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10 unmistakable trends at CES 2012

1/13/2012 11:43 PM EST
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sandhu233
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re: 10 unmistakable trends at CES 2012
sandhu233   1/14/2012 1:20:30 AM
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Great slideshow!! I would love to have the Sonyís ultimate contrast LED TV (Yeah I still like Sony over Samsung ... may just be my brand loyalty).

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re: 10 unmistakable trends at CES 2012
junko.yoshida   1/14/2012 12:37:58 AM
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Of course, more stories are coming! My reporters' notebook is so full!

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junko.yoshida   1/14/2012 12:37:05 AM
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Yeah, exactly!

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rick merritt   1/14/2012 12:28:44 AM
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...and I'm hoping there is an interview TK with that Ingenic CEO with the CPU behind the $100 tablet

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rick merritt   1/14/2012 12:25:48 AM
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I love the Google TV error message. Clearly, they have caught up with Microsoft Windows now!

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