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18 Attention Grabbers From CES Opening Night

OK, so the recession is still lurking like a hungry panther, but that doesn't mean people aren't still captivated by the latest gadgets. Although CES 2010 isn't as big as in previous years, exhibitors at a special opening night event Tuesday showed off products that were dazzling, intriguing, and often downright amusing. Here we offer a glimpse of 18 products that had onlookers jostling for a better look.

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Wuala, a free secure online storage service from French storage hardware vendor LaCie, at CES 2010 offered a glimpse of what it thinks the future of cloud-based storage for consumers will look like. Wuala users start out with 1 GB of free storage, and they can obtain additional capacity by trading their idle disk space or by purchasing more storage.



Wuala files are encrypted before leaving the user's computer, which means no one, not even LaCie, has access to the files. If security is a hurdle for companies looking to get into the cloud, Wuala's service looks like it could assuage their concerns.



 
 
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