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Announcement generates concern over net neutrality, level playing field.
NEET showcased a small, practical, and colorful solution to preventing cable spaghetti at CES 2014 Showstoppers. But the smirk-inducing $15 price tag ($30 for one bundled with an Apple Lightning cable) for a silky sleeve with a sewn-in wire might deter the cable clad.
The Core will track everything you do. You know, to "inspire ideas and make recommendations."
Aside from its 77-inch UHD OLED television, LG's biggest reveal at this year's International CES is the new LG G Flex Android smartphone. The huge phablet is distinctive in two ways. First, it's curved. Second, it can be bent back into a flat shape, albeit only temporarily.
Fujifilm's latest waterproof camera adds little over its predecessor.
The company also claims it can get plasma-level picture quality from LEDs.
AIMe robot replaces two hands and a friend to keep shots framed up.
Sleek design and magnetic attachments shine in these nearly identical convertible tablets.
Some companies come to CES to show off their wares; others come looking to get bought.
The forecast for cameras at CES? Plenty of yawns.