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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.
Microsoft has sold 60 million Windows 8 licenses.
The bigger brother to MakerBot's Replicator 2 is all about inconsistency and experimentation.
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
Marvell's ARM-based Armada chips are used in the Lenovo TV and the Netgear NeoTV Prime with Google TV.
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.