Jan. 3, 2011 at 10:12 AM ET
The tech world descends on Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show on Thursday, where all manner of TVs, video players, cameras, computers and phones are unveiled.
And as with every year, the porn world descends on Las Vegas for the Adult Entertainment Expo on Friday, where all manner of ... um ... are revealed. (Coincidence?)
Check it out! A dude totally invented a personal beer robot! (No word on whether beer robot will appear at either of the aforementioned conventions.)
Speaking of robots, iRobot revealed its new Roomba 700 and Sooba 230. Consumer Reports was never big on the floor-cleaning efficiency of past Roomba and Scooba models, but as even my clean-freak sister agrees, "Who cares?! They're robots!"
Having a hard time wrapping your head around Facebook's 50 billion valuation and what exactly that means? Here's a handy infographic to help you out.
Speaking of Facebook -- how many times do I have to tell you kids that just because you read it on the world's all-consuming social network still doesn't mean it's true! And yet, that "Teenage Mom Jailed" scam continues to spread.
Meanwhile, the "Digital Newstand War" taking place on tablets -- well, iPad anyway -- continues to rage.
Vizio spilled the details on its VIA tablet, VIA phone and VIA Plus HDTVs and Blu-ray players with Google TV.
What's more, Toshiba announced its unnamed Tegra 2-powered Android tablet.
Hey! Want to know what it looked like to work at Bell Labs in the 1960s? One word: Fabulous!