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.
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Turn heads as you blow by traffic in this roadster convertible from Mercedes.
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This bare-bones Italian supercar drops pretty much everything not needed for driving fast.
America's workplace got safer last year. But these workers were still at a much higher risk of fatal injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These designers are changing the way we dress, accessorize and shop, from custom made-to-fit dresses to smart jewelry that's actually stylish.
Graduates with bachelor's degrees from these U.S. colleges earn some of the highest salaries in the country, according to a report from PayScale.
The new Mercedes AMG GT takes serious aim at the market for two-door sports cars.
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