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Where's the innovation, Toshiba?

By Peter Nowak, CBCNews.ca.

LAS VEGAS - Two years in a row, Toshiba proves to be a bust at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Last year, the Japanese company had the rug pulled out from under it when Warner Bros announced it was dropping support of HD DVD in favour of Blu-ray. If this year's CES press conference on Wednesday was any indication, Toshiba still hasn't recovered.

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CES Unveiled

by Peter Nowak, CBCNews.ca.

At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Peter Nowak in this video takes a look at some of the newest devices, including dual-screened laptops, full-body massage chairs and 3-D television sets.

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CES: Uncompressed HD via satellite coming to Canada

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - The Sands Expo is usually a breeding ground of innovative ideas from little-known and startup companies. XStreamHD is one of those, with a product and service that aims to shake up the satellite and cable industry.

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CES: Military-grade Bluetooth headsets now available to consumers

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - Danish company Invisio isn't really well-known beyond military circles, but its patented Bluetooth technology will likely hit Canadian soil later this year.

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CES: Canadian company shows off HDTVs, portable PC

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - Celebrating one year in business, Mississauga, Ont.-based VisionQuest made its debut at the Computer Electronics Show by showcasing its newest flat-panel HDTVs and a small portable notebook PC.

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Answering your CES questions: Wireless buzz at the show

By Peter Nowak, CBCNews.ca

CBCnews.ca's reporters covering the Consumer Electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas are letting you be the interviewer - ask us what you'd like to know about announcements or the buzz on the show floor, and our reporters will do their best to find out.

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CES: Logitech's Harmony One headed to Canada

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - Logitech introduced its latest Harmony universal remote control at the Consumer Electronics Show and confirmed that it's coming to Canada.

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CES: Robots cleaning out the gutters

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - Cleaning leaves out of roof gutters is never a fun job. It can also be dangerous. Enter the Looj, iRobot¹s latest mechanical helper for chores around the house.

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CES: This year's dumbest (but also strangely desirable) gizmo

By Chad Sapieha, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - And the prize for this year's dumbest (but also strangely desirable) gizmo goes to…

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CES: Creative pushes HD video add-on for rival iPod

By Ted Kritsonis, Special to CBCNews.ca

LAS VEGAS - Creative may be trying to challenge the iPod¹s supremacy in the portable media player realm, but the company also has no problem offering some accessories for it. The latest is the Xdock HD, where you mount your iPod (any model that plays video) to send the video to your HDTV screen.

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