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Coming soon: Your Google Assistant on Android TV and more

When we announced the Google Assistant, we said that we wanted to help you get things done across a number of different places, contexts and situations. As we usher in the new year — and with it, the annual Consumer Electronics ShowShow More Summary

Drones will now keep your home safe

The following guest post was submitted by Chris Schneider of Awesome-Drones.com. Check out his site here. At January’s Consumer Electronics Show, interactive home security company “Alarm” announced it is working on a smart drone that monitors your house. Show More Summary

Raymarine® Axiom™ Wins Innovation Award at 2017 Miami International Boat Show

Raymarine/FLIR Maritime receives second consecutive win in “Consumer Electronics, Mobile Applications and Software” category with the new Raymarine Axiom MFD series WILSONVILLE, OR – February 21, 2017 – Raymarine/FLIR Maritime is pleased...Show More Summary

Parenting Hack of the Year: High-Tech Outsourcing

It's a whole new world for babies born in 2017 - and for their parents. The tech industry has matured to a point where it can make a real impact on parenting. For proof, look no further than the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, held in January, where family-centric gadgets dominated. Show More Summary

2017 Consumer Electronics Show: Field Report

January begins the same way, year after year. For over a decade, I’ve had the opportunity to travel with the Ask Dave Taylor team to CES, the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Some assume I attend for the parties and although that is true, it’s so much more than that. Show More Summary

Honor 6X Review: Dual Camera Premium Android For Less

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which takes place in Las Vegas every January, is one of the prime spots for unveiling hot new hardware. In fact, manufacturers often keep tight-lipped about their new gear that they'll have on display, in order to deliver an unveil spectacle at the show. The show is the birthplace of big, expensive amazing...

Chuwi’s Hi13 Windows 10 2-in-1 to be available from February 20

Chuwi recently announced its Hi13 device at the Consumer Electronics Show last month. The company today told us that its new Hi13 device will be available for pre-order on February 20th. The Chuwi Hi13 is a low-end Windows 10 2-in-1 device that comes with some pretty decent specs for the price. For $369, you will […]

Samsung Galaxy A Series Gets a 2017 Update

2017 has started with tons of eye candy for tech enthusiasts. The year’s first major tech event, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), has started just days after the New Year’s party, making sure all tech savvy partygoers have enough new stuff ready for when the hangover finally passes. Show More Summary

This is Crazy! 3 Screen Laptop Allows Productivity Anywhere

Last month Razer introduced its Project Valerie 3 screen laptop to the world at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Take a peek inside.

NVIDIA SHIELD TV (2017) Review: Smart Home, 4K HDR, And Game Streaming

NVIDIA announced an updated SHIELD TV bundle back at the Consumer Electronics Show, which offers a host of new features thanks to some fresh hardware and an Android Nougat based OS upgrade. The updated SHIELD TV, however, isn’t totally new. Internally, the device was still packing NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 SoC like the original, which, even after...

10 health gadgets that we can't wait to buy

The giant Consumer Electronics Show, held last month in Las Vegas, dazzled the world with inch-thick, flat-screen TVs and driverless cars. The cutting-edge wellness gear on display at the event may have been less glamorous but was no less amazing. If you swim, run, play basketball, cycle, fish...

10 health gadgets that we can't wait to buy

The giant Consumer Electronics Show, held last month in Las Vegas, dazzled the world with inch-thick, flat-screen TVs and driverless cars. The cutting-edge wellness gear on display at the event may have been less glamorous but was no less amazing. If you swim, run, play basketball, cycle, fish...

Why Driverless Cars Are Racing Full-Speed Ahead

Three of the most significant developments in the industry happened earlier this month. The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit saw automakers new and old (and their suppliers) show off...

Borne Aloft by a Dream of the Smart Home

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, at which more than a hundred and seventy thousand visitors variously gazed at, interacted with, and perhaps planned to buy thousands of future-tech items, a Connecticut company called...Show More Summary

Lenovo has some unusual hopes for its Moto Z Droid phone

Each year, The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcases the innovation and technology that is changing the world – and the way companies do business. At CES 2017, Business Insider spoke with advertising and marketing executives...Show More Summary

Virtual test drives could soon let you buy your car 100% online

Each year, The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcases the innovation and technology that is changing the world – and the way companies do business. At CES 2017, Business Insider spoke with advertising and marketing executives...Show More Summary

TD Bank CMO Pat McLean: New technologies like virtual reality will be a game-changer for marketers

Each year, The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcases the innovation and technology that is changing the world – and the way companies do business. At CES 2017, Business Insider spoke with advertising and marketing executives...Show More Summary

Faraday Future is a Masterpiece of Nonfulfillment, Achieves Even More Debt

When Faraday Future showcased its new car at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, everyone temporarily forgot the company was a structural and monetary dumpster fire. A large portion of that amnesia was the result of the extremely impressive presentation put on for the FF 91’s unveiling. Show More Summary

Ned Leeds Plays This Important Role in Spider-Man: Homecoming

Tom Holland appeared at the Consumer Electronics Show, revealing new details about the costume in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

This startup says its kooky, creepy Einstein robot could be the future of personal assistants

Professor Einstein packs a lot of personality for someone who stands just 14 inches. The walking, talking, expressive bot from Hanson Robotics debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month. He became a breakout star of the convention. Show More Summary

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