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In today's top news, CES has wrapped for another year, showing us the tech that will shape the year ahead, including top-of-the-line TVs, ubiquitous AI and sex tech.
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Sex tech is out in the open at CES for the first time, but many of these products were already hiding in plain sight.
And Google wants to dominate your smart home.
The company founder says it's about inclusiveness and taking charge of your own "sexual health and wellness."
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