Christopher Lloyd goes 'Back to the Future'

CES 2014 attendees got a real treat when Christopher Lloyd appeared as his "Back to the Future" character Doc Brown, complete with the fabled time-traveling DeLorean. Lloyd was there on behalf of Gibson Guitars, as the company celebrates its 120th birthday.
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Yahoo goes for a 'Weekend Update'

Combining the entertainment portion of their keynote with their focus on news efforts, Yahoo also borrowed Keenan Thompson and Cecily Strong from "Saturday Night Live" for a "Weekend Update" live at CES 2014.
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Sony was 'Breaking Bad' at CES

Sony CEO Kasuo Hirai asked Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton and "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan to talk about how streaming video has changed the face of TV and movie industries during the Sony keynote at CES 2014.
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Michael Bay makes a brief appearance

"Transformers" director Michael Bay's appearance at the Samsung keynote was perhaps the most talked-about appearance at CES 2014. When a teleprompter failed, Bay stormed off the stage, leaving Samsung EVP Joe Stinziano to cover for him.
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John Legend serenades CES for Yahoo

The Yahoo keynote at CES 2014 was meant to entertain, including an appearance by musician John Legend.
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Even Katie Couric is at CES

CEO Marissa Mayer wanted to showcase Yahoo's news efforts, and who better to bring along to CES 2014 than recently hired Katie Couric?
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Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction

Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction plays the CNET party Tuesday night at CES 2014.
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Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction

Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction plays the CNET party Tuesday night at CES 2014.
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50 Cent, guarded by Imperial Storm Troopers, signs autographs at the SMS Audio Booth to promote his "'Sync by 50 Portable Wireless Speaker." (SMS Audio also produces Limited Edition Star Wars headphones.)
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Paralympic athlete Blake Leeper was here at CES 2014 doing promotion for SMS Audio.
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Dalek is Massive at CES 2014

The most accessible celebrity at CES 2014? This Dalek, made of Bluetooth components from Massive Audio. The "Doctor Who" character played music while it threatened CES attendees with extermination.
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Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg

Dreamworks co-founder and CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg joined Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on stage for Intel's keynote at CES 2014 to premiere a clip from Dreamworks' upcoming film "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" and talk about the studio's partnership with Intel.
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