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If there is one takeaway trend from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, it is that we are moving toward a connected world and there is really no way around that anymore.
The Consumer Electronics Show has made its name on flashy demos and gadget lust, but at CES 2015 there's something even better on display: a lot of useful tech solving real world problems.
By the end of the decade the Consumer Electronics Show will be no more.
A consumer electronics coalition warns that many of its companies have "lost business" or have faced backlash from governments fearing the National Security Agency.
India has grand ambitions of becoming a major manufacturer of consumer electronics, and its high-quality fab design shops are a testament to its potential. Still, the country must overcome major hurdles.
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Panasonic aims to 'shift its focus to the B2B market while preserving its DNA inherited from consumer electronics.' Think back-end integration enabling monetization with a smart home front end.
Deal would create a £3.7bn a consumer electronics retail giant to fight off online competition and exploit the Internet of Things.
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Counterfeit batteries can overheat, smoke, burst into flames or explode when used in consumer electronics. It’s a big issue for manufacturers, and some are handling it better than others.
Don’t believe the pundits. There was plenty of PC news coming out of this year's Consumer Electronics Show if you knew where to look.
The giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is an annual pilgrimage for those of us covering the tech world. At least, it used to be, for this tech writer.
The International Consumer Electronics Show is a chance for thousands of companies to showcase their gadgets. Amid the chaos, announcements from major automakers revealed two trends to watch.
At the Consumer Electronics Show: Lights that modulate relaxation, tone-emitting pillows, and a bed that shuts up the freight train by your side.
Wearable technology is likely to be a big focus at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week. With all these companies lining up products for consumers to wear, there's one big hurdle no one has overcome.
Lenovo's Vibe Z is the company's smartphone headliner at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but really plays into a broader effort to target emerging markets.
Major educational technology players and startups will converge on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to share their latest apps, tablets and other creations.
According to Gartner, we're done with mobile devices -- and connected cars are due take center stage.
The new iPad Air is an incredible technical achievement, but for who and what need is the industrial design of this device really addressing?
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co reports its third-quarter net profit hit a new-high of US$1.77 billion due to boosted demand for consumer electronics devices. It also forecasts higher capital expenditure in 2014 of at least US$10.6 billion.
The Korean electronics giant said the new research and development labs will focus on advanced software, content and services and user experience for consumer products.
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