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Mobile World Congress is the world's largest mobile phone trade show, held every year in Barcelona. It is the venue for manufacturers like Nokia, HTC, LG, and Samsung to reveal the must-have mobile devices and services of the year.
The holidays are over, and the slew of smartphone debuts at the Consumer Electronics Show have come and gone. It's now safe for retailers and carriers to start dropping prices on 2011 and early 2012 smartphone inventory, and that's great news for those looking for a good deal.
Most people know international recording artist Will.i.am (born William James Adams Jr.) as the producer and front man for The Black Eyed Peas, the Grammy-winning group that has performed at the Super Bowl and sold more than 18 million albums worldwide.
The International Consumer Electronics Show, the giant gadget convention that wrapped up on Friday, has brought some frustrating news for AT&T or Sprint customers who bought a cutting-edge 4G smartphone last year.
Iconic film company Polaroid is determined not to get left behind in an increasingly digital age. A new Android-powered point-and-shoot camera is part of that reinvention.
No American city does unintentional irony quite like Las Vegas. And Las Vegas is always at its most unintentionally ironic during Consumer Electronics Show (CES) week, the January extravaganza that annually draws over 150,000 techno-tourists like myself to the seductively coercive city in the Nevada desert to pay homage to the hottest new electronic products on the planet.
The world's most influential gadget company famously shuns the annual Consumer Electronics Show extravaganza. Apple gives no keynotes, has no flashy booth, launches no products and doesn't officially attend. But as ever, it's the star around which thousands of other companies orbit.
Imagine a future in which icons flash on your car windshield, hologram style, as your car approaches restaurants, stores, historic landmarks or the homes of friends.
Tech expert Mario Armstrong reveals how gadgets and tech can help keep your health in check.
The world's largest consumer electronics show isn't just about splashy TVs, phones and tablets. CES's massive show floor also is home to plenty of less-hyped but quirkier gadgets. Here are eight that got our attention.
CNN's Katie Linendoll reveals new gadgets for parents, including a stroller that breaks down with a touch of a button.
At the gadget industry's annual crystal-ball convention, laptops look more like products of Aston Martin than Fisher-Price.
For David Shafter, it should have been a dream: A crush of excited people swarming his booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show, where his startup is launching its first product.
Stephen Elop gave an impassioned speech on Monday about waging a war to re-enter the United States by establishing a beachhead here.
When it comes to TVs -- often the flashiest, most buzzed-about gadgets at the International Consumer Electronics Show -- it takes several years for reality to catch up to the hype.
HLN's Mario Armstrong is at CES and takes a look at connected devices, some that may even improve your health.
Hundreds of onlookers crowded around a booth inside the cavernous Las Vegas Convention Center, hoisting cameras overhead and straining for a glimpse of the woman with the tiny frame and the big fake eyelashes:
Forget that old-school remote. Samsung's new TVs are controlled by voice, gestures and facial recognition.
Microsoft's final Consumer Electronics Show keynote was short on news but long on flashiness -- complete with a gospel choir, Cookie Monster, Ryan Seacrest and an Auto-Tuned Bill Gates.
Quick, name the last revolutionary consumer electronic device.
The humble thermostat is getting a 21st-century makeover. And so is the boombox, thanks to a son of the late reggae legend Bob Marley.
On this week's Tech Check podcast, Doug Gross, Brandon Griggs and Mark Milian predict the biggest tech trends that will emerge from next week's Consumer Electronics Show.
Like a stereotypical beauty pageant, it looks like thin will be in at the world's largest annual gadget convention next week in Las Vegas.
3-D television was heralded as the breakthrough technology of the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Hot on the heels of James Cameron's eye-opening Avatar, 3-D HDTVs were everywhere on the show floor.
Korean electronics company LG caused a worldwide stir when it announced its 55-inch OLED panel last week, and now the company has rolled out two more pictures that show you what kind of remarkable TV set this is going to be.
One of the tech industry's biggest annual rituals, the January Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is losing an iconic headliner. Microsoft has decided to pull out of the show, starting next year.
My heels are bleeding, I haven't eaten a real meal in four days, and I can't fit all my swag in my suitcase -- but such is a typical end to the Consumer Electronics Show.
A dual-core smartphone that also docks as a laptop is one of Motorola's biggest show stoppers at CES 2011.
After tapping dozens of greasy touchscreens, getting our ears pinched by 3-D glasses and braving crowds that would make a penguin claustrophobic, we members of the tech media said goodbye Sunday to the Consumer Electronics Show.
The world's largest video game companies weren't about to miss an opportunity to get their consoles and hand-helds in front of a cutting-edge audience.
