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CES 2011

Tablets and E-book Readers

DisplayLink tools up iPad as wireless Windows screen
Dell flashes Streak 10, launches Streak 7
Motorola uncloaks 10.1in Xoom fondleslab
iRiver upgrades Story with hi-res display
RIM reveals 4G PlayBook plans
Toshiba tries again with second gen tablet
Panasonic preps TV accessory tablet
Samsung shows off tablet-cum-netbook convertible
Asus slips out keyboard equipped Android tablet

Gadgets and Home Entertainment

Kingston prototype relieves iPad storage limits
Ford unveils all-leccy Focus for 2012
Samsung launches 'world's slimmest' 3D Blu-ray player
Microsoft Kinect goes gangbusters
Ion readies book scanner for e-book buffs
Sony shows sci-fi style personal 3D viewer
Casio touts 'Bluetooth Low Energy' wristwatch with two-year battery
Nike and TomTom display watch with marathon capabilities
Doctor Who and the Stig become public speakers
Iomega intros auto-backup dock for iGadgets
Samsung launches 'world's first' Android MP3 player
LG white goods get net savvy
LG makes a dash for TV apps
B&W refloats Zeppelin premium speaker
Wireless HD video sticks demoed
Wot? No glasses! Tosh goes 3D crazy

Phones and Apps

Motorola dual-core Android phone to pull off laptop trick?
iConnectivity brings MIDI interfacing to iOS devices
Acer outs low-cost Androids
Dell opts for Android for consumer smartphone
PlayStation phone coming, hints Sony chief
Sony Ericsson lights up Xperia Arc
Windows Phone 7 to get cut'n'paste shortly, says Ballmer
Samsung to bring wireless printing to Android, iOS
Black day for LG's Android range

Photography

Fujifilm focuses on fresh FinePix range
Samsung rolls out 4th gen Wi-Fi camera
Olympus fires off seven shooters
Panasonic readies five 3D camcorders
Casio shows off its camera Tryx

Computers

Intel soups up Wireless Display tech
Fit your old MacBook Air with turbo Flash, bitchslap the new ones
Microsoft invents touch-sensitive mouse
Nvidia to take on Intel with PC-centric ARM chip
Kingston readies 'fastest' USB 3.0 Flash drive yet
Microsoft embraces ARM with Windows 8
Intel touts 'Sandy Bridge' video chops
Netgear integrates HomePlug and Wi-Fi
Lenovo slims down for All-in-One PC

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