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Video:  The Evolution of the Consumer Electronics Show

The Evolution of the Consumer Electronics Show

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Another January, another CES. Since 1967 The Consumer Electronics Show, held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, has been a fixture of the technology calendar. The first show was held in June in New York City. Since then, CES has showcased the debut of an array of world-changing technologies: the VCR in 1970, the camcorder in 1981, the CD player in 1981, the MiniDisc in 1993, the DVD in 1996, the digital radio in 2000, the Xbox in 2001, Blu-ray in 2003. Read More >>


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LA Mayor Announces Plan to Outfit Every Police Officer With a Body Camera

Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti announced a plan to purchase body cameras for every Los Angeles police officer during a press conference on Tuesday. Garcetti said he plans to set aside money in his next budget to fund the purchase of 7,000 body cameras for LA police officers as part of a plan to equip every officer with the technology. The decision comes amid ongoing controversy over several high-profile police killings that have led to heightened scrutiny of policing practices nationwide.

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Video:  Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 in Threat Against Theaters Showing The Interview; Former Studio Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit

Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 in Threat Against Theaters Showing The Interview; Former Studio Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit

As if there wasn't enough to feel sorry for Sony over. Along with another clump of stolen files, the group that has claimed responsibility for the hacking that has Hollywood rattled sent a warning message this morning regarding the "Christmas gift" it previously promised to those responsible for the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview. Meanwhile, two former Sony employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against the studio in federal court on behalf of themselves and others "similarly situated," alleging that Sony failed to competently protect their personal information. Among the personal data stolen and leaked by the hackers: Social Security numbers, salary information, health care records, severance package details and many private emails.



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Video:  Bob Dylan Performed a Private Concert for One Lucky Superfan

Bob Dylan Performed a Private Concert for One Lucky Superfan

Last month, one incredibly lucky Bob Dylan superfan named Fredrik Wikingsson was treated to a private Dylan concert at Philadelphia's Academy of Music. That gig, with Wikingsson the only person in the audience, was part of a Swedish film series called Experiment Ensam where a lone person takes part in events that hat are usually reserved for large crowds.



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Video:  Takashi Murakami Met Kanye Because of His Sculpture of a Woman

Takashi Murakami Met Kanye Because of His Sculpture of a Woman

In a recent interview with Jay Caspian Kang for New York Times Magazine, one of the most important artists of 2014, Takashi Murakami, spoke about his art since the tsunami of 2011 and about collaborating with Western artists and brands including Louis Vuitton and Kanye West. Before Murakami designed the album cover for Kanye's Graduation album, he says that it was Ye's label that connected the two creatives.

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Video:  Obama Proposes $263 Million for Community Policing Reforms After Ferguson Meeting

Obama Proposes $263 Million for Community Policing Reforms After Ferguson Meeting

President Obama said he is determined to "make things better" between police and communities following a meeting with Ferguson officials, activists and civil rights leaders on Monday. The president called for $75 million in federal spending on 50,000 body cameras for local police officers to record community interactions. The announcement comes a week after a grand jury's decision not to charge the white Ferguson police officer who fatally shot unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was black.

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Fun now. Don`t have to wait for CES to end
Just for Fun Silly stuff at CES 2015 You know that there are bunch of products at CES 2015 that may not make it out in the real world, but are rea Read More
 
CES 2015: New Laptop
Laptops aren't really new, but Velocity Micro is introducing a series of laptops that are new u   Velocity Micro«, the premier builder of a Read More
 
CES 2015: Speaker VAMP
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Connect to any old speaker[/caption] This is really quite cool. áInstead of offering a simple new Read More
 
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This Bluetooth 3.0 speaker has both extraordinary sound and is shower proof! Its tough rubber exterior and splash-resistant shell makes it perfect fo Read More
 

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