Gary Shapiro says CES will be huge and full of ninja innovators.
WIth its two newest 3D printers, 3D Systems is pushing 3D printing technology a bit further.
Sharp showed off its latest TV and display products today at CES 2013, but if this is the best it can do, the company is in trouble.
AT&T’s quest to attract developers (and make you hate it less) is off to a strong start in 2013.
We learn how the Hapi fork senses your eating habits.
8K has 16 times the pixels of 1080p HD TV.
Canopy’s Sensus case aims to do more than just protect your iPhone, it will also provide touch controls along the rear and right side of your phone.
Bluestacks’ Android app player will now be pre-installed on Lenovo’s Idea-branded PCs, covering around 40 million systems.
Finally, Fitbit has an activity tracking wristband of its own.
Toshiba has debuted a new, stunning 84-inch television that will challenge Sony and LG in the high-end 4K TV market.
Based on electronics modeled after the human ear, the Audience Smart Sound Processor will enable better voice calls and speech recognition.
AMS’s new TV uses less energy than a common household lightbulb.
While the rise in set-top boxes is usually viewed as a sign that people are cutting their cable TV subscriptions in favor of streaming video, that may soon change.
Mobile gaming graphics look like they’ve finally gone AAA.
Nvidia launches a console that can be played both as a mobile device and living room console.
The chip promises to enable great mobile games as well as cool photography applications.
Fifteen years after launching its first Mindstorms robots, EGO is releasing a new generation of programmable smart toys.
With the new cloud-based gaming system, gamers can log into high-end games on a Smart TV, even though the TV has no serious 3D graphics computing power itself.
Lenovo has introduced the delicious looking ThinkPad Helix laptop/tablet hybrid, with an 11.6-inch tablet that can be attached to a comfy keyboard.
Who needs a rechargeable battery when you’ve got portable fuel cells?
This BodyMedia Core 2 tracker looks fashionable and has four health sensors.
Still, the rate of growth is better than the 1 percent drop in sales in 2012.
Consumers are adopting smartphones, tablets and other digital gear in increasing numbers.
Lenovo tries to jumpstart a new kind of gaming in the home with a giant tabletop PC.
Bring comfortable shoes and travel light as you make your way to the biggest U.S. tech trade show.
Vizio’s new Windows 8 tablet looks pretty killer.
Haptic feedback, which sends touch pulses into your fingertips, has been heavily used in game controllers. But now a division of Germany’s Bayer has developed a touch-feedback technology that can enhance the way you hear things as well.
You might think these all-metal earbuds and headphones are overkill, but the fools will tear ya down, steal your face, and leave you smiling like a killer.
Not content to let Google see all the hype for self-driving cars, both Toyota and Audi will be showing off their own driverless solutions at the Consumer Electronics Show next week.
Editor’s Pick How a sexist CES marketing email went terribly, horribly wrong.
The much-delayed Pebble E-Ink smartwatch is almost here.
YouTube is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to transform their mobile devices into a YouTube remote, the site announced today.
Editor’s Pick This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is shaping up to be strikingly different from previous years — and it may just hint at changes for the entire technology industry in 2013.
The world’s biggest chip maker signals what it will talk about at CES next week
Google Glass and self-driving cars top our list of things we want to use soon.
Drool now or drool later, but LG just announced more details about its 2013 TV lineup, which will be unveiled at CES in a week.
While the Consumer Electronic Show still a little over a week away, gadget manufactures are already starting to tease some product announcements to the general public.
Editor’s Pick This year’s show will probably match last year’s 153,000 attendees, as the tech industry prepares to storm Las Vegas. CEA head Gary Shapiro tells us what’s going to be hot.
Launch.it, a New York City-based startup that has built a platform for managing and distributing news, has been tapped to power the onslaught of news coming from startups at the Consumer Electronics Show next month.