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Keiji Inafune's been making games for nearly 30 years. He's the man behind one of gaming's most iconic characters (Mega Man) and several huge franchises (Dead Rising, Onimusha). After 23 years working at Capcom, one of Japan's largest game publishers, he suddenly quit back in 2010. \"Settling down

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What better way to send off CES 2014 than with some Bitcoin talk? KnCMiner, the Swedish company behind a number of high profile Bitcoin mining machines will join us for our final on-stage CES interview of the year. January 10, 2014 7:30:00 PM EST

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LG's certainly not the only player in the wearables game at this year's CES, but this isn't the company's first horse race. This time out, the company's showing off the Lifeband Touch, a new fitness tracker that pairs nicely with the company's heart rate headphones. Jim Clayton, the company's EVP

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Avegant's Glyph headset is certainly one of the cooler wearables we've seen at a show jam-packed with them. The company's CEO Edward Tang and CTO Allan Evans will be joining us to discuss what sets their headset apart from the competition. January 10, 2014 5:30:00 PM EST

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We were skeptical, too. The trend of gadget manufacturers putting rockstars on the payroll in figurehead \"creative director\" roles has gotten a bit out of hand in recent years. Again, if Alicia Keys and BlackBerry taught us anything, it's that all the piano playing in the world can't help right th

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The big moment is here. We've been doing exciting interviews all week on our CES stage in the Central Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center, but this is really what we've all been waiting for all along. We're extremely excited to host the Best of CES awards for the first time ever and have been

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It's set up in among a slew of hardware devices in CES' 3D printing area, but Sculpteo takes a different approach to the space, with made-to-order, cloud-based printing. This year, the French company revealed a batch-printing service, so you can print up a lot of plastic pigs (or just about anythi

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The next steps for Qualcomm? Well, if Steve Mollenkopf is to be believed, we're going to see a lot more involvement in tablets and connected cars from the company moving ahead. We'll sit down with its SVP of Product Management Raj Talluri to discuss the way forward for Qualcomm. January 9, 2014 6

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Like you, we've always thought of Razer as a gaming hardware manufacturer. And like you, we were caught a bit off-guard when the company tossed its hat in the crowded fitness-tracking landscape. We'll be discussing the company's diversifying line and place in the rapidly evolving gaming landscape

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The Norwegian company is still best known for its alternative browser, but Opera's been increasingly making a push toward new platforms, including perhaps most notification, TVs. We'll be speaking with Aneesh Rajaram, the SVP of TV and devices about exactly that. January 10, 2014 2:30:00 PM EST

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Samsung has admitted that the public didn't see much difference between the Galaxy S III and S4 smartphones and said the S5 would likely pack a substantially different design. Exec Lee Young Hee told Bloomberg that the new flagship will go \"back to basics,\" adding that \"mostly, it's about the disp

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