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Highlights of the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow
Welcome to the show
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, delivers his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011, where he provided updates on Kinect for Xbox 360 and Windows Phone, and also previewed several new Windows PC devices coming to market
Mitch Singer, CTO for Sony Pictures Entertainment
Lenovo showed its first tablet computer called the LePad. It will go on sale in China later this quarter. Models for other countries will follow later this year.
LG demonstrates 3D TV with less flicker
Lady Gaga introduces the new Polaroid range
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, showed the kind of tiny, integrated chips that the next version of Windows will be able to run on. The low-power chips are better suited to devices like tablet PCs.
Asustek CEO, Jonney Shih, shows off the Eee Pad Transformer
Lady Gaga with Polaroid's GL30 camera
LG connected TV
Colorful iPhone covers
The panel of industry executives from movie studios, tech firms and electronics makers
A prototype Toshiba Qosmio laptop with 3D screen
Steven Sinofsky, president of Microsoft's Windows and Windows Live Division, explains how the next Windows release will run on system-on-chip architectures including Arm processors. Here he shows one of the tine integrated devices.
AMD Fusion is in the Lenovo ThinkPad X120e
Samsung LED TV
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, announces the next version of the Windows operating system will support System on a Chip (SoC) architectures to power the next generation of PCs and other devices
Intel showed off the Avaya Flare tablet-like device. It has an Atom chip and uses Google's Android 2.1 software.
Cisco's John Chambers addresses press and analysts
OLPC CTO, Ed McNierney, shows the XO-1.75 laptop
Sony's prototype 3D head-mount display
Women in ICT Awards
ARN Innovation Awards