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TWICE in Photos: CES

CES officially opens today with 2,700 exhibitors and an expected 140,000 attendees.

“There is only so much you can do with internal growth within the same customer group [retailers] and the same manufacturers in Asia,” John Shalam, Audiovox told TWICE in an exclusive interview.

LCD TVs in Philips 2008 7000 series will use a new design signature that the company hopes to repeat through other product categories.

We are still very committed to the plasma business, which is in the midst of making the shift from being a price-oriented flat-panel solution to now offering more compelling solutions in 1080p.” —Tim Baxter, Samsung

Attempts to replicate mobile phone features — such as the use of large color LCD screens with photo caller ID — to lure the cellular generation into cordless have largely flopped, said Matt Ramage, senior product development VP, VTech.

Lenovo is hoping to make a splash in the consumer market with its latest laptop line.

The Jensen JiMS-525 from Spectra features HD radio, iPod dock and iTunes tagging.

Thomson’s new GE Photo Phone combines a 7-inch digital frame with a DECT cordless phone.

Sony’s Mylo communicator/PMP

Jensen’s HD5212 CD receiver with built-in HD Radio shipped in December at a street price of $139.

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Gateway’s FX7020 has the AMD Phenom 9600 quad-core processor.

Part of the expected 140,000 attendees get ready to enter the show floor on Day 1.

Yahoo! CEO Jerry Yang unveiled the company's effort to expand its mobile offerings with the new Yahoo! Mobile 3.0 software


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