News and Articles About CES 2014
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Announcements from Qualcomm and Audience offer a glimpse at what we can expect from other companies later this year.
We scoured the Eureka Park startup area for the most interesting-looking technologies. Here's what we found.
More than just TVs and computers, a number of bizarre products launched this year during CES.
When one operating system just won't cut it, there's always this device that runs two and you can switch between them.
Representatives from LG, Lowe's and Verizon discuss why the market for these smart gadgets has potential but hasn't exploded yet.
Intel will drop the McAfee name from its security products, hoping to distance itself from controversial founder John McAfee, who says the move has delighted him 'beyond words.'
'Transformers' director Michael Bay abruptly walked off stage in Vegas yesterday after his guest spot during a Samsung product intro became fraught with teleprompter issues.
MakerBot announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it will have a 3-D printer available for sale this spring for just over $1,000.
A service announced at CES this year allows you to buy items from advertisements using your television remote.
At CES, the tech giant unveiled RealSense, technology it says creates more 'natural' interactions with computers and tablets.
Pebble announced today the release of an updated version of its signature smartwatch, the launch of a Pebble appstore, and new partnership deals.
Magisto's CamCrew helps you shoot the perfect video with your smartphone, and then edits it for you.
Attracting attention at the big tech show last year proved to be more far more difficult than one startup expected. Here are some of their lessons and a look at their strategy the second time around.
A bird's eye view of what's set to take place at the big tech event in Las Vegas next week.
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