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The Daily Slash: January 3, 2011

The Daily Slash: January 3, 2011

IT HAS BEGUN! We are less than... 12 hours away from the biggest electronics and tech show of the year. Oh man is it CES? Yes it is. We're there, we're all pumped up, and we're about to give you such a coverage as you have never seen. You'd better get just as pumped up as we are about this. On the other hand, it's time to get eternally fearful like Evan, who columns My First CES, & Why I’m Scared Out of my Mind. Next, check out Chris Davies' column by the name of CES 2011: The Tablet Reboot. Don Reisinger brings up a find column point on I’m Bored With Nintendo’s First-Party Games. And take a peek at one gigantoric monster desktop replacement notebook review of the HP ENVY 17 3D Review by yours truly. And just SEE if you can sleep, just SEE if you can get a wink of sleep now that you know CES is tomorrow, starting bright and early. Morning time. CES. Be there. Be here.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 3 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 3 2011

Welcome to 2011! Are you ready for CES?! We've got the bulk of our crew heading out to Las Vegas today to bring you all the news as fast as we can deliver it - and that means instantly! Check us out here on SlashGear and on Android Community for up-to-the-minute updates straight from the source this whole week! But first, this morning, take a peek as Nintendo 3DS poses for clear spy shots [Update: Video!] Get your fanboy out and freak as a brand new DIY Return of the Jedi Lightsaber allows you to get as close as yet possible to making your own real one. Stay pumped up as the PS3 hack Geohot roots the system and takes Sony security to the shop for a cleaning. Take a peek at a big fat review of the HP ENVY 17 3D monstrous desktop replacement notebook by yours truly. Discover the past and the future of Nintendo in a column by Don Reisinger by the name of I’m Bored With Nintendo’s First-Party Games. Check it - as Nexus S overclocked to 1.2GHz with new Bionix NS1 kernel, and the Android SMS bug has now been updated to “Critical” priority. Wacky times are starting here on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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