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Success at CES doesn’t always work out

The annual CES trade show always brings a host of allegedly world-changing products, but if history is any indication, many of them will never be seen again.

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Everybody Poops with their iPad – The iPotty gets kids started early

The iPotty trains kids to use the toilet and to play around on the iPad while they do so. Is this the best message to send?

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Why you should wait for the Galaxy S4

We’ve seen a wave of Android smartphones sporting 5-inch 1080p displays, quad-core processors, and 13-megapixel cameras unveiled at CES 2013, but you should probably wait for the Galaxy S4.

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Forget CES, MWC 2013 is where we’ll see some new phones

As CES 2013 draws to a close, it's clear many of the biggest names in mobile technology have chosen to wait for February's Mobile World Congress to reveal their latest products. But why this year?

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Rob Enderle’s CES wrapup: So much awesome stuff, so little availability

This year’s CES brought an unexpected bevvy of exciting hardware, including these gadgets Rob Enderle can’t wait to pry out his wallet for.

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Best of CES 2013: Gaming

This year was a surprisingly impressive one for gaming at CES. Here’s a look at our favorites of the show.

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How long until China produces the next Samsung?

The Chinese pulled out their heavy guns for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, with bigger booths, and tons of high-end gadgets. But do any of these brands have a chance at becoming the next Samsung? The answer might surprise you.

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Meet the poor (like, broke) man’s Google Glass: the Vuzix M100

When Google first premiered Project Glass last year, it inarguably struck a chord. The augmented reality device is but-yet a prototype, only making it into the hands of developers and a handful of elite “beta testers” (looking at you, Diane Von…

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The revolution will be 3D printed: Makerbot brings its latest machine, the Replicator 2X, to CES

Makerbot is the face of the emerging 3D printing market. At CES it introduced us to its latest machine, the Replicator X2, and revealed it was releasing its Thingiverse API so developers can create apps to help us create products. It's very meta, and very…

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Archos aims to please everyone, offers 4 screen sizes in new Android tablets

Archos has released a range of new Android tablets under the name Titanium, all with different screen sizes, running right up to an iPad-challenging HD model.

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Samsung stuns with 8-core Exynos 5 Octa processor, the heart of its future flagship mobile devices

Samsung has announced the Exynos 5 Octa processor at CES 2013, an eight-core chip built using ARM's interesting big.LITTLE concept for improved power and lower energy consumption.

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