Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, January 8, 2014

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The convention facilities in Las Vegas are nothing to sneeze at, but this number is still impressive. At the International Consumer Electronics show this week, two million square feet of exhibit space is being used. And that means a lot of gizmos -- big, small, airborne, and worn. And you’ve heard of Bitcoin, but this week a website surfaced for a new cryptocurrency named after a short man with a high kick: Norris Coin.
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CES 2014: 'The year of sensors'

Some of the most exciting innovations at this year's CES are... sensors.
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Your start-up failed. Congratulations!

Silicon Valley's embrace of failure as a step toward success can be confusing -- especially if you're the venture capitalist that put up the money.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, start-up, failure

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