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This week, we're bringing you not one, not two but three episodes of the TechCrunch Gadgets podcast, live from CES. Every morning, we look back at the news coming out of the show.
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Poor Romain. Being TechCrunch's only remaining intern, we had him brave the New York City night and blog from the iPhone 5 line. He did it like a champ. And now he's sleeping. In his Aol cubicle.
As you should already know, the <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2012/09/18/iphone-5-review/">iPhone 5</a> is upon us. The phone goes on sale tomorrow morning, with doors opening at 8am Eastern Time. T