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Editor’s Pick CES is a pain in the ass, but don’t write it off completely. It’s still an incredibly important trade show for the electronics industry, and this year it reveals some new startup opportunities.
At CES today, One Laptop Per Child unveiled a revitalized line of gadgets for learning, including an education-specific tablet.
If Steve Ballmer’s cameo during Qualcomm’s CES keynote didn’t make it clear enough, the chip company has a very intimate relationship with Microsoft.
Electronic toys are hot at CES — including this reptilian robot built from bricks.
The company behind the “Facebook phone” now wants to deliver news to you.
The company’s Seven series of gaming headsets is aimed a cross-platform players.
It’s going to be heavy, but this 20-inch tablet will also look beautiful.
The Japanese electronics giant wants to help manage your content, in addition to selling you hardware.
Copper piping and 22 fans give this computer the advantage with cooling.
Intel-funded startup Telibrahma uses image recognition technology to deliver augmented reality ads to your smartphone via your TV.
Cameras mounted in cars are getting cheaper thanks to Ambarella
Broadcom’s new home gateway chips will transfer 4K video efficiently across the network and the home.
These new video chips can capture 4K Ultra HD video at a rate of 30 frames per second.
With its new Watch Together feature ooVoo aims to show Google how to do group video watching right.
Automated video editing application Magisto has updated its feature set to add group albums that can be accessed by many people and smarter editing of your personal moments.
It wasn’t too long into Qualcomm’s CES keynote before Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer jumped on the stage, injecting a dose of much-needed energy.
After skating into our hearts at the DEMO conference this spring, the electric skateboard Zboard has also conquered CES.
Sony said today it will launch several new 4K Ultra HD televisions. It will also start filling out the ecosystem to support the switch to a new line of brighter and crisper displays.
Three times tougher than Gorilla Glass 2, the new version will show fewer scratches and be less likely to shatter than other types of glass.
Sony announced its new Xperia Z smartphone today in its latest attempt to make headway against Apple and Samsung in the mobile business.
Huawei’s Ascend Mate has a 6.1-inch display, making it one of the largest smartphones ever.
Samsung showed off lots of fresh new gadgets today at CES, including smart TVs, sleek laptops, Wi-fi-enabled cameras, and an absurd connected refrigerator.
Intel hit CES with a number of big announcements, including a new partnership with Comcast that wasn’t everything people expected.
The Ford Developer Program, announced today at CES 2013, specifically aims to create apps that will utilize the Sync system and Ford’s AppLink API.
Cisco’s mission is to unfiy video management for big service providers.
Samsung has unveiled a series of feature-filled smart televisions with voice controls, a 110-inch Ultra HD 4K set, and a powerful 55-inch OLED TV.
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Intel is accelerating the launch of a chip that will make the PC more competitive against rival makers of tablet and smartphone chips.
Intel shows progress in the strategically important mobile chips market.
Fujifilm showed off its old-school Instax Mini 8 and the powerful new X100S and X20 cameras today at CES.
Vizio is making a splash with tablets at this year’s CES.
You can use it to customize the touch feedback from the keyboard.
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Netgear’s new video box gives you full access to entertainment and apps on your TV.
Gary Shapiro says CES will be huge and full of ninja innovators.
WIth its two newest 3D printers, 3D Systems is pushing 3D printing technology a bit further.
Sharp showed off its latest TV and display products today at CES 2013, but if this is the best it can do, the company is in trouble.