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As you might've noticed, CES 2013 didn't turn out much in they way of smartphone reveals. Most of the mobile industry's big guns held back their reserves (Sony aside), prepping behind-the-scenes for Barcelona's world stage and ceding this Vegas showcase to lesser known Chinese OEMs. So before we b

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Playing around with ThinkGeek's table full of toys was unquestionably a highlight of 2013 CES experience, which is (thankfully) nearly at an end. In amongst the always awesome licensed Star Trek and Star Wars toys was the Princip Interactive LED Futuro Cube, a strange game device created with Thin

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Huawei made waves with three major phone announcements at this year's CES, but the Chinese phone maker brought along another unannounced device to show off in its booth. Called the Ascend G350, this lower-specced handset's main feature is its IP68 certification, which means the device is dustproof

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I lost a bet with myself at CES 2013. In the gaming preview we published ahead of this week's big show, I wrote, \"As per usual, the games industry and CES are acquaintances at best -- at least from what we've heard thus far. Perhaps this will be the year that bucks the years-long trend, but we're

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More gadgets, more gadgets, more gadgets. If you were wondering what to expect from today's podcast, may we refer you to the previous sentence? Brian, Tim and a host of other guests (including our competition winner Dan Orren!), grace the stage once more, all in the name of technology. Jump on the

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Not done with CES yet? Good, because the mobile crew are back on stage for more news from the show. Joining Brad and Myriam on stage this time are fellow Engadgeteers Joseph Volpe and Mat Smith, along with Sony's Stephen Sneeden. You know the drill by now, head south for the goods. Hosts: Myriam J

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