With the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show now in our rear-view mirror, the editors of PC World sit down to recap some of the most significant trends of the show.
It was a big year at CES, and several major tech developments captured our attention. While slates and tablets abounded, e-readers also demanded attention in a serious way. Just about everything came with a multitouch screen, and 3D televisions were everwhere. But of all the new technologies we looked at in Las Vegas this January, perhaps USB 3.0 will be the most influential in the year to come.
Listen as editors Steve Fox, Robert Strohmeyer, Melissa Perenson, and Tim Moynihan dish the dirt on everything they saw.
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