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CES 2011 LIVE Streaming Updates: Everything You Need To Know (VIDEO)

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The 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2011), is about to begin in Las Vegas, Nevada, showcasing the latest and greatest in technology.

The annual event is slated for Jan. 6 to Jan. 10, and you can follow it non-stop with our live coverage below. Watch the live streaming video feed throughout the technology tradeshow, view the latest tweets in the right column and see the latest updates with our live blog.

See a complete list of speakers and sessions for this year's event at the CES website.

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Another mock-up of Apple's newest iPad has appeared at CES, this time teasing a few new features. It might not be an official Apple leak, but the potential is quite enticing. See a 360 view of the dummy here.

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Sony's new CyberShot camera jumped on the 3D bandwagon with five new models offering a still shot 3D mode. Read about it and see photos of the camera here.

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It's Dell's Streak 7. Take a look at the sneak peak of the product (including video) here.

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Can't wait to see the future of mobile computing? Here's some pics and video of the newest slew of tablets to debut at CES, from Engadget.

Blackberry Playbook

Acer Iconia

Panasonic Vierra Tablets

NEC Dual-Screen Tablet

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We've seen combination tablet/laptops before, but Motorola's Atrix is one of the first smartphone/PCs. Learn more about it here.

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HuffPost Tech Editor Bianca Bosker discovered the world's largest Consumer Electronics Show is not all gizmos and gadgets. Have a look at its secret side here.

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The Android 3.0 'Honeycomb' mobile platform is designed specifically for Tablet PCs. Learn all about it here (including video).

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer blogs for HuffPostTech, sharing the full remarks of his keynote, which kicked of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.

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This supposed iPad 2 case spotted by Engadget includes a mockup of Apple's next generation tablet that could hold clues regarding the future form of the iPad.

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Motorola took the wraps off its answer to the iPad: The Xoom. (PHOTOS)

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