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TechSpy CES 2012 In Pictures - Part 1

TechSpy: "Sometimes me rambling on just can't do CES justice. So I will go with the less talk, more pictures approach. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. Keep an eye out for part 2 in the next few days, and feel free to leave some comments/feedback here at TechSpy."

Syko4506d ago

Big thanks To Snoop_Dizzle and My Photographer and Wife Shmammy for helping cover this epic event. Wouldn't have been possible without them.

Speed-Racer4506d ago

Oh I thought you guys were asking random people to take pics haha. Heard next year is the year of Google.

Shmammy4504d ago

I had a blast with taking all of the pictures! I am glad that I was able to get in this year and help TechSpy cover the event with the hubby!!

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CES 2012 and technology trade shows: What's the real ROI of attending?

N10: Annual tech industry expo the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has just wrapped, introducing a slew of 2012's best new high-tech gadgets, apps and online services. But having absorbed the conference's record 20,000 new product debuts, provided courtesy of 3100 companies who demoed across a record-breaking 1.861 million net square feet of exhibition space, we're still left with more questions than answers. Chief among them: With launches in key categories like smartphones and tablet PCs largely taking a backseat to thinner connected TVs and expanding cloud multimedia services, does the show still remain relevant for entrepreneurs and small business owners?

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Icrontic: The highlights of CES 2012

Icrontic writes:
"CES 2012 is over, but the faded memories reveal the things that stick out the most in our heads: The things we loved at CES."

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BeastOrange4483d ago

I have pretty much seen all the highlights already posted on here. Not much has been missed really.

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Lenovo pitches all-in-one B540 PC for gaming and entertainment

News10: While all-in-one PCs aren't exactly high on the wish lists of mainstream PC gamers, Lenovo rep Michael Littler believes his company's IdeaCenter B540 might do the trick.