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The halls at the International CES are all abuzz as attendees hurriedly rush from one stage to another to catch the latest in technology.
Peavey lets people try out their latest gear.
Intel boasts its Hi-Def Lounge where guests may sit and enjoy video on laptops in the comfort of stylish chairs.
Kevin Costner and Modern West play a packed show at the Gibson tent.
If you're in the market for a new TV, you've come to the right place.
ION's booth boasts everything from drum machines to the newest integrated DJ technology.
Intel's booth attempts to translate for everyday consumers the company's advancements in silicon technology.
Attendees are entertained during the lunch hour by live bands at the Music Giants soundstage.
Xacti gives attendees a chance to try their hand at recording video of an electric violinist.
Passersby are intrigued by the life-size celebrities that appear to be "talking" from their projected positions on a nearby pillar.
Paul Otellini, Intel's CEO gave a keynote Monday at the Venetian that described an always-connected lifestyle.
During the Intel keynote, Smash Mouth's lead singer, Steve Harwell, sang a song with his band supporting him via a remote connection, showing up onscreen as live avatars.
Intel's Otellini also demonstrated a device loaded with GPS technology that can act as a translator for print and voice.