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CyberLink showcases their cross-platform AI and facial recognition FaceMe technology being demonstrated at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Shenzhen Dewe robot mower has an LCD display with settings menu, timer and scheduler, a three-pivot blades cutting system, brushless cutting motor, password protection setting, and an emergency switch, shown here in its two versions at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The ROBOTIS OP2 is billed as a miniature humanoid research robot, with advanced computational power, sophisticated sensors, high payload capacity, and dynamic motion ability to enabling the robot to be used for research, education, and outreach activities, shown here kicking a ball at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Yujin Robot GoCart is an autonomous transport delivery system designed for factories, hospitals and hotels on display at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Eken V5 smart wireless WiFi visual doorbell 720P PIR video phone security camera, along with other models, are shown on display at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The iFLYTEK Easy Trans 2.0 Portable Smart Electronic Voice Language Translator device is a 2-way electronic pocket voice translator for a variety of languages, shown here at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Pudubot is on display at the Pudu booth at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Sharp offers vital sign monitors for your pets at CES International in Las Vegas.

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An attendee tests the Miku baby sleep and breathing monitor at the Miku booth at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Raybaby baby sleep and breathing monitors are on display at the Raybaby booth at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Polaroid shows off a variety of 3D printers at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Sensel shows off its latest touch technology running water over a device to demonstrate that it still works, at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Mary Mendiola wears the Owlet Band pregnancy monitor at the Owlet booth at CES International, in Las Vegas. The device can track fetal heart rate, kicks and contractions.

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Jaehee Chang, right, touches the Liku robot at the Torooc booth at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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People touch Kiki robots at the Zoetic AI booth at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Walker robot grabs a soda can during a demonstration at the Ubtech booth at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Michael Moskowitz, president, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, holds an S Series camera during a Panasonic news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Archibald e-gardener app, left, and Super Sensor, right, are on display at the Connected Garden booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas. The Super Sensor, over a 24-hour period, can analyze the soil, brightness and climate and recommend types of plants according to preferences. The app has augmented reality and recommends care for specific types of plants.

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AvatarMind has developed service robots like iPal which is based on artificial intelligence, motion control, sensors and power management, and created iPal to deliver on that vision with multiple applications for friendly, fun and functional robot assistants, shown at CES International in Las Vegas. Designed for child education and elder care, iPal is a fully functional humanoid robot with a friendly, playful demeanor, as iPal runs on the Android operating system with extensions for motion, sensor and natural language conversation.

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VARRAM has developed a robot to care for your pets while you are away with the VARRAM Pet Fitness Robot, as the company claims this smart device helps with pet anxiety and playtime, offering real-time rewards, like treats, and activities, using the Varram app, you can set a schedule for your pet via Bluetooth, shown at CES International in Las Vegas.

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From left, the GEMS-H, GEMS-A and GEMS-K gait enhancing and motivating devices are on display in the Samsung booth at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Bot Air air filtering robot is displayed in the Samsung booth at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The one-of-a-kind Omron Forpheus plays table tennis against an Omron staffer at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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JD.com makes two different automated warehouse inspection drones, shown here at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Google Wear OS watches are on display at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The IBM Watson IoT autonomous pod with Aurrigo Tech is voice-controlled on a closed course at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Yoon Lee, senior vice president, Samsung Electronics America, looks at a new front-load washer during a Samsung news conference at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Toyota Research Institute, shows off Toyota's latest autonomous-driving test vehicle, called P4, based on the new-generation Lexus LS500h hybrid luxury sedan, with a roof-mounted assembly with cameras and sensors, and sensors added onto the front fenders, at the Toyota news conference at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Kitti Szasz, the Hungary freestyle soccer champion, performs at the start of the Hisense news conference at CES International in Las Vegas.

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The new Door View Cam is on display at the Ring booth before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Gillette's Heated Razors are on display at the Procter & Gamble booth before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Gill Pratt, CEO of the Toyota Research Institute, talks about the new Toyota Supra at the Toyota news conference at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Yoon Lee, senior vice president, Samsung Electronics America, demonstrates the Bot Care robot during a Samsung news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Hansjoerg Reick looks at a display of Oral-B Genius X smart toothbrushes at the Procter & Gamble booth before CES International in Las Vegas.

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Iris Xuan demonstrates a facial scanner from SK-II, a skin care company, at the Procter & Gamble booth before CES International in Las Vegas. The scanner takes measurements of the user's face to give a "skin age" to help the user pick cosmetic products from the company.

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The KettlebellConnect is on display at the Jaxjox booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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A person demonstrates the Eleclean disinfectant spray at the Eleclean booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas. The device uses water to produce a disinfectant.

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The Air Duo photo and video drone is on display at the Air Selfie booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Hakuto-R shows off its lunar lander, which is scheduled to be part of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket for a 2020 and 2021 missions, shown here at the CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Woobo Inc. displays their stuffed animal interactive companion robots for kids that can answer questions and has other educational content, shown here at the CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Giiro posture coaching robot is on display at the Gaze Lab booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas. The device uses a pressure sensitive pad to help correct the user's posture.

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The Gaze Tray is on display at the Gaze Lab booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas. The device can charge several types of devices at once.

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The Soundbrenner Pulse, the top version is a vibrating metronome, with the newer model also being a watch and a guitar tuner, shown here at the CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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AvatarMind's iPal companion robots are displayed at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Rokid's AR glasses are on display at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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People look through Samsung Gear VR virtual reality goggles at the Samsung booth during CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Mercedes-AMG Project One plug-in hybrid supercar appears on display at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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People experience a skeleton ride with the Samsung Gear VR virtual reality goggles at the Samsung booth during CES International, Tuesday, in Las Vegas.

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Soyoung Han looks at a display representing LG super UHD TV Nano Cell displays during CES International in Las Vegas.

