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AT&T unveils Asus Padfone X specs 0

If we cannot count on Asus in revealing the details about its Padfone X, which was first unveiled during this year’s CES, leave it to the carrier to squeal the

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ASUS VivoTab Note 8 now on Microsoft Store 0

The ASUS VivoTab Note 8 is one of the products the Taiwanese computer hardware company introduced during CES 2014, and now this Windows 8.1 tablet lands itself on the Microsoft

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BMW self-driving cars, smartwatch app introduced 0

Major carmakers and technology companies are preparing for a future where cars can run without an assistance from the driver. Opinion over when such self-driving cars will run the public

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Neptune Pine: Smartphone in a smartwatch 0

While other smartwatches aim to be slim and sync itself with your smartphones, the Neptune Pine takes a different turn. For one, it is huge for a watch with its

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Hisense X1 phablet launched 0

Phablets, those huge smartphone-tablet hybrids, also take centerstage at this year’s CES. Some phabs, however, are taking it to another level. Take for example the Hisense X1 with its ridiculously

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Sony 4K TV lineup introduced 0

With 4K television being forseen as the future of living room entertainment, Sony has unveiled a new line of 4K TV sets in time for the International CES. Sony’s “Ultra

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Babolat Play: World’s first connected tennis racquet 0

Sports such as tennis has become very competitive, players not only train to become the best, but also know what weaknesses they have to train more. As the International Tennis

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Sony Xperia Z1S: Even more waterproof 1

Sony ventured to the waterproof smartphone territory last year with its Xperia Z. This year, right at CES, the company takes it up a notch with the Sony Xperia Z1S,

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Samsung Galaxy NotePro unveiled 0

Samsung is beefing up its tablet lineup with its pair of professional tablets, namely the Galaxy NotePro and TabPro. Both tablets can go as huge as 12.2 inches and are

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Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle: Powered by hydrogen and air 0

Toyota also took part at this year’s International CES, a rarity among car manufacturers, as the company shows off its fuel call vehicle (FCV) concept, which is supposed to be

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