CES: Consumer Electronics Show 2013

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Asus has six generations of PadFone devices. If you're unfamiliar with the family, the PadFone devices contain two parts: a smartphone and a tablet shell that the smartphone can slide into to power a full-sized tablet. In this case, Asus shrank the idea to create a PadFone Mini, which consists of a 4-inch smartphone and a 7-inch tablet shell. We like the design, especially Asus' color choices, but I also wasn't so fond of the fact that it adds a bit of bulk to the device. Coming from a Nexus 7,
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Luke Westaway checks out a sphere-shaped metallic hard drive and along with a slew of other new LaCie drives.
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CNET's Rich Brown takes a look at Dacor's Android incorporated luxury oven CES 2014.
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Kazuo Hirai showcases Media Molecule's playful curiosity ethos as that of Sony. Features & Reviews - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespot Gameplay & Guides - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotgameplay Trailers - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespottrailers MLG, NASL & eSports - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotesports Mobile Gaming - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotmobile Like - *******www.facebook****/GameSpot Follow - *******www.twitter****/GameSpot Stream Live - *******twitch.tv/GameSpot *******www.gamespot****
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Sony brings Gaikai streaming to PS4, TV's, and tablets this summer, with a rental or subscription fee. Features & Reviews - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespot Gameplay & Guides - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotgameplay Trailers - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespottrailers MLG, NASL & eSports - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotesports Mobile Gaming - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotmobile Like - *******www.facebook****/GameSpot Follow - *******www.twitter****/GameSpot Stream Live - *******twitch.tv/GameSpot *******www.gamespot****
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Find out what we know about PlayStation Now, the game streaming service announced at Sony’s CES 2014 press conference. Features & Reviews - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespot Gameplay & Guides - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotgameplay Trailers - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespottrailers MLG, NASL & eSports - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotesports Mobile Gaming - *******www.youtube****/user/gamespotmobile Like - *******www.facebook****/GameSpot Follow - *******www.twitter****/GameSpot Stream Live - *******twitch.tv/GameSpot *******www.gamespot****
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Ventev gives you plenty of charging options for when both home and on the road.
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CelebTV It's the Oscars of the tech world, the Consumer Electronics Show, and Michael Bay hit the stage for one memorable performance. Samsung brought out the action-director to discuss the company's new curved HDTV's, but unfortunately the telepromp
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Trane's XL824 Thermostat helps with all your climate control needs for your home.
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Brian Tong and Sharon Vaknin and TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler perform a series of torture tests live on and near the CNET stage, from freezing an iPad Mini in a block of ice to running over an Acer Chromebook with a bus. Plus, Jeff Bakalar visits the High Roller, the largest observation wheel in the world, to see if the iPhone 5S can withstand crushing force inside its drivetrain.
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Sony announces their Playstation Now gaming service, we check out Samsung's bendable TV concept, Panasonic's high-tech hair dryer and another "C-E-Yes or C-E-No!"
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CNET's Donald Bell and Bridget Carey dive into the news getting the most buzz as the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off, including Samsung's bendable TV, 4K resolution screens and the Pebble Steel.
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WSJ Live WSJ's Jason Bellini takes a look at some of the new games at the Consumer Electronics Show this year -- several of which use smartphones to control them.
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The Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 is a product it can do more than a lot of others can. Asus just announced the device during the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, and it's pretty wild. For one, you can switch between running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or Windows 8.1 at the tap of a button. After about 2-3 seconds, the operating system completely switches and you're in a brand new environment. It's pretty amazing, especially considering that the system can run on an Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5 or
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We're here at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show and just spent some time checking out Asus' new family of smartphones, including the new ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5 and ZenFone 6. What we found really surprised us. You see, we weren't really expecting that much from a handset that commands $99 unlocked. But it's actually a really impressive device. The body doesn't feel as rock solid as a premium phone, but then again you're paying just a fraction of the cost. It reminds us a bit of what the Moto G i
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We're really excited by what Asus did with its ZenFone smartphones here at CES 2014. They don't offer the best specs on the planet, but each device is also still super compelling that's to solid design, great color choices and decent components. Take the ZenFone 6, for example, our favorite phone of the bunch that will retail for just $199 without a contract. We had a chance to spend some time with the ZenFone 6 and really loved the huge 6-inch screen - something that's rarely available (if at
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<p>CES 2014 is upon us, and a smartphone powerful enough to run Unreal Engine 4 might be just around the corner! Join Patrick Norton for details from Nvidia's press conference, including the announcement of their new 192-core smartphone/tablet Tegra K1 processor - a mobile chip they say outperforms the Xbox 360 and PS3! </p>
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A French company is showing off a self-driving shuttle bus at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It's the first driverless vehicle commercially available in the U.S. With a top speed of 12 miles an hour, the shuttle is intended for college campuses and airport parking lots. That story and more Moneywatch headlines from Wendy Gillette.
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