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With my ears still ringing from the roar of a thousand TVs on the floor of the International Consumer Electronics Show, I’m going to use this week’s column to answer a few questions readers asked about new products at the annual gadget bazaar. Read more.
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The International Consumer Electronics Show, held this week in Las Vegas, is above all a showcase of products and services that should be hitting the market over the next year or so.
Here’s what caught our eye as we roamed the trade-show floor, looking for the good, the bad and the wacky.
Nokia announces $1M challenge to make app for developing world
Nokia announced a $1 million competition for developers to make mobile applications to improve the lives of people living on less than $5 day. The winner of the Venture Challenge will be announced in June and receive a $1 million investment from the Finnish maker of mobile phones. Read more.