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The iPot takes its cooking cues from your smartphone

Use your smartphone to tell the iPot exactly what to make, what cooking style to use, and how long to cook it for.

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Three wheels, two seats, one unique ride: Toyota’s iRoad tests simple transport

The iRoad’s distinctive design includes front wheels that tilt instead of turning, making it super-fun on a slalom course. We drove one ‘round and ‘round and ‘round during CES 2014.

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Pioneer's Cycling Sports system tracks serious data for serious cyclists

What would you do with 199 different metrics about your bike ride? If you're salivating over the possibilities, Pioneer's Cycling Sports line of gear might be for you.

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Corning cleans up its act with germ-fighting Gorilla Glass

The antimicrobial material Corning introduced at CES may find its way to your iPhones and Samsung gear in the near future.

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Epson embraces wearables with new Pulsense wrist bands, updated smart glasses

By pairing heart rate monitoring with data storage, Epson adds a new twist to the wrist-worn activity tracking market.

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The TVs of CES: Smarter, curved, and in gorgeous 4K that finally clicks

The TV companies at CES insist this really is the year of 4K and smart interfaces you'll actually want to use. And from what we've seen, we tend to agree—as long as the price is right.

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Slay your enemies on Dustcloud, a street laser-tag game with a social media twist

Dustcloud launches a Kickstarter campaign at CES to fund the game and its social network.

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Belkin turns up the heat at CES with high-tech crockpot

Cook your meals low and slow on the go with Belkin's smartphone-controlled crockpot.

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This product will put you to sleep -- but that's a good thing

The Good Night Bulb from Lighting Science removes the kind blue hues of light that can keep your brain alert when you should be winding down for the day.