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The most intriguing tech from Showstoppers at CES 2016 (pictures)

Every year we are invited to a number of smaller events during CES where companies show off their new wares and hope to garner attention from the press. Here's what we found intriguing at Showstoppers.

13 Images By January 6, 2016


Sony's showstopper, the 5mm-​thin, ​4K LED TV

At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Sony introduced its latest ultra-thin 4K LED TV, the Sony X900C, powered by Google's Android.

January 5, 2015



Eye-catching products on display at ShowStoppers during the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

12 Images By January 7, 2014


Showstoppers Photos

photos from Showstoppers at CES 2013

13 Images By January 9, 2013


Eye Tribe shows off working eye-tracking on a mobile phone

Earlier demos were done on Android tablets, but the software company showed off a proof of concept using a modified Samsung Galaxy Note II to demo its eye-tracking software at Showstoppers.

By February 23, 2014


Seth Green, Intel phone star at Showstoppers (photos)

Along with the debut of the Lenovo K800, Seth Green added some excitement to Showstoppers.

11 Images By January 11, 2012


SSC Tuatara photos reveal Pebble Beach show-stopper

What's your favourite supercar? Wrong! Forget that piece of crud, your new favourite is the Shelby SuperCars (SSC) Tuatara.

15 Images By August 22, 2011


Showstoppers: Wrist-ey business for toting gear

If you're sick of carrying a purse around just to hold your gadgets, the Showstopper out of Australia offers a hands-free alternative in the form of a zippered wrist-worn pouch.

By June 16, 2010


CES timeline--from Pong to Palm

Over the years, almost every technological revolution--and plenty of flops--were first seen at CES. Sortable.com sorts through the showstoppers.

By January 5, 2012


Windows 7 bug likely not a 'showstopper'

Microsoft says it is looking into reports of a bug in the final version of Windows 7, but the head of the business says it has yet to reproduce the issue in question.

By August 5, 2009