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The International CES (CES) is a major technology-related trade show held from January 8th to January 11th in Las Vegas, Nevada (USA). Expect a lot of previews and new product announcements: Tom's Hardware cover the event live during 4 days! Follow us on twitter @tomshardware or bookmark this page for the best of CES 2013.
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Feeling the heat from Samsung, LG will intro a smartphone with a flexible OLED screen in 4Q13.
Here's the latest Google TV content streaming device, ready to assimilate your favorite movies and TV shows.
Backyard neighbors Epic Games and Nvidia have teamed up to use Unreal Engine 4 to render product presentations.
You can get the MOGA Pro Android controller at three locations online now, or you can wait until it arrives in stores next month.
It's a five-button mouse you can wear on your finger.
It's the Oculus Rift. In pieces.
Xi3's response seemingly outlines a disagreement over the operating system and game distribution platform.
Steam Box prototypes should be available for testing by the summer.
Lian-Li says it's showcasing new products next week at CeBIT 2013.
Here's your chance to own a digital and cloud copy of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition for $19.99 USD.
After teasing us at CES 2013, Archos finally launched its Platinum line of tablets.
Genius has launched a cool portable speaker, a slick gaming mouse and a pen mouse over the last week.
We spent several days in Las Vegas last month, reporting on the latest in technology at the Consumer Electronics Show. In the process, we captured a great many of the people there, too. If you're at work, be...
Foxconn is beefing up its HDTV portfolio.
A look at HP's business class items.
Sources seem to be jumping the gun a bit, saying Tegra 4 is slow to attract tablet and smartphone makers.
Sharp's 32-inch IGZO 4K display will retail for around $5,500 USD when it eventually arrives here in the States.
Google is proposing bone conduction to deliver audio in Project Glass.
We take a look at what Zotac had to offer at CES 2013.