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Around the Web 1.12.09: CES roundup, Barack Obama's BlackBerry and shows on

January 12, 2009 |  8:54 am

Checking out TVs at CES -- CES, we hardly knew ye. Another episode of the gadget trade show has come and gone. In case you missed any of our copious CES coverage, here's a roundup. LAT

-- It's never too early to look ahead to next year's show. Apple: Goodbye, Macworld. Hello, CES? CNet

-- If he gets to keep it, President-elect Barack Obama's BlackBerry could be a prime target for "hackers, spies and other snoops." NYT

-- CBS adds more than 1,000 shows to, the website it picked up through its acquisition of CNET Networks. LAT

-- Facebook, Google, Microsoft and GoodGuide are among the winners of the second annual Crunchies awards. TechCrunch

-- What's the difference between a $150 HDMI cable and a $15 one? SF Gate

-- Seagate Technology is laying off 10% of its workers and has tapped a new CEO. Stephen Luczo is in as chief, Bill Watkins is out. VentureBeat

-- Chris Gaither

Photo: A CES visitor looks at Samsung TVs. Credit: Jae C. Hong / Associated Press