The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show
Highlights from The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which ran from Jan. 10 through Jan. 13.
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As Karmaloop seeks to raise next round, it stretches some vendor payments and shutters underperforming sites
Hipster apparel merchant Karmaloop has been one of Boston's rare consumer e-commerce hits: the Back Bay company, founded in a Jamaica Plain basement in 2000, booked $165 million in sales last year, according to CEO Greg Selkoe. And the company's headquarters have progressively taken over the inside of what was once the landmark Shreve Crump & Low jewelry store on Arlington Street, where it employs nearly 200 people....
Darth Vader, Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, and more from the show.
A GPS-enabled watch, an iPhone dock that saves data, and more
Today's phones can deliver the sound of a heartbeat. But how would you like to actually feel the throbbing?
The smart TV is getting even smarter. Companies are showing off new integrated software, voice command, and even motion control in their new sets this week at CES. (Boston Globe)
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show features sleek new computers designed as a cure for iPad envy; a bold bet on a risky new TV technology; and a last stand in smartphones from a company not used to losing.
About 40 percent of the cars sold in the US last year can already connect to wireless data networks.
Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc. are showing off 55-inch TV sets that use organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer struck a familiar chord Monday in his swan song at the International Consumer Electronics Show.