Wearables Are in Fashion

We're halfway through this year's Consumer Electronics Show, which seems to feature actual new products this year, unlike recent shows. As usual, there are bigger TVs, but there are also some curved ones -- even a bendable one from Samsung. While that is fine for some, thus far, the show has been about wearables and autos, at least for me.

A number of smartphone and tablet models were shown off as well, but those who have been following my views on those markets know that the new announcements only signal that the ante is being upped for those bloodbaths. I can call it a bloodbath given the recent results from not just Blackberry (BBRY), but also HTC. Oh, and one quick note on those TVs: Before you get all excited and want to pick one up ahead of Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 2), most, if not all, those cutting edge TVs won't be available until much later in 2014....445 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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