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For the last couple years we've been covering the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's the biggest tradeshow in the world for electronics, and there is always a lot of interesting items and news about the ups and downs of the industry. Today I'm off to CES to dig up the best and worst of consumer electronics. We have high hopes that this year will show us some great progress in the areas that matter -- from smart grid services and software to super low-energy electronics to gadgets designed with cradle-to-cradle principles -- and I'm heading to that strange city in the desert to bring you all the green gadget news I can find. Check out some of our past coverage for a taste of what to expect. Follow Jaymi on Twitter for coverage of CES 2011
Sampling From CES 2010:
CES 2010 - Just How Green Was It? 5 Impressions and Suggestions
CES 2010 - Green Tour Highlights Energy Management, Efficiency and Solar Power
Consumer Electronics Show 2010 - A Steaming Pile of Hypocrisy? Does it Really Matter?
CES 2010 - eReaders Go Bonkers At CES, Sales Expected to Double...Should We Be Scared?
CES 2010 - CEA Backs Stance on NYC e-Cycling Lawsuit and California TV Efficiency Regulations (Video)
CES 2010 - Martin LaMonica Leads Panel on Getting Gadgets (and Consumers) to Go Green
CES 2010 - Greenpeace Ranks Nokia As Top Green Gadget Company
Sampling From CES 2009:
CES 2009: It's a Wrap! A Review of TreeHugger's Trip to CES
CES 2009: Toxic TV Zombies Invade Las Vegas
CES 2009: The Greener Gadgets Wild Goose Chase
CES2009: Greenpeace Speaks Up About Green Gadgets
CES 2009: Green Is Here, But It's Sent to Stand in the Corner