FROM Dylan Tweney
Oh, the Gadgets We'll See When it comes to communications, content is supposed to be king, but these days it's all about new technology. Yesterday it was the Nexus One smart-phone from Google. Does the future hold a tablet from Apple? That question is already part of the buzz at the world's biggest consumer electronics show , which begins in Las Vegas tomorrow. Dylan Tweney is there for Wired magazine, where he's senior editor specializing in the coverage of new gadgets.
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