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Posted at 9:47 AM ET, 01/10/2011

CES 2011: Top five tweets from Cecilia

By Hayley Tsukayama

Cecilia Kang was on the scene at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show last week and tweeting up a storm. You can follow her here @ceciliakang, but here's a sampling of her top tweets from Las Vegas as she caught up with tech policy big shots at the show:

At a talk on Consumer Electronics Association president Gary Shapiro:

Shapiro: applauds FCC plan for more spectrum for mobile broadband. but doesn't like other regulations on high-tech business #ces2011less than a minute ago via web

From Verizon head Ivan Seidenberg's keynote:

VZW: to double 38 market LTE 4G launch in next 6 months, will blanket country in 3 years #moblity #ces2011less than a minute ago via web

Following a speech and Q&A with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski:

FCC Chair says spectrum plans don't need to take long, could be up for auction by next year if plans proceed #ces2011less than a minute ago via web

At a fireside chat between Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and the Huffington Post's Ariana Huffington's:

Hastings on Netflix in 10 yrs: global player, best friend of consumers, content producers -- making content producers lots of money #ces2011less than a minute ago via web

An exclusive chat with Chairman Genachowski as he tried the XBox Kinect:

Watch FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski play Kinect: http://wapo.st/10zwQ #ces2011 #netneutrality #broadband #mobility #internettv #ces2011less than a minute ago via web

See Faster Forward for the Top Tweets from tech columnist and reporter Rob Pegoraro.

By Hayley Tsukayama  | January 10, 2011; 9:47 AM ET
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