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CEA gives Dish Hopper with Sling 'Best of Show' award

Citing CNET's disqualification of the Dish product for the Best of Show competition, CEA is also seeking a new partner to run its Best of CES awards program.

By Jan. 31, 2013

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CEA backs Dish in Hopper copyright lawsuit

The Consumer Electronics Association says "AutoHop" technology is "clearly protected" under a Supreme Court ruling over Betamax recordings.

By Jan. 25, 2013

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CEA announces 2013 Innovation Awards winners

The Consumer Electronics Association kicked off the countdown to CES 2013 with the announcement of the Best of Innovations Design and Engineering Award winners in New York City.

By Nov. 12, 2012

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CEA chief: Broadcasters don't innovate (Q&A)

This story misspelled the name of the company SyncBak and included an incorrect Web site for it.

By Jun. 21, 2011

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CEA chief: Broadcasters don't innovate (Q&A)

Consumer Electronics Association Chief Executive Gary Shapiro says that TV broadcasters need to give up some of their wireless spectrum to support growing demand for wireless broadband.

By Jun. 21, 2011

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CEA Line Show 2009: Doughnuts, anyone?

We came, we saw, we took a few photos, and went home.

By Jun. 11, 2009

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CEA Line Show, June 2009

CEA's semi-annual showcase of tech came to midtown NY, and we stopped by for a quick browse-and-shoot.

18 Images Jun. 11, 2009

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CEA confirms Apple-related exhibits at CES 2010

Apple, however, has not responded to reports that it plans to participate in the show after dropping out of Macworld 2010.

By Jan. 10, 2009

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Podcast: Conversation with CEA President Gary Shapiro

On the eve the Consumer Electronics Show, Larry Magid, CNET editor at large, sat down with Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) President Gary Shapiro. CEA is the sponsor of CES. The economy, said Shapiro, could actually be good for consumer electroni

By Jan. 8, 2009

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CEA lowers expectations for electronics revenue

Fourth-quarter revenue will essentially be the same as the previous year, says industry group. It previously predicted revenue would grow 3.7 percent.

By Dec. 4, 2008