New Products at CES
A look at companies and products making headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. 

CES 2013 Las Vegas

CES is bigger than ever this year, with 3,000 exhibitors and 1.87 million square feet of space. Some of the tech industry’s giants have already unveiled new products to get the show started.

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Liz Claman and Intel CEO, CES 2013

Intel CEO Paul Otellini

A behind-the-scenes shot of Liz Claman’s interview with Intel CEO Paul Otellini.

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LG 100 Inch TV, CES 2013


FBN’s Shibani Joshi took this photo of LG’s 100-inch projection television, the largest wall-mounted TV.

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shibani_joshi_monster, CES 2013

Monster Cable

Shibani Joshi interviewed Monster Cable CEO Noel Lee and celebrities Tyson Beckford and Xzibit, who talked about Dr. Dre headphones.

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samsung 85_inch_tv, CES 2013


Shibani Joshi caught a glimpse of Samsung’s 85-inch television before the booth opened.

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Liz and Tebow, CES 2013

Tim Tebow

FBN’s Liz Claman interviewed Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, who is at CES representing Tivo.

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Gorilla Glass, CES 2013

Corning’s Gorilla Glass

Advertisements for the new Gorilla Glass 3 were on display at CES. The latest variation of Corning’s scratch-resistant display defends against damage better than previous versions, according to the company. Corning also said Gorilla Glass 3 will be used by hardware makers in the second half of 2013.

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shibani-romarley, CES 2013

House of Marley

Shibani Joshi with Rohan Marley, who talked on FBN about House of Marley headphones.

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Life Proof case, CES 2013

LifeProof Waterproof Cases

Markus Wells dips an iPad into a bowl of water to demonstrate the LifeProof Nuud case, which retails for $129.99. Wells said the cases are waterproof to 6.6 feet.

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Golden i-hands, CES 2013

Golden-i hands-free Computer

Golden-i software manager Chris Parkinson demonstrates a wireless, hands-free computer in front of the Verizon booth. The wearable computer was originally designed for a firefighting application and can stream video and infrared cameras.

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Phone Guard kindle, CES 2013

Invisible Phone Guard

Eric Mazzini uses a Kindle Fire as a cutting board to show off the Invisible Phone Guard covering that prevents scratches. The company makes the self-healing covers for over 600 devices.

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LG kitchen, CES 2013


Showgoers check out “smart” kitchen appliances in the LG Electronics booth.

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Panasonic CEO, CES 2013


Panasonic North America CEO Joe Taylor holds the company’s 20-inch 4K tablet.

Ballmer CES 2013


Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer displayed Windows Phone 8 devices, which were first released in the fall. Sprint announced on Monday that it will begin offering Windows phones from Samsung and HTC this summer.

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Lenovo Monopoly


Lenovo showed off its Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, a 27-inch tablet computer displaying the game of Monopoly, during an Intel press conference. Intel announced improvements to its own processors, one of which will have an all-day battery life.

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Paul Jacobs, CES 2013, Qualcomm


Qualcomm’s chief executive Paul Jacobs gave a pre-show keynote address Monday night, unveiling his company’s Snapdragon 800 and 600 processors. Jacobs said the new chips, which are 75% faster, will be used in mobile devices by the middle of this year.


Samsung TV, CES 2013


Samsung Electronics executive vice president Joe Stinziano stands next to an 85-inch Ultra High Definition television, one of several models unveiled by the company. Samsung also showed the CES crowd a new 55-inch OLED television and new “smart” televisions that have Internet access built-in. The F8000 LED television can recognize verbal commands and hand gestures, similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect.

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Joe Clayton, DISH, CES 2013


Dish Network, whose chief executive Joe Clayton held a press conference Monday, announced improvements to its Hopper DVR system. A built-in Slingbox will allow customers to watch television on mobile devices.

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DISH Network, DISH, Sling, CES 2013

Dish Hopper DVR

With the new Dish Hopper DVR with Sling, Dish Network subscribers can view content on mobile devices at no additional cost. The company unveiled the system on the first day of CES.

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Sony CEO, CES 2013


In an interview Tuesday with FBN’s Shibani Joshi, Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai showed off the new Xperia Z waterproof smartphone.

Sony Next Generation X

Sony Next Generation X Headphones

Phil Molyneux, president and chief operating officer of Sony Electronics, holding Next Generation X headphones, which the company said have a slimmer profile than its current offering.

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Sony NEX FS700, CES 2013

Sony NEX-FS700 Camcorder

The new Sony NEX-FS700 camcorder will be able to record in 4K when a firmware upgrade expected this summer is made available.

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New Products at CES

A look at companies and products making headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. 

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