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The deluge continues: 3 smart home hubs worth checking out

yesterdayTechnology : GigaOM

I thought we'd be over hubs by now, but I was wrong. They are still coming hot and heavy, and if the Consumer Electronics Show was any indication, there are still more…

Saygus' over-specced phone costs $550 for early birds

How do you prove your device isn't vaporware? Put a price and pre-order date on it. Well, that's what Saygus is doing with the V2 (pronounced V-Squared) that we spent some time with at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, at least. If you reserve...

Despite All The Buzz, Truly Connected Cars Are Still Years Away

ReadWriteDrive is an ongoing series covering the future of transportation. Every year, cars become a bigger deal at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. Demonstration of self-driving and game-like dashboard wizardry—from the likes of Mercedes, Ford, Volkswagen and Audi—were inescapable in Las Vegas at the 2015 event earlier this month. Show More Summary

The Helix Security and Automation Platform wins CEA Techhome Best Product Award

The Helix Security and Automation Platform was named Best Residential Security Platform by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Techhome division during the recent CES show in Las Vegas. This prestigious Mark of Excellence award...Show More Summary

The FTC Calls for Lockdown Security on the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) was big news at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and many large tech companies had related announcements. Apple wan't demonstrating, but partners had the first set of devices that are HomeKit certified, which is Apple’s protocol for allowing smart home devices to work with the iOS platform. Show More Summary

BMW i8: Reviewing The Car Of Tomorrow

My body hurt. My mind was numb. I had just spent a week in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronic show and ready to fly home. But first I had to drive a brand new 2015 BMW i8 to LA. It’s a rough job, but someone has to do it. The i8 is BMW’s latest supercar. Show More Summary

Sling TV, which brings live TV to Xbox One, is looking great so far

Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Dish announced a rather interesting prospect called Sling TV. As one of the first companies to embrace Internet TV, its new subscription-based service will stream live television to...Show More Summary

The Robopocalypse Comes for the Shopping Cart

(they seriously need a marketing person to help here) At the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas, 5 Elements Robotics demonstrated a robot assistant called Budgee Bot designed to help with one specific task: carrying stuff.Budgee uses a combination of wireless Zigbee and sonic technologies to track its owner and follow him or her around. Show More Summary

Mpowerd announces the Luci EMRG solar light

It goes without saying that each edition of the Consumer Electronics Show over in Las Vegas would bring along with it its fair share of interesting hardware – ranging from which will obviously include products from some of the lesser known brands, but the ideas behind those products are no less “lightweight” in nature. Show More Summary

The Writers Workbench: CES 2015 Wrap-up

Yes, it's that season again. What I refer to as The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. That can only mean one thing - the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Disneyland for adults. It's odd, I dislike crowds. But I love CES, even with its nearly 200,000 visitors. Show More Summary

$20 Sling TV Service Launches

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Coated

At the recent International Consumer Electronics Show, we learnt that Dish was looking at launching a new service which they called Sling TV. This service would be available strictly through the Internet and the service was geared to a growing segment of the population that is now ditching their cable service in search for other […]

CES Over the Years: A Look at Three Key Technology and Product Trends

Above: Viewing 3-D IMAX clips (Image by NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center, CC BY 2.0) Hype can be a fickle thing. This is especially evident at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where perceptions around certain technologies and products can shift in the blink of an eye. Show More Summary

The Year's Weirdest, Wackiest Tech Gadgets — So Far

Editor's Note: This was originally published by our partners at PopSugarTech. People describe the annual Consumer Electronics Show as just an excuse for adults to get weird. And after seeing some of this year's newest gadgets, they're 100 percent... Show More Summary

Review: Smarten up your home with Apple HomeKit

Apple didn’t attend the Consumer Electronics Show but its presence was felt. Many companies have designed “smart” home products that integrate with Apple’s HomeKit, an emerging technology for controlling lights and appliances through a mobile app. Show More Summary

The government wants you to buy a car with smarter brakes

Autonomous cars may have been all the rage at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but most of the tech showcased is still pretty far off. What isn't, however, are smarter stopping systems. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administratio...

Many Small Steps for a Man, Giant Leaps for Tech: CES 2015 Highlights

The International Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) in Las Vegas is like the white whale in Moby Dick: Every time you hear about it, it's getting bigger; you have to travel through oceans of information to grasp it, and if you don'tShow More Summary

Tech Trends for 2015: Wearables Everywhere (Including on Your Baby and Dog)

The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show was a lot of the same this year: more huge TVs, more fancy 3D printers and more wireless home monitoring devices. So what was new? The explosion of wearable devices that count our calories, steps, breaths and even our oxygen levels will change how we interact with our bodies and other living things. READ MORE »

Article: Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Apple’s HomeKit

One of the big themes at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, both inside the iProducts Marketplace and elsewhere, was a collection of new home automation solutions. It seemed everywhere we turned yet another company was offering smart...Show More Summary

Innovation Must Enhance Efficiency, Not Just the ‘Cool Factor’

Earlier this month I spent a week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)—an almost overwhelming ocean of innovation—during which 170,000 people converged on Vegas to see the most advanced and ingenious products, technologies, and prototypes that the human mind can comprehend. This year’s show was as vibrant and interesting as ever, flaunting lofty visions from inventors […]

My fridge is an honor student: Consumers still warming up to idea of ‘smart’ homes

At the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, LG unveiled a series of household appliances that can receive, interpret and send texts: a washing machine that, when asked, r eports how much time is left in a cycle; or a refrigerator that alerts the owner when food is about to expire. Show More Summary

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