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  1. You Can Now Have Your Very Own A.I. Personal Robot Lady Friend

    If you have no fear of death at the hands of robot overlords, I guess.

    Did no one see Her? Or Battlestar Galactica? Or like... any piece of fiction where teaching robots to be our friendly BBFs/have any artificial intelligence ever is a horrible idea?

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  2. CES Study Shows Millennials Prefer Netflix and Streaming TV, Surprising No Millennials Whatsoever

    Was this not something non-millennials were aware of?

    A study presented at the Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated that millennials value Netflix subscriptions more than cable or broadcast TV, which you can probably corroborate with the fact that you've watched nothing but Gilmore Girls on Netflix for the past month and actually had to pause it to write read this story.

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  3. Intel Wants Diversity in the Workplace, Puts $300 Million Where Their Mouth Is

    "This isn't just good business, it's the right thing to do."

    What's the best way to help your image after accidentally taking sides in a gender-based smear campaign in the video game world? Put forth millions of dollars toward getting more women in the industry. Oh, and they promoted Feminist Frequency. I believe they call this a mic drop.

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  4. This Robotic Spider Dress Will Attack Anyone Who Comes At You Wrong

    Perfect for being in public at any time!

    If you want a dress that makes people stay the eff out of your personal space on the subway, fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht has the perfect holiday gift for you.

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  5. Watch Sony’s CES Conference Live Tonight to See New Sony Tech

    Oh, right, Sony makes electronics that are not video games.

    Sony's press conference for the Consumer Electronics Show will broadcast live tonight and show you all of the advancements you can expect in upcoming Sony technology. It might also contain an appearance of their rumored virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4, so we'll be watching excitedly when it starts at 5PM PST.

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  6. Sounds From Google Glass Will Vibrate Your Skull

    Listening to traditional headphones is so completely 2012. That's why Google Glass wants to rattle your brain cage directly by sending vibrations straight through your skull instead of using normal speakers. The technology is called "bone conduction" and we saw a few examples of it at CES this year. It's not exactly new, but it hasn't caught on in the mainstream just yet. Looks like Google is going to cram as much technology people aren't used to using into Glass as they can.

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  7. The BBC Investigates Booth Babes At International CES [VIDEO]

    Consider the Following

    Last year, the BBC delved into the great Booth Babe debate at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and decided to do a follow-up to see if anything had changed. It hadn't. While Booth Babes, attractive women hired to promote a product at a convention, are always a hot topic, some consider their inclusion at CES to be especially problematic considering it's a professional trade convention. What do you think? Should these models be removed from the equation, should men be added to even things out, or do you not see their inclusion as an issue at all? (via Bonnie Burton) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  8. Is This The ‘Steam Box?’ — Detail Light, Valve Branded “Piston” Debuts At CES

    This morning brought some eagerly-awaited details about Valve's upcoming foray into the console/set-top box gaming world from the company's apparent partner on the so-called Steam Box, hardware manufacturer Xi3. The company, which specializes in tiny, high-performance PCs was on hand with a Valve-branded piece of hardware known for the moment as 'Piston.' What else do we know about the little box that might be Valve's inroad to living rooms across the nation? Precious little, for now.

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  9. Samsung Smart Window is Like a Giant Transparent iPad

    Whenever you're cruising through CES announcements and demos, you're always looking for that one thing that ignites that spark of excitement in your chest, lights up your eyes, and makes you realize that we're living in the future. Well, the Samsung Smart Window will deliver. The Samsung Smart Window is a window, but it's a display. It's a giant transparent touchscreen you can use as a window. It's a see-through, window iPad. It's amazing.

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  10. 900 Pound iPod Dock Drops the Heaviest of Bass

    The biggest problem with tech these days is that everything is getting smaller. That is why I strongly approve of Behringer and their new iNuke iPod dock announced at CES 2012. This baby weighs 900 pounds, requires a double door to even get into a house, and is too big to even function as a desk or table or something. It's so big that it is severely inconvenient and practically useless for the average person; exactly how I like my speakers. Needless to say, the bass this bad boy drops could probably kill you, but that's part of the fun. Behringer has miraculously gotten a few pre-orders for the insane device, and I say more power to them. Apple, I'm looking at you for a giant iPhone. I want to be able to hollow it out and live inside.

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