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Come with us on a trip back to January 2012 as we track down last year's award winners and find out...what happened?
We put our blinkers on and strided down the Las Vegas strip towards CES, to stick or twist on the tech trends that will shake up 2012.
Windows Phones are hot. 3D TV isn't. And five other lessons from this year's consumer-electronics extravaganza.
As we pack up our edit trailer and tear down our booth, we look back at the most memorable technologies, and those products that will actually affect our lives. And most of it isn't what was pushed hardest by manufacturers.
CNET editor Dong Ngo's roundup of CES 2012's networking and storage offerings.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell rounds up the tablet highlights of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.
What if all the hottest trends and products from this year's CES became part of our daily lives? Here's a look at the life you may be leading three years from now.
While there were a few standout cord-cutting and streaming-video products at CES 2012, overall there wasn't as much innovation in the home video space as enthusiasts may have liked to have seen.
More than 21 smartphones poured out of CES 2012, the vast majority of them supporting 4G LTE. Windows Phone and AT&T were success stories, while T-Mobile's tough road ahead, Motorola's new strategy, and Ice Cream Sandwich's slower-than-expected rollout will define the start of the year's offerings.
Many PC makers had either a single laptop to show off at CES 2012, or else none at all.