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  • News: Justin Bieber, robo-boy, drops in on CES

    Justin Bieber caused a minor scrum on the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday when he stopped by to launch a dancing robot for Vietnamese toy and robotics designer Tosy.

  • News: SOPA fight in 'last rounds,' says senator at CES

    Two lawmakers who are fighting the controversial SOPA and PIPA bills took their case to the world's largest consumer electronics gathering Wednesday.

  • News: New kinds of products hit Verizon's LTE network

    Verizon used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as an opportunity to show off some of the unique applications and products being developed on its LTE network.

  • Opinion: Tablets will Kill Laptops, Say Nearly Half of Americans

    Although super-thin Ultrabook laptops are all the rage at CES this year, the majority of surveyed adults in one poll predict the tablet will ultimately take the place of the laptop altogether.

  • News: LTE explodes at CES

    LTE has exploded at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, where the three top U.S. wireless carriers and dozens of other vendors are showing off how they plan to use the high-speed technology with new smartphones, tablets and even ATM's.

  • News: Plunge your iPhone in water, no case required

    A Utah-based company has developed a way to make iPhones and other gadgets waterproof.

  • News: CES: P2i's Aridion safeguards smartphones against water

    P2i's Aridion technology could save your bacon if you drop your phone down the loo. And we've all done it.

  • News: Nuance unveils Dragon TV

    This week at CES Nuance has announced a product called at Dragon TV, that aims to make controlling your television by voice a part of every digital home.

  • News: OWC Launches Super-Fast Portable Drives

    Portable hard drives are great tools for expanding storage capacity of laptops and mobile devices, or sharing data with others, but you sacrifice speed for portability. Other World Computing (OWC) has a new series of super fast eSATA 6G drives that change all that.

  • News: More Mac, iOS products seize the spotlight

    The search for interesting Mac and iOS gear at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show continues, with a tour of the ShowStoppers event. Similar to Pepcom’s Digital Experience, ShowStoppers is designed to let smaller companies benefit from the large crowd of people in town for CES without having to pay the toll of a big booth on the showfloor proper. Here are just a few of the companies we spoke with.

  • Nuance Dragon Go! available for Android

    Nuance this week at CES announced that its hugely popular Dragon Go! app is available for Android phones and tablets.

  • Opinion: Logitech's Cube is Tiny and Capable

    Logitech demonstrated the Cube, one of its newest mice at CES Showstoppers. The tiny rectangular mouse is about 2 inches long and an inch wide, and besides being super small, it becomes a PowerPoint presenter the second you pick it up -- no flipping through modes.

  • News: Laptops Become Thinner, Lighter, and More Luxurious

    The trend in laptops at CES 2012 is clear: It’s all about thinner and lighter laptops made with premium materials and slick design. Intel’s attempt to brand exceptionally thin and light laptops as “Ultrabooks” has been very successful, with nearly every laptop vendor jumping on board. Even laptops that don’t meet the requirements of Ultrabook branding, such as those using Intel Atom or AMD CPUs like the Asus Eee PC Flare, are slimmer, lighter, and better-looking than the comparable systems of the last few years.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: IDG Daily, Jan. 11

    Coming up today at CES we’re working on an analysis piece on the magic number for Ultrabooks. How much do they need to sell for to be successful? Also celebrities Justin Bieber and rapper Ludacris will be at the show hawking gadgets.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: Enormous iPod dock weighs in at 900 pounds

    Called the iNuke it measures 8 feet by 4 feet by 4 feet and runs on 10,000 watts.

  • News: Third-generation iPad 'spotted at CES'

    A blogger claims to have used the third-generation iPad at the Consumer Electronics Show currently taking place in Las Vegas.

  • Video: Video: CES: Analysts predict the future of technology

    At least one panel discussion here is focused not on what people can buy now, but what they will be able to buy at CES in the future—at least 10 or more years out.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: AR Drone 2 sturdier, records HD video

    The helicopter can be flown by an iOS or Android device and new for this year is the ability to record HD video.

  • Opinion: See, They Told Us So: Sony Confirms No PS4 at E3

    Sony just confirmed we won't see a new PlayStation at CES, at E3, or, I think it's safe to assume, any other point in 2012. That much was never really in doubt, though I'd like to know why some sites think it's cool to just drop-claim things are going to happen (sources, schmorses!).

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: IDG Daily, Jan. 10

    Today at CES we’ll take a closer look at the gadgets and products we saw during Monday’s press conferences. We’ll also hear from Ford about their Evos concept car.



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