Crowded tech field gives rise to new rivalries at CES

There’s 2015 International CES-Day 1nothing unusual about old rivals drawing lines in the sand at the Consumer Electronics Show. Every year, Samsung and LG square off over who has the bigger, better-looking new television.

But at this year’s show, several companies are picking new fights as they try to stake out new technological turf. Here’s a look at some of the most interesting new beefs this year:

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10 hot gifts for the gadget lover

Not gadget gift guide 2013sure what to buy someone? It’s hard to go wrong with technology.

Gadgets are a perennial topper on holiday wish lists. The Consumer Electronics Association, in fact, estimates 74 percent of holiday shoppers will purchase some form of consumer electronics as a present. But determining what’s worth your money can be tricky if you haven’t kept pace with the industry for the past year. Here are a few can’t miss suggestions for your tech-loving friends or loved ones.


CES: Dish previews new HD DVRs

Dish Network is counting on a couple of kangaroos to kick off a new era for its business.

The satellite company unveiled a pair of new flagship set-top boxes dubbed Hopper and Joey at its annual CES press conference on Monday, as well as a new faster broadband satellite Internet service. The new multi-room HD DVR combo will also be part of a new corporate identity.

Read more at Daily Variety