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30 Most Anticipated Tech Products of 2011

From Windows 8 to the iPhone on Verizon to Mass Effect 3, here are 30 tech products we're looking forward to seeing in 2011.

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Great Blu-ray Box Sets for the Holidays

When you give the gift of high-definition entertainment this holiday season, wrap up more than just a disc.

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15 Hottest Holiday Tech Gifts of 2010

Still looking for that perfect gift? We're counting down this year's hottest tech gifts for the holidays, including a 3D HDTV, an advanced Blu-ray player, Kinect for XBox 360, and the iPad.

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2011 Innovations Awards Honorees: Home Entertainment

Looking to transform your home into an entertainment multiplex? Get to know some of the best HDTVs, games, media streamers, home-networking products, and entertainment gear that earned high honors in the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.

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Home Theater Packages for Every Budget

Does someone on your gift list want a Blu-ray player and a sound system to go with it? Here are six great package deals.

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Is Black Friday Dead on Arrival?

If you wait until the day after Thanksgiving for your tech bargains, the best may have already passed you by. Get clicking. The deal frenzy is already in full swing.

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Samsung BD-C7900 Blu-ray Player, 50 Percent Off

Buy.com is selling the Samsung BD-C7900 Blu-ray player for only $199, with free shipping.

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Early-Bird Black Friday Predictions

The holiday bargain-hunting season is here. We talk to the experts to uncover what kinds of Black Friday deals you can expect on HDTVs, e-readers, Blu-ray, and more.

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New PS3 Netflix Version Leapfrogs Xbox 360, Best Version Yet

Native Netflix support arrives for Sony's PS3 next week, as well as 1080p streaming, Dolby Digital Plus 5.1-channel, and a completely revamped user interface.

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Blockbuster Goes Bust - Surprise!

Faced with video rental upstart competitors Redbox, Netflix, and streaming services the movie rental pioneer Blockbuster says it will file for bankruptcy.

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