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Senior editor Mark Sullivan is back from the floor of ShowStoppers at CES to show off Plex, a $5 iPhone app (free on your Mac) that allows you to stream media from the Internet or any supported device -- phone, PC or TV -- to any other with no hardware required. Up next we show you Cinemin, a pico projector/audio dock combo that transforms your portable device into a theater experience.
Executive Editor Robert Strohmeyer takes you on a tour of some cool CES gadgets on display at the ShowStoppers event, including a PC microphone that makes you sound like T-Pain and cute voice-activated bunny rabbits that can update Facebook or read your mail to you.
BitTorrent will work with a Taiwanese research institute to develop a certification for local electronics makers who want to put its filesharing applications in their products.
Creative's new wireless gaming headset works with a variety of games like WoW and other role playing games.
Stream music from your WiDi enabled laptop with these new speakers from Logitech.
Verizon's first LTE phone out the gate impresses with a 4.3-inch display, a front-facing camera, and a dual-core processor.
Microsoft is expected launch a version of Windows for TV set-top boxes at CES 2011. Here's why using the Windows brand for these could be a bad idea.
Eight out of 10 music fans want iTunes to adopt a pricing strategy more consistent with the rest of the industry, according to a survey.
Apple's iTunes has its flaws and isn't nearly as flexible as it should be. There are ways to fix some of the flaws via free or low-cost add-ons.