Every year, the tech industry goes gaga over CES, the annual Las Vegas trade show that represents the world's largest gathering of new consumer-electronic wizardry. We media types get to peruse the newest, coolest technology before it hits stores. And then we get to tell you what you'll be buying over the next 12 months. It's really a win-win all around. Here's what we saw
3-D televisions will almost certainly be a living-room staple in the not-too-distant future. Market research firm DisplaySearch is forecasting that the U.S. 3-D TV market will grow from 2 percent of all flat-panel TVs shipped in 2010 to 41 percent by 2014. So suck it up: Eventually, 3-D will be coming to a couch near you, and you need to be armed with the facts
From wireless communicators to personal satellite tracking, the super-tech stuff we saw on the big and small screens are now largely a part of our everyday lives. Here's a run-down of just a few that have gone from outrageous to obvious, and from 'No way!' to everyday technology
If there's one element that seems uncooked in the current rush to 3D television, it's the glasses that viewers are forced to wear. They're big, awkward, and, for the most part, rather homely to boot. Even worse, manufacturers are hitting the market with a variety of spectacles, all incompatible with each other. And all are costly.
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