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Robot snake

Adam Levine sings for Qualcomm


Sharp Purios

Samsung S9

Intel ultrabook prototype

Fujifilm X100S camera

Sony Xperia Z


Monster headphones

Lego Mindstorms EV3

iMusic BodyRhythm vest

Visa rewards

Chevy MyLink

LAS VEGAS--This giant, slithering robotic snake was being set up next to CNET's edit trailer in the parking lot at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs at the Qualcomm press conference Monday night.
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LG finally announced shipping and pricing details for its OLED TV, which was the hit of CES last year. The TV will begin shipping in March and the 55-inch version will cost about $12,000.
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Ultra HD, or 4K, TV display technology is the prime focus of TV manufacturers at CES this year. Sharp's 4K Purios TV, shown here, is due to ship in summer 2013.
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Samsung showed off this 85-inch Ultra HD, which is meant to sit on the floor with the built-in easel-like stand.
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One of the highlights of Intel's press conference today was this design concept for an ultrabook featuring the upcoming fourth generation of Intel Core i-series processors. The 17-millimeter-thick concept device is a hybrid with a detachable touch screen that functions on its own as a standalone Windows 8 slate.
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Fujifilm announced its latest enthusiast compacts, the X100s (shown here) and X20. We have more photos of the two new cameras here.
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Sony put the high-end (and waterproof) Xperia Z smartphone on display on Press Day at CES 2013.
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Dish had a human-size Hopper, its mascot, on hand before its press conference today. The company used its time at CES to introduce Hopper with Sling, a faster version of its DVR with some cool new features.
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Dish CEO Joe Clayton is known to be one of the more colorful tech executives. Here, he demonstrates just how bright he believes his company's future is.
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Monster showed off lots of new headphone styles with the glitz of a runway show. Celebrity guests at Monster's event included Sheila E, Drew Brees, and Sugar Ray Leonard.
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Mindstorms EV3 kits can be used to build Lego-based robots and program them, too.
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CNET Crave blogger Amanda Kooser sacrifices pride and any semblance of fashion sense to bring you the story of this massage vest, which triggers a soothing massage using the music library on your iPhone.
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Credit card tech is going places. This card from Visa enables you to pair your card with any rewards you select for individual purchases via an app on your phone.
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Chevy used this shiny Impala, introduced at the New York auto show to demo its next-generation MyLink infotainment system.
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Team CNET (from left: Rachel King, Donna Tam, and Ty Pendlebury) at the Sharp press event Monday at CES 2013.
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