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Sony hasn't gotten very far along with these units -- they're really just plastic shells -- but we like we're they're headed with it. They showed off a full-screen laptop (pictured), bendable e-reader, and Walkman bracelet concepts, all based around flexible OLED technology and built with \"flexible

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Well CES is over and it'll be an entire year until we get to do it all over again. The show was a little slow for HD news this year so we didn't have as much to talk about, but there were some new things to cover like some in depth looks at things like the new DISH DVR software and the usability of

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Here at Engadget, we don't spend an awful lot of time dabbling in operating systems, but when Phoenix Technologies offered us the chance to check out its HyperSpace instant-on OS, we just couldn't resist. After all, it's hard to ignore the allure of reported sub-10 second bootup times on portable-b

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Samsung's booth was a fairly massive affair with just about everything \"CES\" you can think of on display. While we missed the portable projector phone, dubbed the Samsung Show, we did see a flexible OLED display, washing machines, vending machines, TVs, and a mountain of other gear. Follow on after

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LG's booth was, like some of the other heavy tech hitters, filled to overflowing with everything we came here to see. From netbooks, the GD910 watch phone, an OLED TV, and who can forget the LG Renoir? They most definitely kept us, and the giant crowds milling about, smiling. Hop through for a vid

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Microsoft brought less instead of more to the show and was on hand mostly to highlight Windows 7. We peeked at the multi-touch functionality of the new OS (see the vid after the break), Zune, Xbox 360 dreams, and learned that less is more as far as Windows Mobile is concerned. Microsoft's booth als

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Is 2009 finally the year of the projector phone? Eh, not likely -- but there are finally a few models filtering into retail after years of talk, prototypes, and empty promises, including the Logic Bolt from independent manufacturer Logic Wireless and this puppy from Sammy. We're told that the aptly-

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Is 2009 finally the year of the projector phone? Eh, not likely -- but there are finally a few models filtering into retail after years of talk, prototypes, and empty promises, including the Logic Bolt from independent manufacturer Logic Wireless and this puppy from Sammy. We're told that the aptly-

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Though it has been out for some time, we'd not had the chance to really check out LG's Renoir properly -- even though Engadget Spanish has had a chance. Of course, LG's massive booth featured an area dedicated to this 8 megapixel effort that we had to almost fight through to get at this phone. The

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Though it has been out for some time, we'd not had the chance to really check out LG's Renoir properly -- even though Engadget Spanish has had a chance. Of course, LG's massive booth featured an area dedicated to this 8 megapixel effort that we had to almost fight through to get at this phone. The

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Universal Remote Control has showcased a new iPod accessory here at CES well ahead of its official debut at EHX Spring, and supposedly it'll enable any universal remote to navigate anywhere on an iPod with a single button press. The package includes an iPod dock that connects to the TV, essentially

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It's not every day you walk past something quite as striking as Toshiba's new DMFC internet viewer prototypes. Sure, folks like Toshiba and Samsung have been chatting up DMFC (Direct Methanol Fuel Cell) power technology for ages, but to see it live and in person -- and powering a truly unique form

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Well, it's over -- and what a week it's been. Join Josh, Paul, Nilay and super-special guest Thomas Ricker as they wrap-up the big announcements and trends of CES 2009 -- a little something about netbooks, a little something about the Pre, and a whole lot of love.P.S.- Things get a little crazy tow

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