id=“article-body“ class=“row“ section=“article-body“> Happy new year! As the fog of new year’s eve hangovers finally give way to the optimism of new year’s resolutions, we take a look at the gadgets that will rock our world in 2014, from 4K to the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the iPhone 6. The year in gadgets kicks off next week in Las Vegas, where we join the best and the rest of the technology industry for CES, the annual trade show where tech titans lay out their wares.
That means we’ll see 4K, OLED, curved tellies and much, much more. For the first news, previews, videos and hands-on first impressions check out ces.cnet.com. For all our latest podcasts, news, product reviews and exciting videos on your phone or tablet, all you have to do is search your app store of choice for ‚CNET Global‘ and latest news download the CNET app from the Apple App Store for your iPhone and iPad or from Google Play for your Android device.
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