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  • News: Blue aims for foolproof podcast audio with Nessie

    Getting sound into a computer is tricky and making things sound good is really hard. Neither of those things used to matter much if you weren't a professional musician or broadcaster, but these days you can't spit without hitting someone with their own podcast (that or making the rounds as a podcast guest). Between podcasts, Skype, and videoconferencing, dedicated microphones are relevant to far more people than ever before.

  • Opinion: No, you don't need new glasses, those are curved TVs

    No matter how many times you rub your eyes, those things won't look straight. These concave OLED beauties are easy on the eyes, but heavy on the wallet.

  • Opinion: Smart fork says stop eating so fast

    Hey, stop eating.

  • Opinion: Old console becomes new gadget

    Are you the type that thinks video games were so much better back in the simpler times, before 3D graphics and realistic settings? Perhaps you're a fan of the Super Nintendo? Hyperkin would like to speak with you.

  • Opinion: Nighty-nighty goes high-tech with VTech's baby monitors

    I confess to having had a very strained relationship with baby monitors when my daughter was just an infant. They would crackle at her every stirring, and I would tense up, preparing for the crying fit that was sure to come.

  • News: Day Three wrap-up: Displair, wireless charging in cars, and lifestyle tech

    It's the third day of CES, and everything's starting to wind down. Most of the companies made their big announcements earlier in the show, so we took a look at some of the smaller--but still awesome--products.

  • News: CES 2013: Amazing spectacles and awkward moments

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  • CES 2013: 4K Ultra HD TVs in pictures

    Think your new HD TV is the bees knees? Think again. Ultra HD - 4K - will be the new standard and has four times the resolution. We round up the best of the 4K TVs at CES 2013 in pictures

  • News: Audi's car parks itself, takes baby steps toward vehicle automation

    Wouldn't it be nice if your car could valet itself? That's right--imagine driving up to a hotel or restaurant, getting out of your car, and pressing a button. Your car would roll up its windows and drive off to find an available parking spot and park itself. Then, when you needed your car again, you could just press another button and it would leave its parking space and drive to where you are.

  • News: CES '13: IBM wants to connect your whole house to its cloud

    A big theme at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been the connected home. There are televisions connected to the cloud; refrigerators connected to the Internet; heating, lighting and security systems connected to sensors and monitors. And IBM wants all of those devices to be connected to its cloud.

  • News: HomePlug moving beyond adapters to built-in networking

    HomePlug networks that use the electrical wires in your home to transfer data are distributed by some of the world's biggest broadband providers and available at major retail stores, but even HomePlug's cheerleader in chief calls it a "niche" technology, at least compared to Wi-Fi.

  • News: 10 things seen and heard at CES

    The latest TVs and tablets are only part of the fun that International CES has to offer. This is about the biggest tech trade show in the world, after all, with thousands of vendors falling over each other to get noticed. Live demos go wrong, marketing tricks backfire and the antics on the show floor can take your breath away. Here are 10 things that caught our eye at CES this week that didn't necessarily make the headlines.

  • News: The CES International Pavilion: Weird, prosaic, wonderful . . .

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  • News: Hottest Android news & rumors for the week ending Jan. 11, CES-style

    ZTE and Huawei took home most of the device-related headlines from this year's International CES in Las Vegas, which didn't exactly provide an earthshaking amount of Android news for a show of its size. Nevertheless, the companies both demonstrated strong new offerings, and other players, including Samsung and Sony, made their own hardware-related waves.

  • News: Sharp's HD touchscreen offers pen-like sensing

    Japan's Sharp has developed a high-definition touchscreen that can be used with a stylus that resembles a conventional pen.

  • News: GoPro, iON cameras turn your life into a movie

    Point-of-view camera makers iON and GoPro hawked new devices at the International CES, in the wake of explosive growth in the market in recent years.

  • News: RIM at CES: 5 things to know about BlackBerry 10

    Research in Motion is at CES this week talking up BlackBerry 10, the company's smartphone refresh set to debut January 30. Despite five years of floundering behind Apple's iPhone and Google Android devices, RIM is generating interest in BlackBerry 10 with a slick, touch-centric smartphone OS with interesting features such as an adaptive keyboard and WebOS-like interface.

  • News: CES 2013: OLED TV roundup

    4K TVs have dominated CES this year, but OLED isn’t far behind. Just about every manufacturer had something to show off, including Sony, Panasonic, Samsung and LG

  • Buying Advice: What is an OLED TV?

    OLED is the future for TVs. It’s still early days, but here’s everything you need to know about how it works, why it’s better, who’s making and selling OLED TVs and more.

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