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CES 2014: Everything that you need to know

March 18, 2014

  • Hayley Tsukayama
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At CES, the mobile carrier is expected to announce new programs to lure more customers.

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  • Brian Fung
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The company has offered to pay new subscribers $650 for switching — $300 more than rumors suggested.

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  • Steven Overly
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Neil Kataria’s start-up allows shoppers to compare the price on everyday goods at local stores.

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  • Cecilia Kang
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Biometric technology is hot at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, this week in Las Vegas

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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Marissa Mayer will give a keynote Tuesday in Las Vegas; others will discuss the future of mobile.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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CEO Marissa Mayer talked up the firm’s focus on content and advertising in her CES keynote.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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In his CES keynote speech, Kazuo Hirai says his firm wants to be part of customers’ everyday lives.

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Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One might face new competition from Valve’s Steam Machines. At CES 2014 Valve unveiled 13 new consoles that make popular online games easier to play on a TV.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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Video conferencing, wearble sensors and other systems will let older people stay their own homes longer.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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  • Greg Miller
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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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The 2-in-1 device comes with both Windows and Android operating systems.

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  • Lauren Hockenson | GigaOM.com
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Intel CEO�Brian Krzanich says company is rebranding its McAfee Security team. John McAfee is thrilled by the whole thing.

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  • John Koetsier | VentureBeat.com
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Google Glass competitor GlassUp is unveiling its first public prototype today at CES in Las Vegas. Clearly, the Venice, Italy-based startup has a long way to go to catch up to the current smart glasse...

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  • Hayley Tsukayama
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Video conferencing, wearble sensors and other systems will let older people stay their own homes longer.

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