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CES 2010 Didn't get to this year's Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show? Here are the key stories.

CES on Video

Latest Asus Eee Keyboard desktop demo'd
Demo'd: how to turn an iPhone into a universal remote
Plastic Logic shows executive e-book reader
Beamz shines light on laser-strummed musical instrument
Kodak intros 3D remote
Google Nexus One caught on camera
Parrot flies in iPhone-controlled chopper
Motorola's latest Android 'andset demo'd
Boxee shows telly-ready media playback box
Lenovo demos mini laptop with slip-out screen

Smartphones

Palm Pre lands in France
Palm fishes for devs with $1m lure
Qualcomm talks up Snapdragon roadmap
Palm re-models Pre and Pixi phones
Windows Mobile 7.0 due on LG phones this year
Ion add-on to equip iPhone with full Qwerty keyboard

PCs

Lenovo predicts three-year boost from Windows 7
Intel reinvents software sales with AppUp Center
LG preps 17mm-skinny HD netbook
Toshiba updates snazzy netbooks with latest Atom tech
MSI's Pine Trail netbook: 'Do you think I'm sexy?'

E-book Readers and Tablets

Plastic Logic unveils executive e-book reader
Dell chalks up tablet PC
Samsung e-book reader range doubles in a day
Ballmer preempts Jobs with tablet/slate trio
Samsung shows off e-book readers you can doodle on
Sony readies family-friendly internet access gadget

Audio

B&W ships cut-down Zeppelin iPod speaker
Tip'n'tilt control portable internet radio launches
Samsung's translucent OLED finds home in MP3 player
Pioneer puts Pandora Radio in your car

TV and Imaging

Ion handycam is back to front (and back again)
Pico projectors go large in 2010
Sony punts pair of trendoid cameras
LG heralds 'first' single-lens 3D projector
Toshiba preps 3D BD player for Q3 release
LaCie launches compact telly-ready hard drive
Toshiba unwraps Cell TV
Slingbox touts one TV remote to rule them all

Odds'n'sods

SuperSpeed USB roll-out raises steam
The charge of the alternative gadget chargers
Samsung revamps external HDDs
Casio turns photos into watercolours
Casio goes superfast with compact megazoom
Sony shows own-brand SD memory cards
Logitech aids laptop movie lovers with audio upgrade
Cisco trials consumer video call gear

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