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2013 Consumer Electronics Show
LAS VEGAS - Polaroid, best known for their instant cameras, has launched the world's first Android-powered compact interchangeable lens camera with the iM1836.
LAS VEGAS - Forgot to start your washing machine, as you were rushing your kids to school? Fret not. With Korean chaebol LG's new Smart Home Service, users can remote activate their washing machine or robotic vacuum cleaner when they are away from home.
LAS VEGAS - LG has unveiled a 100-inch laser TV, which features smart capabilities, at the eve of International CES (formerly known as Consumer Electronics Show) 2013.
LAS VEGAS - Digital Life managed to get a brief hands-on with Fujifilm's latest cameras, X100S and X20, during a press conference at the International CES (formerly known as Consumer Electronic Show) 2013.
Sony finally joins the quad-core processor party with its new Sony Xperia Z, which was just announced at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Digital Life got a quick hands-on with the Android 4.1 smartphone, which comes with LTE support.
Bigger, sharper and smarter - that was Samsung's war cry at this year's pre CES event, as it unveiled several televisions with new and improved technologies, to woo consumers this year.
LAS VEGAS - Lenovo announced a strong line-up of Windows 8 touchscreen devices the day before the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, including an ultrabook convertible, the ThinkPad Helix, a 27-inch table PC, the IdeaCentre Horizon, and a mini ultrabook, IdeaPad Yoga 11S.
LAS VEGAS - The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) might only start on Wednesday (Singapore time) but graphics card maker Nvidia has fired the first salvo by surprising everyone with its new handheld gaming device called Project Shield.
LAS VEGAS (AFP) - Videogames are moving further into the Internet cloud with new devices and services unveiled at the big Consumer Electronics Show this week.
LAS VEGAS (AFP) - Chinese tech giant Huawei moved further into the high end of the smartphone market on Monday, unveiling two devices for Asian consumers aimed at rivaling the top global sellers.


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