Consumer Electronics Show
Start-ups and small businesses from the Philadelphia area have been making waves this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Judges at Engadget.com are making picks in 15 categories, including Best Health and Fitness Product.
The week-long gadget frenzy continues in Las Vegas, and just about everything on display looks to take advantage of your Internet connection.
The Consumer Electronics Show is wrapping up in Las Vegas. The best-in-show awards were handed out last night.
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports some will be out soon, while others exist — for now — only in the mind of marketers.
LG is one of many companies getting in on the game with a wristband that monitors fitness, controls music playback, and tells you when a phone call or a text message comes in.
Ford plans to unveil at this month’s International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) a solar-powered concept car.
The week has brought us some new product launches and some technology to look forward to in the future. So what were the top gadgets on display?
If your TV is getting past its prime, you might find your next set in Las Vegas. That’s the site of the Consumer Electronics Show, where technology companies this week are showing off what’s new for 2013.
With MakerBot’s Replicator, your computer-designed creations come off the printed page.
“It’s a much brighter, much truer color technology that’s razor-thin, and basically has pure black. Thin as you can possibly imagine.” CNET’s Scott Stein says.
The Consumer Electronics Show early next year is expected to be flooded with the latest class of portable computers, including the Ultrabook. There are a few good ones to consider putting under the tree this holiday.