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Topic: CES

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January 14, 2013 at 11:02 AM

CES: A few gadgets that caught my eye

(From Saturday’s personal technology section …) LAS VEGAS — Picking favorites is hard when there are thousands of new products being unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show, but here are a few that caught my eye. Samsung Ultra High Definition TV: It’s time to start building an addition on your home if you want one of Samsung’s…


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January 14, 2013 at 9:10 AM

CES photos: Boomboxes galore

LAS VEGAS — If the Kirkland-based Bluetooth trade group made a dime for every Bluetooth device shown at CES last week, the group could buy itself a skyscraper and a 787. Everywhere you looked were Bluetooth accessories, especially boomboxes that stream music from phones and PCs. Here’s a sample of the boomboxes I saw on the floor,…


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January 17, 2012 at 10:34 AM

CES 2012: Powering gadgets with body heat

LAS VEGAS — Some companies spend millions building huge booths and producing glitzy stage shows for the Consumer Electronics Show. Perpetua, a little energy-device company in Corvallis, Ore., sent Jerry Wiant with a laptop and a few gadgets to set on a table. That’s all it took to hook me, though. Wiant’s demonstration of “energy harvesting” gizmos…


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January 10, 2011 at 10:25 AM

CES: Next Windows tablets aimed at Android more than iPad?

(Today’s column from CES, on Microsoft’s Windows and tablet news …) LAS VEGAS — Here at the Consumer Electronics Show, you can see every TV set, iPhone accessory and cellphone ever imagined. There are thousands of products in more than a million square feet of exhibition space, packed with more than 140,000 people. But what’s really hard to…


Comments | Topics: Android, CES, Google

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