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At CES, the 4K TV sets arrive: Boom ... or bust?

Vegas Area Brothel Says Its Business Spikes 75% During CES

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The Consumer Electronics Show starts this week in Las Vegas. It's going to bring a lot of business to the area - including some of Nevada's legal brothels. One of them, called Sheri's Playground, emailed us to say that it looks forward to the show every year because CES brings...
Vegas Area Brothel Says Its Business Spikes 75% During CES

CES 2013: the first day's highlights - video

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Representatives from more than 3,000 companies attend the start of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas...
CES 2013: the first day's highlights - video

Qualcomm Raises Bar in Mobile Chips, As Does Nvidia

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Not that long ago announcements of new chips for personal computers caused a buzz. Now the interest is shifting to mobile processors, with Qualcomm and Nvidia each staking claims at the Consumer Electronics Show for the most dramatic technology advances....
Qualcomm Raises Bar in Mobile Chips, As Does Nvidia
Nvidia's Project Shield: Hands-on demo with the hot portable gaming system of CES (video)
Packing up for CES 2013: Here's what we're looking forward to
Broadcom unveils first Ultra HD TV home gateway chip
Audience's super-smart audio chips promise far better sound quality for cell phones

Get Ready For The Madness: Next Month's Schedule of New Mobile Device Announcements

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During any given year, new mobile devices are announced and released like clockwork. The Consumer Electronics Show, Mobile World Congress and other large conference herald the first round. The second round comes as the holiday shopping season approaches. Spurred by Apple's expected announcement of the new iPhone on Sept. 12,...
Get Ready For The Madness: Next Month's Schedule of New Mobile Device Announcements
T-Mobile's CEO trashes AT&T's 'crap' service, analyzes mobile porn consumption

Panasonic's TVs Can Recognize a Face

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Panasonic's new product introductions at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas touch on what is becoming a common theme - that is, making your TV do the work of finding shows you want to watch. Higher-end Panasonic TVs will use face recognition to determine whose preferences to display....
Panasonic's TVs Can Recognize a Face

Lexus show off road-aware safety research prototype

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Automaker Lexus demoed its autonomous driving vehicle at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, a car designed to sense what's going on around it. [Read more]...
Lexus show off road-aware safety research prototype
Amazon launches Vegas trade show for AWS developers, users
Simple.TV's unique DVR is a cord-cutter's dream (but isn't for everyone)

Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

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Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance. This will be the first...
Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft
Details of Google’s Nexus Tablet start appearing
Mozilla says Microsoft won't allow rival browsers on ARM Windows desktop

Mobile health in 2013: from the gym to the doctor's office

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Thanks to a boom in digital health, the smartphone has assumed the role of everything from an ever-present fitness coach to FDA-approved heart monitor. And, as consumers move to mobile platforms, surveys show that more people are not only turning to their mobile devices for health information, they’re quickly imbuing the new technology...
Mobile health in 2013: from the gym to the doctor's office

Corning announces Gorilla Glass 3 ahead of CES 2013, touting 40 percent visible scratch reduction

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Apple CEO Tim Cook likes to tout that the glass on Apple’s iOS devices is made by Corning in Kentucky. Ahead of CES 2013 taking place in Las Vegas next week, the folks at Corning have unveiled Gorilla Glass 3, a new glass composition aimed at next-gen smartphones and tablets....
Corning announces Gorilla Glass 3 ahead of CES 2013, touting 40 percent visible scratch reduction
Verizon prepared follow T-Mobile's lead if ending phone subsidies proves profitable
LG lets you control your TV with a single finger gesture

Samsung confirms next Galaxy Note will be unveiled August 29 in Germany

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Thursday saw plenty of speculation about exactly what Samsung is launching at the media event it has arranged for German consumer electronics show IFA, and now the company has come clean and confirmed it will unveil the next version of the Galaxy Note ‘phablet’ on August 29 at the event....
Samsung confirms next Galaxy Note will be unveiled August 29 in Germany
Incredible photos from the CES vault: 1967 to 2012

Qualcomm wants you to say its name

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The chip maker got out of the consumer device business long ago. It's now realizing that it can no longer afford to take a back seat, even if it doesn't sell directly to mobile users. FORTUNE -- Anyone who witnessed Qualcomm's opening keynote at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las...
Qualcomm wants you to say its name

Today's Scuttlebot: Steve Ballmer's N.B.A. Plans and Why the C.E.S. Matters

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Wednesday, selections include an item on a plan to rejuvenate the Seattle Sonics, a joke invoving the driverless car, a North Korean student computer lab and why the Consumer Electronics Show...
Today's Scuttlebot: Steve Ballmer's N.B.A. Plans and Why the C.E.S. Matters

Rory Carroll reports from CES 2013 in Las Vegas

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This week Charles Arthur meets John Collison, co-founder of Stripe, the US-based online payment system that's taking on the might of Paypal.Also Rory Carroll reports from this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where he's encountered mind-controlled toy helicopters and smart forks alongside the launch of HD televisions and...
Rory Carroll reports from CES 2013 in Las Vegas

10 Things I Love And Hate About The New Nokia Lumia 900 (NOK, MSFT, T)

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I really wanted to like the Nokia Lumia 900.  Unfortunately, Nokia and Microsoft's partnership resulted in just a mediocre device. (You can read my full, detailed review of the Nokia Lumia 900 right here.) But it's not totally bad. While the phone is far from perfect, there's still a...
10 Things I Love And Hate About The New Nokia Lumia 900 (NOK, MSFT, T)

CES 2013 day 4: Samsung's bendy phone screen, Android oven, and more

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Our rapid roundup of the other things happening on the showfloor as reported elsewhere, as the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas begins to wind downDay 4 of CES always sees the journalists and exhibitors all getting a bit battle-weary. The big keynotes are done, the big themes will have...
CES 2013 day 4: Samsung's bendy phone screen, Android oven, and more

Verizon Announces $10M In 'Powerful Answers' Awards For Health Care, Education, And Sustainability

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The main theme in Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam’s keynote speech this afternoon at the Consumer Electronics Show were the big challenges facing different industries and society as a whole, and the ways that Verizon technology is helping. At one point, for example, he declared, “4g LTE proves the case that...
Verizon Announces $10M In 'Powerful Answers' Awards For Health Care, Education, And Sustainability

Engadget's CES 2013 Preview: Smartphones

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With CES looming like an electrically charged storm of news and announcements, it's time for us to give you our best bets on what you'll see come January. During the month of December, we'll bring you a series of CES preview posts, forecasting what you can expect when the...
Engadget's CES 2013 Preview: Smartphones
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