CES 2009 – Day two review

With the first day of CES focusing on about computing, the second day saw the biggest names in tech club together to show us the future of TV.There we

With the first day of CES focusing on about computing, the second day saw the biggest names in tech club together to show us the future of TV.

There were internet-connected Sony Bravias like the XBR9, HD-streaming Panasonic plasmas, a touchscreen TV from LG and a 3D TV from Sony, which you can see in our hands-on video.

Tellies weren't the only thing embracing touch either – Microsoft showed off the finger-friendly capabilities of Windows 7 (which is available in beta from Friday 9 January) and Sony brandished its first touchscreen Walkman, which you can see in our exclusive hands-on video.

Elsewhere, Casio delighted in showing us the brilliantly cheesy possibilties of meshing still photos with video using its Dynamic Photo tech, and LG served the geekiest moment of CES so far – a peek at its 3G wrist-phone.

We'll be bringing you all the latest news from Vegas through the night, so make sure you keep it locked to our live CES blog (or at least set your alarm early tomorrow).

Other stories from our live CES blog:

Cisco takes on Sonos

Toshiba shows off Cell TV box

Torrent movies direct to your TV

Netgear turns 3G dongle into portable Wi-Fi hotspot