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A model performs at a display for Sony cameras after a Sony news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Samsung's Joseph Stinziano talks about the new Family Hub smart refrigerators during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The new Panasonic Lumix GH5S mirrorless camera is introduced during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Toyota's e-Pallet concept is unveiled during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota Motor Corp., introduces the e-Pallet concept during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The E-Vone smart shoe is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas. The shoes are equipped with an electronic device that will send an alert to medical services or family if the person wearing them happens to fall.

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The Caveasy One connected wine rack is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Mira Fertility, an ovulation monitoring system connected to a smartphone, is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Junior Enrique demonstrates on the Benjilock, a rechargeable lock that uses fingerprint technology, during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Mars earbuds that enable person-to-person translation are on display during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Moodo's smart fragrance box is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Gabriel Pleszowski gets his skin analyzed using Neutrogena's Skin360 and SkinScanner during CES Unveiled at CES International Sunday, in Las Vegas.

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People look through Sony PlayStation VR headsets after a Sony news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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LG's new concept robots are introduced during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Aibo robot dog is on display at the Sony booth after a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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LG's CLOi robot is introduced during a news conference at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The HiMirror Mini, an internet-connected smart mirror with Amazon's Alexa, is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Mayfield Robotics' Kuri home robot is surrounded by attendees during CES Unveiled at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook announces the new iPhone 7 during an event to announce new products in San Francisco.

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A man tries to catch a Pikachu, a Pokemon character, while he plays "Pokemon Go" in front of Kaminarimon, or Thunder Gate, at the Sensoji temple in Tokyo's Asakusa shopping and tourist district.

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People try out a new arcade game at the Game Time International (GTI) Taipei Expo in Taipei, Taiwan. The expo features some of the latest coin-operated entertainment machines including Kiddie Rides Machines, Carnival Game Machines and, Multi-Player Machines.

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Greg Joswiak, vice president of iOS, iPad and iPhone product marketing, announces the new iPhone SE at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California.

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Director of Ringing Bells, Mohit Goel with CEO, Dhaarna Goel during the launch of Smartphone-Ringing Bells Freedom 251, in New Delhi.

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Bhrigu Celly, center, and Prabhu Anbananthan, below, use their phones as they sit next to a mirror in the hallway at CES International, in Las Vegas.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the new iPad during the Apple event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

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Students after receiving laptops from UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at a function in Lucknow.

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Halo 5: Guardians A first person shooter game, the task is to down the Master Chief who has gone missing as war breaks out in the colony worlds threatening the end of the entire galaxy.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II The plot— missions to stop Nicaraguan narco-terrorist Raul Menendez plotting against US, China to get them into a war.

WWE 2K14 A professional wrestling video game, WWE 2K14 is a single player campaign which recreates three decades of WWE history.

World of Warcraft: Defence of the Ancients Popularly known as DOTA, the game is a multi-pla­yer online battle. The objective is for each team to destroy the opponent’s ancient str­uctures at opposing corners.

FIFA 15 Made by EA Games, it’s an association football simulation video game where one cre­ates one’s own “dream squad”and plays aga­i­nst the others as one of the players. You could be Messi!

Get it on Evening sessions at Federation of Gamers, DLF Place mall, Delhi

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A girl using apps at her tablet PC, in New Delhi.

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A girl using apps at her tablet PC, in New Delhi.

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Dola Dasgupta with their kids in New Delhi.

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Nalini Varshney-housewife with there kids in her house, in New Delhi.

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A 13-year-old Indian-origin boy has received a huge investment from Intel for developing a low-cost printer for the blind, making him the youngest tech entrepreneur funded by a venture capital firm. Shubham Banerjee, CEO of the Braille printer maker Braigo Labs, had closed an early round funding with Intel Capital, the company's venture capital arm, last month to develop a prototype of low-cost Braille printer.

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DMK Chief M Karunanidhi surfs a social website on his tablet, in Chennai.

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Actress Lara Dutta Bhupathi during the launch of Samsung Galaxy Alpha Android Smartphone in New Delhi.

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Ken Miyauchi, left, vice president of Softbank, Japanese mobile phone company hugs the first customer of iPhone 6 during a ceremony to mark the first day of sales of the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus at a store in Tokyo.

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People wait to buy the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, outside an Apple store in Hong Kong. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were released on Friday in Hong Kong.

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Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh introduces the first e-Cabinet meeting in Hyderabad, saying good bye to meeting with papers.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Cupertino, California.

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Bollywood actress Kalki Koechlin at the launch of Samsung Galaxy Tab S in New Delhi.

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The app that links to shopping on Amazon.com is shown on the new Amazon Fire Phone in Seattle.

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A man uses his Apple iPhone on a street in Beijing. Apple and China Mobile announced a long-anticipated agreement to bring the iPhone to the world's biggest phone company. The iPhone, once hugely popular in China, has been eclipsed by the rise of lower-priced rival smartphones from Samsung and Chinese companies.

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Customers wait outside an Apple Store to purchase the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C mobile phones in Ahmedabad.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new iPad Air, in San Francisco.

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In this image released by Samsung Electronics Company shows its new Galaxy Round, the world’s first curved display smartphone. With high anticipation for mobile devices with a flexible screen, Samsung Electronics says it is releasing a smartphone with a curved display in South Korea. Samsung said the Galaxy Round has a 5.7-inch OLED screen with a vertical concave. It said the curve makes the device an easy grip despite its size.

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A customer examines a new iPhone 5s at the Nebraska Furniture Mart in Omaha, Neb. as the new iPhone 5c and 5s models go on sale.

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Students with their tablets which they received from Union Minister for Communication and IT Kapil Sibal under 'Vidya Jyothi' programme in Ernakulam, Kerala.

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