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NVIDIA has announced a new shield streaming box for TV's that can handle 4K and has Google voice assistant built in as well.
To compliment the shield experience, there's also NVIDIA spot an always listening device that works together with multiple units placed in various locations.
So that you don't always need to be within earshot of a gadget.
Spots connect over wi-fi and will relay info back to the original shield.
Amazon plans to open a bookstore in New York City that will sell books along with popular Amazon products.
The store will be located in Midtown at Shops at Columbus Circle.
And further confirms the company's campaign to open a gamut of retail brick and mortar locations.
The 4,000 square foot New York store should be open by this spring.
And finally, we're seeing a theme pop up at CES aimed at creatives who wish to better use technology for their craft.
Take the Dell Canvas for example.
It's a 27 inch drawing service and display tandem, that works with a dial and stylus combination.
Dell says the Canvas should be available in March for just under $2000.
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