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Websites Object to Digital Piracy Label

Three websites identified as engaged in digital piracy in a new paper object to the label.

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Paper: Piracy Sites Draw Huge Traffic

Digital piracy sites get billions of visits a year, according to a new paper.

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American Sound Works Beta Speakers Bring Sound to Life

American Sound Works gives us a look at its new speakers

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Logitech Squeezeboxes to Support Spotify

Logitech has joined forces with Spotify to integrate the namesake music service with Logitech's Squeezebox Wi-Fi music players, the company said on Monday.

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50 Cent Launches Headphones With Sleek

Sleek and rapper 50 Cent team up to bring you headphones with street cred.

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The House of Marley Launches Eco-Conscious Sound Line

Bob Marley wants you to go green with his new line of headphones and docks.

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ION Audio Turns Vinyl Vertical

Even turntables get an upgrade at this year's CES.

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Able Planet Tower of Power

This monster sound system won't use up a monstrous amount of energy.

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Beatles Cut a Better iTunes Royalty Deal

The Beatles' label Apple Corps is apparently paid directly by iTunes, which implies a more lucrative deal than standard agreements.

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The Best of CES 2011

Great looking tablets, superfast phones and the return of the boom box. Here's what we loved at this year's show.

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Biggest Fails of CES 2011

We braved the CES crowds, battled long lines, and even suffered food poisoning. Was it worth it? Hell, yeah! We loved it all, even this collection of CES misfit gadgets, show floor blunders, and industry let-downs. Hey, you can't win them all. For the flipside of this slideshow see: CES Picks: Stuff We Loved

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IDG News for January 8th: Tablet, Wireless Power, and Ludacris

On our last full day at CES, we take a look at some of the big stories of the entire show.

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The Geekiest Gadgets of CES 2011

GeekTech pulls a Voltron and assembles all the geekiest gadgets we found in Vegas at CES.

The Nox Admiral Is A Mean Android-Based Headphone Set

Android's runs on just about everything these days--hacked netbooks, tablets, phones, e-readers. But the Nox Admiral headphones take Android to a place it's never been before.

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