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Here’s the only place at CES where your vote really matters

CES is host to two of the most entertaining tech spectacles you’ll ever see. At Last Gadget Standing and Mobile Apps Showdown, the makers of the most cutting-edge gadgets and apps are given a stage, an audience of hundreds, and just 4 minutes to sell their…

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LG’s slick webOS smart platform gets even slicker in 2015

LG unveils webOS 2.0, the next evolution for its extremely intuitive smart TV platform, originally launched at CES 2014. The system adds new features for easier access to content and TV settings, while speeding up boot up time, app loading, and more.

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These ordinary-looking glasses just may be the future of smart eyewear

These may look like ordinary spectacles, but they're actually smart glasses. Called the Jins Meme, they use special electrodes and movement sensors to tell when you're sleepy, or having trouble concentrating.

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4 tech trends we’re going to see blow up at CES 2015

The 2015 CES, the biggest gadget show of the year, is mere weeks away. From wearables to the Internet of Things to smartphone cases galore, here's what we expect to see.

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Sony’s latest concept smart eyewear can be fitted to any glasses, will be demoed at CES

Sony has revealed its SmartEyeglass prototype, which it will show off as a concept device at CES 2015. Rather than a standalone model, SmartEyeglass clips to existing glasses, and Sony plans to put it in production during the next year.

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What the hell are quantum dots, and why do you want them in your next TV?

Sony, LG and TCL have embraced quantum dots as the next evolution of LCD technology. But how do they work, and how do they improve your TV’s picture quality?

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Taste the rainbow: LG will ratchet up color in its 2015 LCDs with quantum dots

LG is the first of the big TV brands to announce it will be packing quantum dot technology into some of its 4K UHD TVs for CES 2015, which should make them brighter, with more vivid colors. Find out more inside.

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Rumor says HTC’s over smartwatches, has plans for a different kind of wearable

According to a new report, HTC will show its first wearable device at CES 2015, but it won't be a smartwatch. Instead, it'll apparently be something different to anything else on sale.

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Forget smart watches and glasses, smart clothing will be the hottest trend of 2015

The holiday season is kicking off, but we could get our first glimpse into next year's big tech trend in January. Smart watches may be the hot topic of 2014, but smart clothing could steal its thunder by next year.

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Huawei’s Ascend P8 could mix metal and ceramic for sleek design

Huawei may release the Ascend P8 sooner than expected, says a new report. The device will have the same premium look and feel as the last model, but feature a larger screen. The phone may launch at CES 2015.

Mobile

Sony's ready for CES 2015, will reveal new hardware on January 5

Sony has confirmed it will holding a press conference on January 5, at next year's CES tech extravaganza. Details haven't been revealed, but if previous years are anything to go by, expect everything from new phones to TVs to be on display.

Mobile

Samsung shelves OLED in favor of Quantum Dot display tech for next-gen televisions

Samsung won't be bringing any OLED TVs to CES 2015, but we may see some new displays using Quantum Dot technology. Will LG follow suit, or will it keep pressing forward with OLED?

Home Theater

Velodyne’s CES 2015 trip to be full of revamps and reveals

In the wake of its trip to CEDIA Expo 2014 in Denver, Velodyne, purveyor of top-shelf audio equipment, announced yesterday that it will "completely revamp" its Impact Series subwoofer with a brand-new design.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End unearths pirate treasure

In "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End," Nathan Drake is back to his globetrotting and artifact-finding ways. This time, he's caught up in a historical conspiracy involving pirate treasure.

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Samsung announces pricing and availability for new NX30, Galaxy Camera 2

Just ahead of CES, Samsung announced the new NX30 mirrorless camera and Galaxy Camera 2 Android-powered point-and-shoot. Both offer feature upgrades, but imaging specs remain relatively the same. We went hands-on with some pre-production units.

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5 PC trends we noticed at CES 2014

CES 2014 may not have centered on PCs, but it remains an important show for the PC industry. What happens at CES often sets the tone for the coming year. Did PC makers come out swinging at this year's show, or are they still baffled by the popularity of…

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Netatmo June looks like a stylish bracelet, but will warn you of sunburn

The Netatmo June stood out in the sea of health and fitness related wrist bands at CES 2014, as it not only measures your exposure to the sun instead of calories, but is exclusively aimed at women rather than men.

Mobile

From watches to consoles, Kickstarter gave these little guys a voice at CES 2014

Crowdfunding through services like Kickstarter is having a real impact on the tech world. CES 2014 was packed with new products and fledgling companies that got an early leg up from the crowd.

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Samsung VP Joe Stinziano discusses the company’s Ultra HD game plan at CES 2014

Samsung came to CES 2014 with a wide array of different Ultra HD models, including both curved and flat sets in varying sizes. We spoke with Samsung's Executive Vice President for North America, Joe Stinziano, to get a feel for what the company has in store…

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Want Android to go with your Windows? 3 ways mobile and PC tech merged at CES 2014

The worlds of PC and mobile devices like tablets and smartphones continue to collide, but this year at CES we noticed that they've begun to coexist to a degree never seen before.

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TiVo’s binge-watchers take the world record at CES 2014, then get carted off by EMTs

TiVo's participants in the quest for a binge-viewing Guinness World Record accomplished their goal Friday at CES, after 87 straight hours. The participants were allowed 5-minutes of break time per hour watched, and were monitored by TiVo staff, EMTs, and CES…

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Archos’ E Ink SmartWatch looks like a Pebble with a facelift

Archos has a total of three smartwatches ready for release by the summer, all of which will be compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones. We spent a little time with them at CES.

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Shake, rattle and share: Lenovo Horizon 2 PC makes content sharing easy

The Lenovo Horizon 2 includes a program that, in concert with a free Android app, makes content sharing from your mobile device easy as can be.

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Lenovo X1 Carbon laptop features adaptive Function keys

Think function keys can't command your attention? Think again. Check out Lenovo's adaptive function keys, which they've stuffed into their new X1 Carbon notebook.

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The Muse mind-monitoring headband is a virtual day on the beach

We headed over to InteraXon's inflatable igloo booth to demo the Muse headband - a device designed to read your brainwaves and teach you to fight stress

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ZTE’s modular smartphone project, the Eco-Mobius, still two years away from release

Like Motorola, ZTE is working on a modular smartphone, where we'll be able to swap out components to tailor the device to our needs. Called the Eco-Mobius, it's sadly not going to be on sale just yet though.

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