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Thanks to its new Broadwell chipset, Intel can stream 4K video, or several HD streams at once. LG is the first TV maker to support the capability.
Sengled's high-tech light bulbs can keep watch on your home while pumping out light, music and Wi-Fi signals at the same time.
A new two-factor authentication combines a watch and your fingerprint to verify your identity.
Acting as a controller on your wrist, Magellan wants you to use the Echo Fit with your favorite sports apps.
Beats made bluetooth headphones cool but Sennheiser is making them good with their Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear Wireless headphones.
Audi debuts its revamped connected car system with your choice of both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, coming on its next Q7 luxury SUV.
Your move, Garmin. Epson is bringing its Runsense line of sports watches to the US, which feature GPS trackers and stride-sensing technology.
With the new PIXPRO SL5, Kodak has finally created a lens-style camera that you can pocket without stretching your stitches.
The PonoPlayer offers music lovers high-fidelity audio without breaking the bank.
The DJI Inspire 1 drone combines tight aerial flying with gorgeous aerial photography.
The Saygus V2 is the Android smartphone of dreams, featuring a 21-MP camera, up to 320GB of storage and a biometric fingerprint reader.
Built for enthusiasts, Digital Storm's Aventum 3 is a hulking gaming PC that makes upgrading easy.
Relaunch your selfies with Zano, a fist-sized drone designed to let users take aerial selfies and other HD photos and video from the sky.
Which gadgets caught your eye at CES 2015? Let us know, and help us select winners for the Readers' Choice awards.
Carrier enters the smart thermostat market with the Cor, a $250 device that will take on Nest and Honeywell.
Opening your garage door and flicking your light switch, Centralite is rethinking the way our houses function and making them smarter.
Party hard and sleep well thanks to Misfit Bolt, a connected light bulb that changes colors to suit your mood and wake you up.
Long troubled by clunky smart TV software, Sony turns the reins over to Android TV. It's a good start.
Razer has two new peripherals for living room gaming: a controller called the Serval, and a wireless mouse/keyboard called the Turret.
Priced at $49, the Nabu X is an affordable yet powerful activity tracker with intriguing social features.