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MSI unveils pair of Android and Windows “WindPad” tablets

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The 10.1" tablets both boast 10-point multitouch screens as opposed to the usual two-point, are only half and inch thick at their thinnest point, get eight to 10 hours of battery life and have an assortment of I/O ports, including USB and HDMI.

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LG Optimus Black is slimmer than all: even iPhone 4

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The technology pendulum never stops swinging. There was a time when the race was on to make the smallest phones possible and then manufacturers went off Atkins and they all blew up into today’s smartphones. LG is swinging back the other way with their latest and thinnest: the Optimus Black.

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Android-powered Recon goggles make snowboarding digital

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Don’t you hate it when you’re out snowboarding and it isn’t at all like playing a video game? All that hard work and none of the data like speed, altitude or temperature flashing in front of your face. Well, pick up your thermal socks because Recon Instruments has announced their next generation technology at CES 2011!

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is a push for better smartphone photography

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Though it's only got one lens, no projector and isn't an all-around mind-blow like some of Sony's other announcements at this year's CES, their cellphone division is following the lead and pushing the envelope of just what in-phone cameras are capable of.

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Motorola debuts Droid Bionic for Verizon and Cliq 2 for T-Mobile

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Hot on the heels of the announcement of Motorola’s PC-Smartphone hybrid Atrix for AT&T yesterday, the manufacturer has two other smartphones on show at CES, but this time for Verizon and T-Mobile.

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3M’s MP180 sets a new standard for pico pocket projectors

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Built for business professionals and "mobile road warriors," its SVGA resolution will make your presentations look better, even in brighter settings. And it won't die on the third slide of your powerpoint: It's good to go for two hours on battery.

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BlackBerry superphone plans still distant

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Lazaridis says they're aware that they don't have the high-end multimedia superphones on the market to directly compete with the iPhone or the Galaxy S, but is in no rush to change that until such things as dual-core processors and 4G networks align themselves to RIM plans.

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OtterBox Reflex series smartphone cases built to take one for the team

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Inspired by the crumple zone of a car, OtterBox's new Reflex series iPhone 4 and BlackBerry Curve cases use polycarbonate and TPE rubber and air to keep your phone safe, even in (or falling from) the hands of the worst of butterfingers.

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iTwin ships $99 encrypted remote file access USB stick

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iTwin announced their Remote File Access device was shipping at CES 2011 today and it’s got us thinking about their future potential. The device works pretty simply, it’s got two identical halves with their own USB 2.0 interfaces.

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SanDisk the enabler: 100MBps 128GB CompactFlash cards

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Which means it may not be the fastest or the highest in capacity alone, but it's the best combination of the two so far. With a 100MB per second writing speed, you won't have to wait long to fill up the 128GB of storage with full-HD video or burst sequences from your 21MP DSLR.

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Super sleek Casio TRYX camera unveiled at CES, does slow-mo @ 240fps

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Casio’s new TRYX camera has been launched at CES and oh boy is she ever pretty. With so many point and shoots on the market they all tend to converge into one dog pile, but TRYX is the kind of camera you’d bring home to mom but wouldn’t let her touch.

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Sony brings 3D bloggie video camera and HD HandyCam with built-in projector to the masses

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Sony is going all-out at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, revamping their cameras and camcorders with 3D, HD, HD3D, built-in projectors – basically everything you would expect if R2D2 shagged with your Flip and made benderesque little camcorder babies.

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Samsung’s hybrid Sliding PC 7 Series tablet/notebook thingy

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Another day at CES, another tablet PC notebook hybrid, this time from Samsung. But seriously, it brings me comfort to see the number of major PC manufacturers revealing some very innovative features around tablets.

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Hands On: Lenovo’s laptop arcade dock money cant buy

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What's your idea of fun? That's the question that Lenovo put out to the modding community and the response from Dean Liou of Envador.com is easily one of the coolest. On display at CES 2011, Liou's creation is a mini arcade cabinet that is really "just" a laptop dock.

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Casio prototype Bluetooth watch pushes phone information onto your wrist

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So we’ve seen a few attempts to meld cell phones and watches in recent years and usually the result is expensive, clunky and never really takes off. But engineers at Casio are taking the iterative approach with a new prototype.

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