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Fitness hardware is once again set to be all the rage at this year's CES, and Fitbit's wrist-worn wearables continue to lead the pack. Join us as we speak with the company's co-founder James Park about the ways consumer technology is helping get us in shape. January 8, 2014 4:00:00 PM EST Follow

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In the short time since it was first announced, Leap Motion has caused us to rethink the way we interact with our PCs. CEO Michael Buckwald joins us to discuss the future of natural computer interfaces. January 8, 2014 2:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 news at our event hub, and chec

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Yep, that 50 Cent. SMS Audio's CEO will be joining us on-stage for a second year in a row to discuss the latest additions to the line of headphones that bear his name. January 8, 2014 1:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 news at our event hub, and check out our full stage schedule here.

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Curious about recent Dell tablet plays like December's Venue 8 Pro? Wondering what the company is going for with its recent \"startup\" ad campaign? Good news: We've got Neil Hand, the VP of Dell's tablet group hitting the stage next. January 8, 2014 12:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014

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The one-time king of instant photography has been looking to branch out in recent years, and this CES is no doubt a prime example. Last week, the company announced two new budget TV sets and a low-cost tablet. We'll be joined by Polaroid's CEO Scott Hardy to discuss the way forward for the one-tim

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Best known for its nonprofit wing, dedicated to bringing computing to developing nations and low-income communities, One Laptop Per Child made its first play in the consumer space with last year's XO Tablet. We'll be speaking with the company's VP of business development, Giulia D'Amico about OLPC

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The company that helped invent rapid prototyping has been in the 3D printing game for nearly three decades. In recent years, 3D Systems has been making an aggressive play at the consumer market with products like the Cube, CubeX and Sense as one of the driving forces in the desktop 3D printing rev

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What are Lenovo's big plans for 2014? We've got the VP and general manager of the company's iconic ThinkPad business line onstage to discuss the place of the laptop and tablet in the ever-changing business world. January 7, 2014 6:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 news at our event hub

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Health care devices are, once again, all the rage at this year's CES, and Scanadu's got one of the more ambitious offerings. The company's Scout device aims to be a $150 Star Trek-esque tricorder that'll give users readings for heart and breathing rate, temperature, blood pressure and blood oxygen

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And what about the chips that power all of those shiny new devices we're seeing on the show floor here at CES? Kevin Lensing, the director of AMD's mobility product line will discuss the hardware that makes our mobile devices tick. January 7, 2014 5:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 ne

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Mike Muller isn't just the CTO of ARM -- he's also a founder. Suffice it to say, the executive knows a thing or two about the mobile industry. We'll be picking his brain tonight at 5PM ET. January 7, 2014 5:00:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 news at our event hub, and check out our full

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Mike Fasulo hasn't been in his position for long, but Sony's new president/COO knows a thing or two about consumer electronics, having previously served as the company's CMO/VP. We'll grill him on what the company is offering up year -- or at least as much as we can fit into half an hour. January

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It's true that CES is primarily a hardware show and Mozilla is primarily a software company, but the team behind Firefox no doubt has plenty to discuss -- including, most likely, some hardware, too. Join us as we talk to COO Jay Sullivan about the browser wars, online tracking and Firefox OS's pla

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As far as car companies go, Ford has always had a major presence at CES, with CEO Alan Mulally pushing technologies like Sync in his nearly annual keynote address. 2014's show is shaping up to be no different. We'll be joined by Jim Buczkowski, the auto giant's director of electrical and electroni

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Kickstarter success story Pebble was the darling of last year's CES, helping to usher in a year in which wearables were all the rage. The smartwatch maker's CEO Eric Migicovsky will be joining us to discuss what the company has up its proverbial sleeve for 2014, along with the company's Product Ev

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We'll be joined by AT&T Mobility's President of Emerging Enterprises and Partnerships, Glenn Lurie, the executive who helped score the carrier's exclusives on the iPhone and iPad. January 7, 2014 1:30:00 PM EST Follow all the latest CES 2014 news at our event hub, and check out our full stag

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Welcome to technology's biggest week of the year. Sure, we've already been working our butts off for days now, but CES doesn't officially open until those show doors do. And with them begins a week of high-profile interviews on our official CES stage. Join a handful of our editors as we christen t

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