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Part of Panasonic's booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Jan. 8, 2013.
If you're trying to keep up on the latest tech news from CES 2013, you could read every story down below, or you could join us for a recap of some of the highlights at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. NBC News' Wilson Rothman be in the Panasonic booth, chatting it up with the hosts of the Live@CES program. Best of all, you can watch it right here and enter your questions below, or send them to Wilson at @wjrothman.
Our top CES 2013 stories are below, but if you want to follow all of the action, here's your chance.
- Best part of CES? Trying to break gadgets
- Samsung rethinks Smart TV (and we're impressed)
- ‘Ultra high definition’ TVs likely to become mainstream next year
- China's manufacturers vie to be the next Samsung or Sony
- The age of Samsung
- LG bringing OLED TV to US in March for $12,000
- Intel wants your next computer to be like a Kinect
- Peep this! Eye-tracking capabilities could be added to nearly any computer
- First table — no, not tablet — PC comes from Lenovo