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CES Highlights: Day One & Two

From drool-worthy smartphones, tablets tricked-out for gaming, and robot balls you control with your iPad, here is what's caught our eye so far at CES 2012.

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Myspace Reinvents Itself, Pins Hopes on Myspace TV

Myspace TV will be built into new Panasonic televisions, and the service will include a social networking aspect.

Sony Shows Off 55-Inch Crystal LED HDTV

UPDATED WITH PHOTOS: Sony says the display delivers higher contrast, richer colors, better response time and a wider viewing angle than existing LCD and plasma high-definition televisions.

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Dish Network's New DVR System Can Record 6 HD Shows Simultaneously

Dish Network takes DVRs to the next level with the ability to record six HD-quality shows at the same time.

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Sharp Previews a New Mobile TV

Sharp showed off its Aquos Freestyle at CES 2012. It's a newly designed portable TV with handles that can be used to carry the small HDTV around and out of the home.

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LG Introduces 84-Inch HDTV With Gesture Control and Built-In Wi-Fi, Streaming Capabilities

LG shows its large HDTV with voice, 3D gesture control, and built-in streaming at CES 2012.

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CES 2012: Gadgets Parade Begins

CES 2012 is all about Ultrabooks, tablets, enormous HDTVs, and of course cool and quirky gadgets. Here's what's hot one day before the official gadget confab begins.

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Samsung Announces Smarter, Slimmer HDTVs, Including 55-Inch Super OLED Display

Samsung showed off its new high-end HDTVs--including a 55-inch Super OLED set--- during Press Day at CES 2012.

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Sharp Goes Big With 80-Inch, 3D LED TV at CES

Sharp flaunted a massive HDTV with a smart interface for accessing Netflix, Hulu, Facebook, and YouTube. And it went small, showing off its answer to mobile TV.

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CES 2012: LG Wows with 55-inch OLED TV, 4G Android Phone, and Smart(er) TVs

LG unleashes an CES lineup including ultrathin OLED TV, 4G Android phone, and a new crop of smart TVs.

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