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Slashdot Items Tagged "ces"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday January 09, 2014 @02:40PM CES 2014: A Powered, Remote Control Paper Airplane (Video)
Thursday January 09, 2014 @02:39PM CES 2014: Now You Can Make 360 Degree Videos With a Single Camera (Video)
Wednesday January 08, 2014 @09:58AM New Oculus Rift Prototype Features Head Tracking, Reduced Motion Blur, HD AMOLED
Thursday February 21, 2013 @01:42PM CES: Using Eye Movements to Control a Computer or TV (Video)
Tuesday January 15, 2013 @01:42PM How the Cool Stuff At CES Will Ruin Your Life
Friday January 11, 2013 @07:41PM CNET Parent CBS Blocks Review and Award To Dish Over Legal Dispute
Friday January 11, 2013 @08:25AM Microsoft's Future of the Living Room Starring SuperTuxKart
Friday January 11, 2013 @07:59AM Timothy Lord Discovers the Good Night Lamp at CES (Video)
Friday January 04, 2013 @02:26PM Slashdot Asks: What would you like to see at CES?
Saturday January 28, 2012 @11:42AM Raspberry Pi $25 Linux Computer Now In Production (Video)
Wednesday January 18, 2012 @03:18PM CES Recap: Gadgets and Blisters
Monday January 16, 2012 @06:57PM Pixel Qi Screens are for Laptops and Tablets, Not Just OLPC (Video)
Friday January 13, 2012 @07:17PM Google Launches Style Guide For Android Developers
Friday January 13, 2012 @07:16PM Nanocoating Waterproofs Any Gadget
Friday January 13, 2012 @07:03PM Carmakers Prepare For Augmented Reality Driving
Thursday January 12, 2012 @03:37PM Timothy Lord Checks Out Keyboards & Tech At CES
Sunday January 08, 2012 @09:11PM ViaSat Delivers 12 Mbps+ Via Satellite
Thursday December 22, 2011 @08:51AM Microsoft Says Goodbye To CES
Friday January 07, 2011 @10:57AM Elliptic Labs To Bring Touchless Gestures To iPad
Thursday December 23, 2010 @05:15PM Microsoft Ready To Talk Windows On ARM
Wednesday December 15, 2010 @01:31AM MS Hypes Win7 Tablets For CES — Again
Wednesday January 13, 2010 @01:49PM The Worst Products of CES 2010
Tuesday January 12, 2010 @12:29AM CES Vendors Kicked Out of Hotels For Showcasing Wares in Room

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