Samsung shows its flexibility in TVs

At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Samsung introduced an 85-inch bendable LED TV. With the press of a button, a flat-screen TV can be transformed into a curved Ultra HD TV. Meanwhile, LG premiered its own bendable TV.
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Samsung bets on curve appeal

Samsung unveiled its new curved television at CES 2014 Monday, promising the three sizes of its UNHU9000 series will provide a new, "more uniform" viewing experience.
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Sharp's Aquos line thinks big

Sharp showed off its Aquos line, pushing HD to a new level. Sharp says the Aquos Quattron Plus is "is the highest resolution full-HD TV available."
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Pebble watches get a facelift

The new Pebble Steel has a refreshed look, smaller form factor, and is arriving along with a brand-new app store. We go hands-on with the new smartwatch, as well as sit down with CEO Eric Migicovsky about the company's progress since its Kickstarter inception.
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Sony Xperia Z1 S

Sony today announced plans to sell the Xperia Z1S via T-Mobile in the US, beginning later this month.
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Avegant Glyph bringing virtual retina display to reality

The Avegant Glyph is riding the wave of CES 2014 excitement in, well, kicking off its Kickstarter January 22. Check out our hands-on for a preview of what backers can hope to see... virtually.
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Toyota aims to compete with Tesla -- with water vapor

Toyota brought its fuel cell vehicle -- debuting in 2015 -- to CES 2014. The car boasts zero emissions, unless you consider water vapor emissions.
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LG gets into wearable tech

LG entered the wearable tech market with a bang, premiering its Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones at CES 2014. We have a hands-on with the gear.
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Michael Bay brings the drama

"Transformers" director Michael Bay brought drama of a different sort to the Samsung press conference at CES 2014 when he stormed off stage after a teleprompter fail. No word if the teleprompter was a Decepticon.
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Makerbot goes Mini at CES 2014

Makerbot debuted the Replicator Mini at CES 2014, a small 3D printer with single-touch printing expected to retail for $1375 when it goes on sale this spring.
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BMW parks for you

BMW showed off the push-button parallel parking feature in the BMW i3 at CES 2014. Future road-test takers breathe a sigh of relief.
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Epson wants you to take their tech along for the ride

Epson is debuting its Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses, as well as other wearable tech -- the heartrate monitoring Pulsense watches and wristbands -- at CES 2014.
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Chevrolet App Shop: a smartphone in your dash

Chevrolet announced a new feature called App Shop, which will be available in select models this year. App Shop will put the functionality of smartphones right into the dashboard. See our hands-on with App Shop.
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Polaroid Socialmatic

Polaroid announced that it will turn the Socialmatic concept camera into a real product in 2014, so your social-media images can also be instant prints in the real world.
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