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Wacky and Wild Products at CES

Who wouldn't want an Internet-connected smart rabbit? Or maybe an iPhone case that doubles as a bottle opener?

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Gorilla Glass 2.0: Stronger, Thinner, Lighter

Gorilla Glass 2.0 promises a future of mobile gadgets and touchscreen devices that are thinner, lighter, more vibrant, and more responsive.

Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Cuts the Fat, Folds Flat

Though the 27-inch Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 occupies a large area, it is purportedly the world’s thinnest all-in-one PC, at less than an inch thick.

Sharp's Huge Whiteboard Carries Executive Price Tag

Sharp's new 80-inch touchscreen display turns a meeting into a truly interactive event, but don't ditch your projector or analog whiteboard just yet.

Parrot Expands Asteroid Line: Internet-Connected Devices for Your Car

Parrot introduces three new in-vehicle infotainment systems, opens up platform to third-party developers. Is your car the biggest piece of tech you own?

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10 Tech Research Projects to Watch

In corporate and academic labs around the world, researchers dream up and design the tools, technology, and products that will make up the everyday life of tomorrow. Here's a peek.

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Look, Touch and Feel: How Your Mobile Interface Will Morph in 2012

Touch will be improved through higher screen resolutions, brighter screens and the start of tactile feedback when you press a button, according to one analyst.

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The Transformer Prime Quad-Core Tablet is a Gaming Delight

The first quad-core tablet, the Transformer Prime from Asus, is an Android tablet running Android Honeycomb and has some of the best looking graphics we’ve ever seen on a mobile device.

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Microsoft Surface: Why it Didn't Change Everything

Analysis: Surface was and is neat, but Microsoft didn’t seem to be dreaming about it big enough for it to become a breakthrough product.

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New Interfaces Challenge Touch

Touchscreens could be extinct if researchers pioneering new human-computer interfaces have anything to say about it.