In pictures: new gadgets on display at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Joe Stinziano, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics of America, introduces a 105-inch, curved UHD television during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NevadaReuters
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Hollywood director Michael Bay speaks during a Samsung Electronics news conference. Bay, who was invited on stage at the CES technology trade show in Las Vegas to talk about Samsung's new 105in curved Ultra HD television, fluffed his lines, before apologising and leaving, having appeared in front of hundreds of journalists and industry professionals for just over a minuteReuters
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Jong Soo Kim gives a demonstration of Moneual's Rydis H68 Pro Hybrid Robot Vacuum, which can vacuum, mop floors and use smart vision technology to map out floor plansReuters
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Tony Antolino, Chief Marketing Officer for EyeLock, demonstrates the Myris, a USB-powered iris scanner. The software converts iris characteristics to a unique code that can be used to unlock your computerReuters
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Journalists get a look at a curved OLED Ultra HD television by LG ElectronicsReuters
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A Schwinn CycleNav, which links with a smartphone and gives visible and audio directions to the rider, is displayed on a bicycleReuters
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A Zepp sensor is shown on a golf glove. The sensors, available for golf, baseball and tennis, analyse 1,000 data points per second to create 3D representations of a player's swingReuters
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A Sony 85-inch Bravia XBR-X950B 4K television is unveiled during a Sony news conference at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NevadaReuters
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Nanda Ramachandran, vice president of Samsung Telecommunications America, holds up a Galaxy Tab Pro tablet, which features four-pane multiwindow multitaskingReuters
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Mike Fasulo, president and COO of Sony Electronics, holds a Sony FDR-AX100 4K camcorder which is expected to retail in the US for 00Reuters
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A visitor tests the Reign health tracker bracelet by Jaybird, which monitors activity and sleep. The 9.00 device is expected to be in stores in May 2014.Reuters
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A TREWGrip keyboard which faces away from the user but allows people to type and enter data into a tablet while standing up is demonstrated at the showReuters
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A Prong iPhone case, which has a fold-out plug that allows the phone to plug directly into the outlet, is displayed at CES 2014Reuters