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Tobii plans to sell its PC eye-control add-on to developers from next week

Tobii Technology will soon start shipping a device that allows users to control a PC using their eyes. Developers will be able to buy the REX next week, and Tobii will make it more widely available in the second half of the year, the company said Wednesday

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Intel's TV service to miss CES debut over content delays

Intel has reportedly faced difficulty cutting deals with providers for the content portion of its offering.

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Samsung and LG get ready for TV battle at CES

LG Electronics is hoping to make its smart TVs more attractive by making it easier to share and find content, while Samsung Electronics is only hinting at what its plans are for 2013.

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Intel prepares to launch combo cable and streaming TV service

The chip maker has reportedly found a way to skirt the snags with content owners and is expected to soon announce a set-top box that delivers a mix of streaming and cable programs.

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Kinect component maker to launch compact 3D sensor to fit in smartphones

PrimeSense, which developed the 3D sensing technology used in Microsoft's Kinect, is set to unveil a compact 3D sensor that can fit into a variety of consumer electronic devices.

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ZTE to show high-end handset at CES

Chinese handset maker ZTE, known for its budget smartphones, will unveil a new high-end device at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month, marking a change of direction for the company.

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Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance.

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20 Web services you should point to and click

Web services are quickly replacing desktop programs for routine tasks such as editing an image, creating a spreadsheet, or maintaining someone else’s computer.

Zendesk unveils revamped online help-desk software

Zendesk unveils an extensively reworked version of its online help-desk software.