AMS’s new TV uses less energy than a common household lightbulb.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Editor's Pick The Quantified Self is one of the big trends of 2012, as we noted in our recent summary of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Synaptics showed off how touch controls will change in the next year at the recent Consumer Electronics Show. Synaptics has a big market share in touch application hardware and it showed off its latest products at the show.
The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show was the biggest such event in the show’s 44-year history, with more than 153,000 attendees, up from 149,000 a year ago.
Contour is a fast-growing video camera company that lets you capture your favorite outdoor activities — like skiing down a momentum — at the moment of maximum fun.
PixelOptics makes what it calls the world’s first and only electronic-focusing eyeware, dubbed emPower. It essentially creates the effect of bifocals without forcing you to look through two different lenses.
Bodymetrics used the technology in Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensing system for the Xbox 360 for a virtual shopping application.
Striiv is a little keychain gadget with a display that counts how many steps you take in a day. I used it at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today and it told me I walked 8,686 steps, or a little over 3.7 miles.
Feedair is launching its Feedair Friend today, which streamlines and personalizes various notifications you get on your smartphone.
Musician Will.i.am took the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show Tuesday during Intel chief executive Paul Otellini’s keynote speech to talk about how technology is changing the way he makes and distributes his music.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini said in his keynote speech today that computing experiences are everywhere as consumers begin to reap the benefits of low-cost electronics that are spreading into everyday devices.
Dell is diving into the Ultrabook business today with the unveiling of its Dell XPS 13 laptop, a thin and high-performance laptop that should turn heads.
Min-Liang Tan, founder of enthusiast PC-gaming firm Razer, has been thinking about Fiona for a while. The concept project is part-tablet, part PC, and all gaming machine.
People check their cell phones about 150 times a day, or about once every 6.5 minutes. Paul Jacobs, chief executive of wireless chip maker Qualcomm, says he’s OK with that. After all, Qualcomm has 22,000 employees working on chips that make that possible.
While competition in the streaming music service market has steadily increased over the past year, Pandora is still strongly in the lead, according to new metrics the company announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today.
Qualcomm and the X Prize Foundation announced today that they will award $10 million to anyone who invents a “tricorder,” or a magical medical and information scanning device like the one used in the Star Trek science fiction series.
Seagate is announcing today that it is teaming up with Verizon Wireless to create the first 4G LTE mobile wireless storage devices for use with smartphones and tablets.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said tonight that the Xbox 360 video game console has sold more than 66 million units since it was launched in 2005. In his final keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show, Ballmer said that the Xbox Live online gaming and entertainment service now has more than 40 million users, and he said Microsoft has sold more than 18 million Kinect motion-sensing systems.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer gave his final keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show today, promoting the “reimagined” Windows 8 operating system launching later this year.
Hewlett-Packard has designed a cool laptop that even Apple aficionados might admire for its creative use of glass materials. The new Envy 14 Spectre is a beautiful new 14-inch Ultrabook with a cover that is made out of durable glass.