The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is about to get underway.
It kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 7 and will run through Jan. 10.
TheStreet's tech columnist, Eric Jhonsa, wrote about his expectations for CES over on Real Money.
Jhonsa joined TheStreet's Katherine Ross to explain why investors should pay attention to CES and what to watch for.
He also pointed out that CES is often jokingly referred to as the car electronics show since automakers and suppliers "have long had an outsized presence" at CES.
And, of course, Jhonsa has his eyes peeled for Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report and Google (GOOGL) - Get Report. He noted that "both went the extra mile to promote their voice assistant platforms at CES last year, and (with the help of various chip and hardware partners) it looks like they'll be at it again this year. A few new voice assistant features and partnerships could be announced along the way."
Watch the video above for more on what to expect from CES 2020.
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