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Lupin
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re: CES slideshow: Next big (or little) things
Lupin   1/15/2013 7:01:06 PM
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Of course Huawei would sponsor the CES press room. It gave them access to the accounts and press releases of an unlimited number of careless journalists and visitors. Clever.

Jack.L
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Jack.L   1/15/2013 6:50:44 PM
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AppleTV currently does this for most Apple devices. It is a cool feature.

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re: CES slideshow: Next big (or little) things
help.fulguy   1/15/2013 6:46:50 PM
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@vapats, completely agree. clicking 18-pages is BS. Cant you guys put it in one or may be 2 pages?

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Larry M   1/15/2013 4:23:53 PM
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Also the YouTube clips. Just not appropriate to blast audio through the entire office complex during the business day. And I'm not motivated to set up a headset every time the media sends one.

vapats
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vapats   1/15/2013 3:41:56 AM
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Maybe it's time to kill the "slide-show" format? It's frustrating, and wastes time. Your writing and subject-matter is great, but obviously mauled and distorted by the supporting advertisers. I (for one) am getting tired (and can't afford the time) to click-through the tedium... Tell all sponsors that they'll get more high-quality attention from the audience better by delivering relevant high-quality content, rather than pestering the audience with constant annoying nagging. Focus, not bird-shot; whatever happened to good taste? best wishes, - vic

selinz
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selinz   1/14/2013 3:49:50 PM
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We actually connect laptops and phones to our big screens all the time these days. however, we only have one 15 foot HDMI extension so this would be nice to have a wireless linkup. The fact that all 6 phones, 4 laptops, and 3TVs and 2 receivers all use HDMI with no connectivity issues. I hope the same is true with wireless links. I guess I'm curious why WiFi isn't the way to go, since it is so prevalent.

yalanand
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yalanand   1/13/2013 5:57:37 AM
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@iniewski, yes true. Nano-coating has lot of potential. I am also excited about the 3D- printing technology.

yalanand
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yalanand   1/13/2013 5:34:06 AM
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I really like the idea behind Miracast. So instead of building the interface options inside TV, make the TV compatible to one of these devices so that its easy to share and update.

krisi
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krisi   1/12/2013 7:56:16 PM
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Nano-coating looks really impressive with big potential!

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junko.yoshida   1/12/2013 12:36:29 PM
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This is a great news. Behind every home gateway, you do need partners to pull things together in he cloud. Sorry, Mike, I couldn't stop by!

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