Two wheels, battery operated and sometimes driverless, the GM EN-V rolled its wheels at CES 2011. CNN.com took a ride.
A laptop with two touch-screens in lieu of a keyboard, tablets running an unfinished version of Google's Android, 3-D TV sets that don't require glasses.
Tech toys are great inside, but what about outside? CNN tracks down some tough toys at CES 2011.
Louis Rousseau shot his family Christmas in three dimensions -- his relatives jutting out of the digital videos when viewed on a special TV with special glasses.
It's not just t-t-t-telephones for Lady Gaga.
If so-called "smart TVs" are so clever, why do we feel so dense when trying to compare them?
For all the anticipation orbiting around Verizon's keynote, the hourlong presentation turned out to be nothing more than stargazing.
Touch-screen tablets are poised to flood the market soon.
CNN's Dan Simon visits Las Vegas to preview what new gadgets are going to make waves at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Only in the fickle world of technology can a company with a market value of $200 billion and nearly 20% sales growth be considered yesterday's news.
At CES 2011, appliances are getting the hook-up. CNN gives you a look at some household products that are newly online.
Phones are "smart." So are TVs.
CNN's Dan Simon takes a look at some of the most popular items at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
The tech-industry hype last year was that TV sets were becoming thinner than ever -- with some particularly anorexic models getting down to just millimeters in width.
Google doesn't have a booth at the Consumer Electronics Show, but the company's Android software is practically everywhere.
Google showed off a preview of its hotly awaited, tablet-optimized Android 3.0 -- nicknamed Honeycomb -- in a demo on Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show.
We're not sure if actor-author-comedian-musician Steve Martin is really at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, but if his tweets about CES are all this funny it doesn't matter.
Patrick Miller loves the idea of three-dimensional images jumping out of his living room TV, wowing his family and friends.
CNET editor at large Brian Cooley predicts all your music, movies, maps will all move off your gadgets and onto the web.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced plans to redefine television as a medium that viewers can control by waving their hands and talking rather than clicking on remotes.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's CES kick-off speech unveiled new sales stats on the company's big holiday hit: its Kinect motion-sensor gaming platform, which sold 8 million units in its first 60 days.
If you thought Apple would be absent from the news during CES (which it traditionally doesn't attend), you were wrong.
AT&T, which has been late to the 4G race, announced detailed plans for its faster, fourth-generation network on Wednesday while showing its first 4G smartphones.
Before CES 2011 begins, start-up inventors are already showing off their newest gadgets at the 2011 CES Start-up Debut.
Some call the Consumer Electronics Show "Christmas for geeks."
The Consumer Electronics Show gives a glimpse into the tech trends and gadgets that will be released later this year.
For gearheads, the holiday celebrations don't end after Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year's. Many new tech toys are unwrapped not just in December but in early January, at a not-so-little event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The long-promised and never delivered concept of bringing the Internet to the living room is finally here.
In 2010, we saw social networking skyrocket in popularity. We embraced a new category of tablet computer. And we rushed to new gaming systems that let us play video games without a controller.
We won't be seeing too many Google TV-powered devices at the next CES, which takes place in Las Vegas in January, because Google needs more time to work on the software, reports the New York Times citing unnamed sources.
Word on the street is that Microsoft plans to announce a Windows-powered iPad contender at next month's Consumer Electronics Show.
The Verizon iPhone rumors have been ongoing for years -- but this time, the timing is perfect and has all the makings of the real deal.
While PC makers are running full-speed to chase the iPad's success, it's notable that just as quickly they've stopped talking about Netbooks.
The Boxee Box, a cubelike device that shares Internet content with your TV, won the annual "Last Gadget Standing" competition Saturday at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
The first generation of electronic readers had little more than black-and-white text. The second generation had black-and-white text, simple graphics and Web connectivity.
HLN's Joe Carter reports on the hottest e-readers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Gone are the days, it seems, when executives can comfortably lounge poolside, expensing meetings and meals along with margaritas and massages.
There are probably a lot of different ways to measure how the deepening recession has impacted the Consumer Electronics Show, but in Sin City, it stands to reason that one of the best is how much business the local strip clubs are getting.
CNN.com's Nicole Lapin takes us on a tour of CES 2009, showing off the latest and greatest gadgets.
Every year, the International Consumer Electronics Show yields dozens of exciting, useful and just plain silly high-tech gadgets. Sometimes they're even useful and silly at the same time, like a wristwatch cell phone.
Apparently it takes a big bad recession to revolutionize the tiny little projector.
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