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LG starts the show

LAS VEGAS -- LG held the first press conference of the day as CES 2014 began. William Cho, president of LG Electronics USA, kicked off the event.

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Skott Ahn, global president of LG mobile communications, talked about how LG is introducing WebOS (remember that?) into TVs.

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Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix, also dropped by.

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The Lifeband Touch is LG's new fitness tracker.

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We also saw a variety of new speakers and sound bars.

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And new TVs, too.

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Dave VanderWaal with LG Appliances showed off LG HomeChat, which lets you chat with your, well, home over your smartphone.

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And who doesn't love an EasyClean oven?

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New washers and dryers also made their debut.

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LG will have an exclusive new partnership with decorator and product designer Nate Berkus, who will help inspire the next wave of LG Studio innovation.

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Frank Lee from LG's mobile business brought out the LG G Flex.

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That's LG's new Android smartphone with the curved body. Previously available only in Korea, the G Flex will come to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in the United States.

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See CNET's coverage of the LG press conference and our full coverage of CES 2014.

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