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The mammoth Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which took place in Las Vegas this week, was the usual hotbed of gadget activity. There were plenty of new toys out from the mobile handset vendors as well as more evidence of the web giants' continuing incursion into the wireless space.

James Middleton

January 9, 2008

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CES Las Vegas roundup

The mammoth Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which took place in Las Vegas this week, was the usual hotbed of gadget activity. There were plenty of new toys out from the mobile handset vendors as well as more evidence of the web giants’ continuing incursion into the wireless space.

Microsoft’s Bill Gates also gave his final and eleventh opening keynote at the annual event, accompanied by ex-Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash for a Guitar Hero III-based rendition of “Welcome to the Jungle”. Quality.

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Yahoo makes mobile move

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New Year; new handsets

The Reg has a video of “Welcome to the Jungle” on YouTube:

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