January 9, 2013 Video
January 9, 2013 Video Transcript
Hi. I'm Bridget Carey here at CNET's live stage and here at CES 2013, we have a ton of videos. We're pumping out for you so in our video playlist today, we have a few highlights you might want to pick on. There's the Samsung's curved OLED television. I don't know why you'd want a curved TV but you know what, it's cool. They kinda made a concept [unk] so check it out. And we also have a look at the Pebble watch. We talked with the CEO. You got to check it out. It's a lot cooler than what I got on right now. And you have to also see LL Cool J's interview with Brian Tong. It's a lot of fun. All that and more, so much more on CNET today. Thanks for watching.
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