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What's New At CES 2015?

Hungry? How would you like to print a pizza and eat it?
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Hungry? How would you like to print a pizza and eat it? Would you like a car that drives itself or wireless chargers for all your gadgets? All of these devices and much more were unveiled in Las Vegas at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This article describes advances in new technologies that will soon be available to you including Internet TV allowing you to wirelessly stream your favorite shows through your Xbox, iPad, or Kindle Fire for $20 a month and a glasses-free 3-D, AK television over 100 inches wide. Four techies discuss their favorites in a YouTube Video on the site. You don’t want to miss this one!

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