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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    Snooki, of "Jersey Shore" fame, showed up at CES 2013 to unveil her latest line of audio gear, including a red Bling-Bling Phone.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    The Necomimi Brain Wave Cat Ears actually use your brain waves or facial expressions. Relaxed? The ears will turn down. Feeling interested? They'll pop up.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    Earthquake Sound has a car / golf cart with a built-in bass in the hood. There's room for your clubs in the back.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    CES 2013 opened to 150,000 attendees in Las Vegas on Jan. 8.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    What do African dancers have do to with Hisense's TVs? We're not sure.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    Tap this button on Audi's iPhone app and it will turn on Audi's piloted car. The car then drives to you and picks you up.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    Audi's piloted car. The company got a license from Nevada today to start testing self-driving cars in the state.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    CES 2013 has 3,264 exhibitors spread across 1.9 million square feet of exhibit space.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    The HapiFork pairs with your phone via Bluetooth to tell you about your eating habits. It also vibrates when you are eating too fast.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    Samsung's Tim Baxter presents the company's new OLED 4K TV. He didn't announce its price or when it will be available.
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  • CES 2013: In Photos

    CES 2013: In Photos
    New phones? There aren't a lot of new phone announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Vizio showed two of its phones, which aren't coming to the U.S.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    CES 2013, the annual technology show in Las Vegas, kicked off for press with an ice luge. As they say, what happens at CES, stays at CES -- or spreads at Internet speed.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    You can go to the casino or you can check out Lenovo's Horizon table. The 27-inch table -- in effect a giant tablet -- runs Windows 8 and has Lenovo's own Aura interface. It will be sold this year at a starting price of $1,699.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    Not impressed by Lenovo's 27-inch screen, 3M has an even bigger 84-inch touch screen table that can handle up to 40 simultaneous touches. This one isn't coming out for consumers though; it's meant to be a commercial product.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    CES is going to be all about Ultra HD TVs. LG released its 4K TV, shown here, in 2012.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    Nope, they're not Google's Glass. Vuzix's Smart Glasses M100 have a built-in camera that will let you record video, and a display that shows you Android apps.
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  • The Consumer Electronics Show

    The Consumer Electronics Show
    Combat Creatures' Attacknids took over the floor at CES. The 10-inch-tall robots can fight each other, and probably your cat as well.
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