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The CES Lowdown: 1-10-12

A look at what’s been going on at the giant electronics show that is CES

»  Panasonic flirts with irrelevance with MySpace TV partnership: How about that, Myspace! You guys remember them, right? (CNET)

»  @ CES: *Microsoft* mails in last keynote appearance, wasting everyone’s time: If Microsoft’s idea of a rollicking CES keynote was that performance, the show is better off for their loss. (paidContent)

»  Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime running Android 4.0 (hands-on video): Nvidia showed off this interesting tablet from Asus, one of the first tablets to run Android 4.0. (The Verge)

»  *Sony* fights the OLED future with new ‘Crystal LED’ prototype (Update: Hands-on!): OLED televisions have been the future of television for what seems like a very long time, and Sony (NYSE: SNE) highlighted one of its takes on the concept during its press conference. (Engadget)

»  @ CES: *Nokia* determined to battle in America with Lumia 900: It has been a long exile from what is now the world’s most important mobile market for Nokia (NYSE: NOK), and it’s pinning its comeback hopes on a new Windows Phone device on AT&T’s network. (paidContent)

»  This BlackBerry booth makes me sad: Oh, Research in Motion (NSDQ: RIMM). It’s fair to say the BlackBerry is not the mobile gadget at the heart of CES 2012. (Gizmodo)

»  Why 3D TV went from CES darling to consumer reject: Revisiting the CES darling of the last two years, the 3D television. (Wired)

More in our CES archives.