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  1. Tech

    Watch Sony’s CES Conference Live Tonight to See New Sony Tech

    Sony's press conference for the Consumer Electronics Show will broadcast live tonight and show you all of the advancements you can expect in upcoming Sony technology. It might also contain an appearance of their rumored virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4, so we'll be watching excitedly when it starts at 5PM PST.

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  2. Tech

    Sounds From Google Glass Will Vibrate Your Skull

    Listening to traditional headphones is so completely 2012. That's why Google Glass wants to rattle your brain cage directly by sending vibrations straight through your skull instead of using normal speakers. The technology is called "bone conduction" and we saw a few examples of it at CES this year. It's not exactly new, but it hasn't caught on in the mainstream just yet. Looks like Google is going to cram as much technology people aren't used to using into Glass as they can.

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  3. Gaming

    Is This The ‘Steam Box?’ — Detail Light, Valve Branded “Piston” Debuts At CES

    This morning brought some eagerly-awaited details about Valve's upcoming foray into the console/set-top box gaming world from the company's apparent partner on the so-called Steam Box, hardware manufacturer Xi3. The company, which specializes in tiny, high-performance PCs was on hand with a Valve-branded piece of hardware known for the moment as 'Piston.' What else do we know about the little box that might be Valve's inroad to living rooms across the nation? Precious little, for now.

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  4. Tech

    Everything You Need To Know About CES [Infographic]

    As you are probably aware, the International Consumer Electronics Show 2012, or CES, will be taking place in Las Vegas in just a few days. You may not be able to go, but you can at least brush up on your CES history and that's just as good, isn't it? Okay, it's probably not, but it beats a hard kick to the head. CES has been the home for announcements such as the LaserDisc, the NES, Pong, Tetris, and TiVo. Want to know more? You bet you do. Just check out this wonderful infographic and timeline from Sortable and let your imagination run wild. What can we expect this year? Flying VCRs? The MegaDisc? We'll just have to wait and see.

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  5. Tech

    Verizon iPhone All But Confirmed; Unlimited Data Plan Expected at Launch

    Since Verizon Wireless let it slip that it would be holding a special event tomorrow and curiously invited some Apple-exclusive journalists who wouldn't normally cover Verizon happenings, a number of heavy hitters have put their names on the line to confirm that yes, tomorrow will be the day that the Verizon iPhone becomes a reality. What else do we know -- or think we know -- about the Verizon iPhone?

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  6. Entertainment

    Spider Jerusalem’s Camera-Glasses Exist and Lady Gaga Has Them

    Rogue journalist Spider Jerusalem had a set of oddly-shaped glasses that snapped pictures. I've always wanted them even if they didn't snap pictures, simply because Spider Jerusalem is awesome, rogue journalism is awesome, and ridiculous-looking glasses that let me display my love for Transmetropolitan would be awesome. It turns out Polaroid actually made a set of glasses that snap pictures, which is awesome, but they're the product of Lady Gaga's tenure as Polaroid's creative director, which is less awesome, but not nearly as less awesome as the glasses being called "Grey Label by Haus of Gaga." Oh well.

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  7. Gaming

    iCade, The iPad Arcade Cabinet, Is Now a Reality

    Remember the iCade, the iPad-powered arcade cabinet with which ThinkGeek buoyed our nerdy hopes on April Fool's Day, only to crush them thereafter? Well, OhGizmo!'s Andrew Liszewski confirms from CES that it has become an actual, real product, thanks to ION Audio and Atari, that it "feels just fantastic," equipped with more buttons than the original ThinkGeek mockup, and that it will be coming soon for $100. ION:
    The arcade action starts with the retro-gaming classic Asteroids and continues with many other Atari arcade titles. In addition to the extensive Atari library, new and existing apps can be easily updated to work with iCADE. Grab hold of iCADE's full-sized joystick and smash the eight arcade buttons for commanding control of iPad's on-screen action.
    If the iCade has you involuntarily salivating, also check out ThinkGeek's JOYSTICK-IT, a wireless, battery-less joystick for iPads and other tablet devices. (via OhGizmo! | ThinkGeek)

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  8. Tech

    Microsoft Surface “2″ Announced at CES 2011

    Microsoft Surface, basically a neat multi-touch table-computer, was always this mythical thing that was very cool when shown off, but always too expensive for the general public. This year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung announced the SUR40 with Microsoft Surface, basically Microsoft Surface 2, an upgraded, slightly-less-expensive-but-still-completely-unaffordable iteration of the device. Head on past the break for details.

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  9. Tech

    Watch Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg’s CES Keynote Live

    While we're sure it will be interesting, normally, departing Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg's CES keynote on the state of the consumer electronic industry might not be the subject of wide interest and speculation; however, there's definitely some anticipation (hope?) that he will either announce or hint at a Verizon-Apple partnership and the dawn of the Verizon iPhone. We wouldn't hold our breaths -- many have pointed out that Apple would almost certainly hold its own joint press conference with Verizon if indeed said mythical iPhone was to materialize -- but then again, Apple has already upstaged CES a bit this morning with the launch of the Mac App Store, and they'd no doubt like to get attention and tech hype turned back their way. Seidenberg's keynote, originally scheduled for 8:30am PT / 11:30am ET, has been pushed back a bit to 9am PT / 12pm ET. Verizon will be providing a live stream of the keynote address, though somewhat annoyingly, you have to register to view it (i.e. give them your name, company, and email address). If you're still game, register here; once you're in, you can view it here.

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  10. Tech

    Mac App Store Goes Live: How to Get It

    Leave it to Apple to try to one-up CES without even attending: The Mac App Store went live this morning, before its anticipated launch time of 1pm this afternoon and before the electronic show's post-Ballmer-keynote debut. The Mac App Store launches with over 1,000 apps, including such Apple stalwarts as its iLife and iWork software suites and such newcomers to OS X as (yes) Angry Birds, which we told you was coming to every platform ever. There are also a decent assortment of free apps, including a Twitter app, Evernote, and free games. (Still waiting on a desktop Shazam, though.) I'll confess that even as someone who runs a geek website, it took me a few minutes to figure out how to get the Mac App Store up and running on my computer.

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