The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
Highlights from The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which ran from Jan. 6 through Jan. 9.
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Darth Vader, Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, and more from the show.
A GPS-enabled watch, an iPhone dock that saves data, and more
Hiawatha Bray reports from the 2011 gadget show in Las Vegas.
Breaking technology news
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A look at interesting products unveiled at the 2010 show.
Images from the floor of last year's gadget show.
Greater Boston isn't exactly a center for consumer electronics gear, but a few local companies made their presence felt at the show. (By Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe)
The Consumer Electronics Association is reporting that more than 140,000 people attended CES last week. The group had expected roughly 126,000.
The first portable devices announced for Verizon Wireless' new, high-speed wireless data network are a smart phone and a tablet from Motorola.
Sprint Nextel Corp. will offer a version of BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion Ltd.'s PlayBook tablet that runs on Sprint's next-generation network.
AT&T Inc. will start selling the previous-generation iPhone -- the 3GS -- for $49 starting Friday to customers who buy the smartphone with a two-year plan.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, tech product makers are demonstrating ways to beam digital entertainment into our TV sets without the use of wires.
Microsoft confirmed Wednesday that it is developing a version of its main Windows operating system that will run on cell phone chips, providing an alternative for the first time to the chips based on Intel technology.