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CES 2011 Countdown: Follow Androinica.com for all your news

January 3, 2011 | by Andrew Kameka

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CES 2011, here we come! I’m packing my bag right now for my flight to Las Vegas, where Sin City will host thousands of journalists and bloggers for the biggest tech event of the year. By this time tomorrow, you’ll most likely be reading my first Android-related post from CES.

Of course, you don’t need to be a blogger or journalist to realize that Android will play a large role at CES – even bigger than it did last year. We’re expecting countless new phones, tablets, accessories, and apps to make this the busiest CES since Android debuted in 2011.

Here’s how you can keep-up with everything happening this week. The big news from announcements and hands-on videos will appear on Androinica.com as to be expected. But you can also get real-time information and additional content by subscribing to Androinica.com’s online presence.

Twitter - I’ll be live-tweeting certain press conferences on Press Day. Be sure to follow @androinica to know when products will be released and get a sense of what’s it link to squeeze into a tiny room in hopes of seeing cool products. Mention @androinica during the conferences and I’ll do my best to answer your questions.

Facebook – My new Pentax K-X will be on overdrive this weekend, and I’ve got to post the photos somewhere. Become a fan of the Androinica.com Facebook Fan Page and you’ll see galleries of new products. Why not go on flickr? Because I’m a terrible photographer and it’s easier for me to manage FB anyway.

YouTube - There will also be plenty of videos. YouTube.com/Androinica will host all of the hands-on videos of new phones, product demo’s of new tablets, and random shots of the hectic atmosphere at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Don’t forget to comeback to Androinica for additional comments!

Tumblr - If you’re looking for something less Android-focused, our Tumblr page is the place. Here, I’ll make additional comments on stories, provide some behind-the-scenes commentary, and make posts that are longer than tweets but not worthy of a full post.

RSS - subscribe to our RSS Article Feed and be prepared for a storm of posts from the Androinica.com staff. The madness begins tomorrow and runs until Saturday afternoon, so rest up.