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Crave at CES: Bieber fever hits Las Vegas

CES 2012 is drawing out some major celebrities, including Justin Bieber who hit the show floor to introduce a dancing robot. See what else caused a ruckus on day two of CES.

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LAS VEGAS--Day two of CES 2012 is in the books, and it was another typical day of mingling with celebrities and spies for us here at Crave. (Yeah, we just roll like that.)

However, in between hobnobbing with our famous buddies, we saw some amazing tech that we must share with you, so without further ado, here are today's CES highlights.

• CNET announces the Best of CES finalists.

• Justin Bieber intros a dancing robot and reveals his favorite piece of tech.

• Talk about some good karma. Wayne Cunningham gets off the plane in Vegas and gets right into the most amazing hybrid we've ever seen.

• This itty-bitty MP3 player is looking to make a big splash in the U.S.

• Sportiiiis will get in your face if you're not training hard enough, while Striiv cheers you on.

• There's been no shortage of tablets at the show, but there's something different about Wikipad. Also, Sony's concept tablets look pretty freaking awesome.

• We know you've been wondering, "How can I get 3D sharks in my house?" Well, now there's a way, and it will only set you back $100,000.

• Turn your pool party into a dance party with this floating Bluetooth speaker.

•Can somebody at CES please give this man some love?