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Updates From CES 2015

Live coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from CNET.

The graphics chipmaker will talk up its latest efforts in automotive and mobile. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

LG will unveil its upcoming slate of TVs, home theater products, appliances, and other gadgets as it kicks off Press Day at CES 2015. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

Panasonic will map out a post-plasma TV future at its CES 2015 press conference in Las Vegas. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

The satellite broadcaster will share upcoming plans for its Hopper DVR -- and possibly even its rumored streaming video service. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

The chip giant Qualcomm will showcase its agenda for the New Year, and no doubt highlight its new flagship mobile product, the Snapdragon 810. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

The Korean electronics giant Samsung will show off its newest TVs, home appliances and other gadgets. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

Sony takes center stage at CES to outline its plans for 2015. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AGand Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, will discuss "the latest advances in autonomous vehicle technology" (according to the CEA's press release) during his CES keynote address. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

Ford's new CEO Mark Fields will take to the stage and tell us what's next for the Blue Oval. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

CEO Brian Krzanich will present Intel's blueprint for the future at his CES 2015 keynote address on Tuesday, January 6. Likely topics include wearable tech, the Internet of Things and -- possibly -- Intel's new Broadwell chips. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary. Check out our full coverage at ces.cnet.com.

After a whirlwind week filled with 3-D printers, virtual reality headsets, and every sort of wearable you can imagine, CES is finally coming to an end. Most of the good stuff was revealed at the beginning of the week, but Thursday still had its share of surprises—as well as the usual noise.

To recap: The biggest innovation came from Intel, which managed to cram an entire Windows 8.1 computing platform into a gadget about the size of a USB stick. It's tiny, and carries a quad-core Atom CPU, 32 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM, in addition to a USB port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 support, plus a mini-USB connector to power it. Phew!

But what's a trade show without a warm pile of fresh garb? Co.Design did us all a huge service and found the worst product design at CES: A bloated $300 Bluetooth gaming controller for your Android or Windows Phone. (Not iOS, hmmm.) Hope you like your ergonomics akin to shrapnel from a Michael Bay explosion. 

In any case, thanks to all who tuned in. See you next January. 
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