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The Big Deal Products of CES 2011 (So Far)

From seriously fast phones and tablets to better 3D TVs and PCs, here are the 13 products that will make a significant difference this year.


10 Big Tech Trends at CES 2011

Skype from your couch, 3D HDTV without the bothersome glasses, and more tablets than we know what to do with. Here are a few buzz-worthy trends straight from the CES floor.


Xpand's New 3D Glasses: Universal and Tweakable

These glasses are available in multiple sizes, and work with an app available for iPhone and Android that lets you tweak their performance for factors such as whether you're wearing prescription glasses or the lighting environment.


Hands-on With LG's Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) 3D TV

LG Displays announced their new FPR 3D TVs, which use glasses that are much lighter and cheaper than the normal active-shutter glasses. Here are our first impressions.


Panasonic Expands Connected TV, 3D TV Offerings

Panasonic's newly announced TVs focus on delivering 3D action and plenty of unique Internet-connected features.


Sony Announces New Smart TVs, 3D TVs for 2011

Sony's new HDTV lineup includes plenty of 3D TVs, Internet-connected features, and some intriguing new image processing technology.


CES Gadget Parade Begins

Dozens of gadgets, TVs and laptops made an appearance ahead of CES. Check out more than 20 of the coolest gear right now.

Toshiba’s Glasses-Free 3D

Wearing 3D glasses can be a pain, especially if you already wear glasses, so a TV without glasses can be a real advantage to some.


CES Preview: Tablets, 4G Phones, and 3D TVs

At next week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, tablets are expected to be big.


3D TV Going Mobile at CES 2011 Courtesy of LG

3D TV could be coming to your pocket in 2011, thanks to an upcoming mobile digital TV viewer from LG.