The CES Lowdown: 1-12-12

Here’s a look at what’s been going on at the giant electronics show that is CES:
»  Nokia (NYSE: NOK) Could Sell 37 Million Windows Phones This Year: The Lumia 900 is probably the one product launched at CES that made everyone take notice, and financial analysts are starting to think it could really pay off for Nokia and Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT). (AllThingsD)
»  @ CES: Dell Sets The Stage For Yet Another Stab At Making A Tablet: Dell didn’t put much on that stage–it refused on comment on the most basic of details, whether it will run Android or Windows 8–but there’s little doubt that the company would like to be considered a factor in mobile personal computing. (paidContent)
»  Sony (NYSE: SNE) is bringing its Music Unlimited streaming service to iOS soon: It will be interesting to see how Sony’s streaming service plays alongside Apple’s iTunes offerings. (VentureBeat)
»  Google (NSDQ: GOOG) TV product manager Rishi Chandra: ‘Android is going to be a successful operating system on TVs’: One of these days! We’re gonna show you! Just wait until next year! (The Verge)
»  @ CES: A Year Later, iPad Competitors Much Quieter: Android tablets were the toast of CES 2011. In 2012, they are still there but in much more modest ways. (paidContent)
»  Fever Dream of a Guilt-Ridden Gadget Reporter: Fear and loathing in the Central Hall with Gizmodo’s Mat Honan. (Gizmodo)