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TV Buyers Only Care About Price

NEW YORK – In the last decade, TVs got thin and flat. Then they got more pixels, first 720p and then 1080p HD. Since then, it's been all about size — bigger screens and smaller prices — not about features like Internet connectivity. Full story

Is the Nvidia Shield Worth the Money?

Back in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nvidia wowed attendees with the introduction of its latest mobile gaming device, the Nvidia Shield. Full story

The IllumiRoom is Xbox’s Proto-Holodeck

In 2011, Microsoft quietly submitted a patent application for something the company called an “immersive display experience." But Microsoft stayed silent on the subject until this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, when it announced the Xbox IllumiRoom, an augmented reality attachment for its soon-to Full story

Select Sony Bravia W-series TVs now available for pre-order in Europe

In a quiet announcement that's decidedly less exciting than last week's 4K pricing reveal, Sony's European arm shared news today that select W-series TVs are now available for customers to pre-order. A press release published in Europe lists several CES models, including the KDL-W905A, KDL-W805A, K Full story

ASUS Qube to launch on April 23rd, says GTV Source, will cost $129

Remember that Google TV device ASUS brought out at CES? It could be available later this month. When the ASUS Qube's March 2013 release window passed without fanfare, the folks atGTV Sourcetook note and did some probing -- eventually uncovering an April 23rd launch date. ASUS hasn't made a statemen Full story

Eyes-on with Sony's brilliant 4K OLED monitor prototypes (video)

The 30- and 56-inch 4K OLED monitor prototypes that Sony introduced yesterday are sitting prominently in the company's booth here at NAB, and they're really quite something. These sets offer wider viewing angles and reduced color shift compared to previous-gen monitors, and Sony is emphasizing the Full story

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  2013 tech gadgets: ‘Happy Fork,’ ‘Solo Wheel’

TODAY digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong shows off hot new products from the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show, including a fork that vibrates if you’re eating too fast, and a “table PC” that’s perfect for a game of digital air hockey.

  Why the PC Just Won't Die

You've probably heard a lot of talk about the death of the PC, but new models are being shown off at this year's CES, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt. Mark Spoonauer, Laptop & Laptopmag.com editor-in-chief, weighs in.

  Future of Video Streaming Players

CNBC's Julia Boorstin chats with Julius Genachowski, FCC chairman, at CES about the future of video streaming. CNBC's Jon Fortt also weighs in.

  Star Power & Consumer Electronics

The number stands at 20,000 and counting. That's how many new products are featured at CES this year. Some companies are using celebrities to stand out from the pack. CNBC's Julia Boostin caught up with 50 Cent to talk about how he's leveraging his sta...

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