AllThingsD Week in Review: Nokia’s Android Phone, Bitcoin Funding and Facebook the Newspaper

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.
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Sony Plans a 4K Fest for CES

The company is focusing on the next generation of high-def video as part of its effort to reclaim lost ground at the high end of the consumer electronics market.
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Yahoo’s Mayer, Cisco’s Chambers Join Lineup of CES 2014 Keynote Speakers

The Consumer Electronics Association said Tuesday that Cisco CEO John Chambers and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will be among the keynote speakers at CES 2014 in Las Vegas next January. Chambers and Mayer join Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Audi Chairman Rupert Stadler and Sony CEO Kaz Hirai.

Woojer Wants to Be Both a Gadget for Gamers and a Helpful Oomph for the Hearing Impaired

SanDisk founder and Woojer investor Eli Harari says the device could be a trojan horse for good — if it gets funded on Kickstarter.
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Have $9K to Spare? Samsung’s Curved OLED, Multi-View TV Is Here.

Samsung’s new TV lets you watch — and hear — two different programs on the same screen.
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That CBS/CNET/Dish Story Won’t Go Away

The trade group that runs CES re-awards Dish an award that CNET wanted to give it four weeks ago. And for good measure, says it’s cutting ties with CNET, too.
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Pebble Smart Watch Starts Shipping (Well, Less Than 500 of Them)

Yes, we’re still talking about when the Pebble will ship.
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Dish Toots Its Own Horn, Since CBS Won’t

And the New York Times is happy to help.
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Overheard at CES

It’s metadata-powered evolutionary media and entertainment.

— From “Overheard at CES: Mumblings of the Tired and Extremely Nerdy,” on The Verge

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CBS Quashes CNET Award for Dish’s Ad-Skipping DVR

CNET disclosed Monday that it had originally picked Dish Network Corp.’s controversial ad-skipping device to receive its top award at the Consumer Electronics Show last week, before CNET’s parent company, CBS Corp, forced it to reverse course.

CES Is So Infectious (Comic)