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Redesigned News Feed will change everything about the way we Facebook now

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This afternoon, Facebook made an announcement so bold, so incredible, so — dare I say? — groundbreaking that the very foundations of the way we stalk our exes and look to see which of our enemies have gained weight may be forever altered.

The basic gist: Pictures on News Feed — wait for it, wait for itare about to get bigger.

Not just a little bigger — a lot bigger. Like, super big, as you can see from the photo above. Additionally, Facebook will be reducing News Feed’s clutter by allowing users to sort which information appears — it’ll soon be possible to view just updates from all of your friends, just photos posted by your friends, just posts from the properties you “like,” and so on — adding little maps to the posts that appear when a user checks into a location, and changing the site’s interface so that it better resembles Facebook’s mobile interface. READ FULL STORY

CES 2013 preview: Rise of the robots, plus phablets and Ultra HD

If you suddenly felt a change in the air – as if a million voices suddenly cried out in terror (or joy)– fear not. That’s just the stampeding herd of 200,000 or so gadget fanatics converging on Las Vegas for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The largest such convention of its kind (if not all kinds) CES is like New York Fashion Week for geeks – a chance for electronics makers big and small to tout their latest breakthroughs and innovations, and for gadgethounds to salivate over the hi-tech gear that (in theory) will eventually hit store shelves.

Even though the show doesn’t officially open until Tuesday, a few trends are already emerging from press releases and the gauntlet of early press conferences by the towering electronics giants that have already taken place. As always we’re hoping for a few surprises (oh lord, please let there be surprises) and we’ll post some of the standout products we happen upon over the next few days. For now, though here’s a few of the trends we’re expecting this year:
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