The Consumer Electronics show brings together the tech industry to showcase the latest innovations in consumer technology.
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The consumerisation of business IT is well established, so it's no surprise that ZDNet's reporters discovered products and technologies at this year's CES show that may change the way you work in the future.
In Win's H Frame and D Frame unique chassis will be sold in extremely limited quantities at $399 apiece.
From 2000-2012 the winners of the Best of Show award have had very spotty track records and many were destined for failure.
Robots are everywhere at this year's CES. But what does the future hold for our 'plastic pals who are fun to be with'?
Dell Latitude 10 Essentials and Project Ophelia - Two very different approaches to student computing
Dell announced a new budget configuration for its Latitude 10 tablet at CES this week, along with the Dell Wyse Project Ophelia zero client, giving two very different options for improving student computing access.
The French mobile device maker keeps trying to break through in the Android market, this time with a line of tablets that includes an 8-inch iPad mini competitor for $169.
With consumers shunning 3D TVs, the industry is pinning its hopes on 4K, which quadruples the on-screen pixel count. But do consumers have space for 4K TV sets in their hearts, minds, and living rooms?
Faster networking speeds could be achievable after the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers approved a new amendment to its 802.11 standard.
Kogan has announced a 5-inch, dual-core powered, Android-based handset that only costs around a quarter of the price of the category leading Galaxy Note II.
The Latitude 10 essentials version loses its replaceable battery and a few other features, but starts at just $499 and is aimed at the enterprise and education markets.
JD Howard, vice president of Lenovo's Mobile Internet and Digital Home unit, confirms it is planning for a Windows Phone 8 device and, if approved, there's a "good chance" of a 2013 release.
South Korean giant highlights its ability to continually impact the mobile industry when it unveiled its latest generation of mobile processors based on ARM's big.LITTLE architecture and Youm flexible screens.
The Pebble e-paper watch was one of the most successful Kickstarter projects of 2012 and the big news today is that backers will soon see the watch on their own wrist.
It seems that most of the products at CES are "solutions in search of problems". That might be all our own fault, though...
Intel has outlined its processor plans for the coming year, but there's a feeling of evolution rather than revolution about the announcement as it attempts to woo the all-important low end.