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Video: CES Excess, SDN Startups & Sloppy Hackers

This Week In 60 Seconds highlights wild gadgets from CES, profiles young SDN companies, and more.

Finish your Friday with a peak at this week’s hot tech stories. As CES wraps up another year of gadget mania, we ask whether you really need a wireless dog collar. We also look at 10 hot startups in the SDN space, dig into Google Fiber, and get the FBI’s take on why it pins the Sony hack on North Korea.

You can find links to the full stories below. And don’t forget to answer our question of the week: What technology at CES are you most excited about seeing? Join the conversation in the comments section.

CES 2015 Gadgets: Great Or Silly?

10 SDN Startups On The Cutting Edge

Google Fiber, Utility Poles & The FCC

FBI Director Says “Sloppy” North Korean Hackers Gave Themselves Away

Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop. View Full Bio
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