From ultrabooks to an obnoxious iPod dock, the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show ran the gamut from "great" to "really?"
CES's massive show floor also is home to plenty of less-hyped but quirkier gadgets. Here are eight that got our attention.
Nintendo's next Wii console literally changes the game.
Microsoft ended its two-decade CES run with a stunt-packed event featuring Ryan Seacrest, and a few nuggets of news on Windows 8 and Kinect.
These classic cars went for seven figure sums at the world's premier classic car event.
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It's not easy to wrap great looks around a small, inexpensive car. But the designers behind these five models totally nailed it.
London is now cheaper than New York and Hong Kong, according to Savills' latest ranking of residential and office rental costs.
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Many graduates from the Indian Institute of Technology have gone on to start and lead global tech companies. Here are a few of the most notable alums.
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