Articles about CES
Seagate introduced a FAST RAID0 drive at CES. Is it for you?
Hard drives that look like art, speakers that look like handbags and a riot of colour accessories: how CES went designer.
Despite several new flagship handsets and ambitious announcements at CES last week, China's phonemakers have yet to make much headway breaking into the U.S market, partly due to a lack of carrier support.
Kevin was on site in Vegas last week so we spent most of the show covering what was shown at CES 2014. Wearables, Samsung tablets, T-Mobile Uncarrier 4, and more were discussed.
Distribution methods aren't what matter most. Screen size isn't what matters most. In-game payments and monetization models aren't what matter most. Game play matters most.
Combining data storage and power storage is a micro trend at CES. Both Imation and Mophie are showing – but not yet shipping – data/power devices.
At CES this week 4k video is everywhere, not unlike 3-D video two years ago. But 4K is different: supply creates its own demand. The implications for storage are enormous.
Easily swappable components could make building your own PC a breeze. The company's CEO said the self-contained parts could potentially be sold on a subscription basis.
A hybrid audio-optical microphone at CES promises to revolutionize noise rejection. Here's the idea.
Spectrum isn't the only facet of the wireless industry that is heating up -- and so pricing and marketing may be more important than buyouts.
Called TRON, the device supports game titles from PC, PS3, and NDS, and 4K videos. Huawei currently has 12 game titles for the console and more games will be released by May, when TRON is commercially available.
The Chinese smartphone maker is betting on its simplified operating system based on Android, called Flyme, and "consumer-friendly" pricing to help it break into the American market.
Once full Chrome is available on Android, watch out. At that point, we may see how loyal manufacturers and users are to the somewhat fickle Microsoft. Booooom!
The latest in the company's Flip PC convertible notebook line is its smallest yet, and ships with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 pre-installed.
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.
We have a look at some hot products which did not live up to the hype after launching at CES. Some were simply far ahead of their time.
From hardware to smart baby monitors, CES 2014 did showcase a number of gems.
CES may have traditionally been where the Silicon Valley giants have paraded their latest and greatest. But hundreds of new gadgets don't make the cut. Here's a selection of the worst.
Pebble was my favorite smartwatch of 2013 and is starting off 2014 with a bang. Their Appstore launches this month, a new premium Pebble Steel can be ordered now, and new partners are helping them take the smartwatch further than before.
The consumer electronics show has only just begun, but a number of interesting and innovative products are already on display.
From 2000-2012 the winners of the Best of Show award have had very spotty track records and many were destined for failure.
It looks tacky to run audio cables all over the house, but with the Bem Speaker Trio you can easily provide audio all over. The Bem Speaker Trio performed well during a recent New Year's party and is a good mobile solution.
Lenovo has retooled some of its existing ultrabook and laptop models in time for CES to include a touchscreen display, so they can take advantage of some of Windows 8's features.
The London-based augmented reality start-up, which won a UKT&I competition for space on the CES 2012 show floor, lays out its apps and its ambition to be as recognisable as Twitter
At CES 2012, Dell showed off its first ultrabook, a 13.3-inch Intel-based device that comes with Windows plus a few features aimed at appealing to enterprise users
The Chinese telecoms giant continues its campaign to become a household name with the debut of the Ascend P1 S Android 4.0 handset, which it describes as the thinnest smartphone in the world
Vizio, a US leader in HDTV sets, plans to reveal details of its entry into the notebook and all-in-one market at CES 2012, after using the show last year to launch its Via tablet
Motorola has unveiled two Gingerbread Android phones, the MotoLuxe and the Defy Mini, which learn what the most used apps are and put them centre stage on the phone
Since CES debuted in 1967, many popular devices have made their first public appearance at the show.
The dust has settled from CES, but some of the gadgets that went on display have made a lasting impression. ZDNet UK presents a rundown of CES 2011's most eye-catching tech
Imagine driving a car that can drive itself. That day is not too far off, according to GM engineers. GM CEO Rick Wagoner discussed the idea of vehicle-to-vehicle communications and displayed a futuristic concept Cadillac with solar paneling in the roof during his CES keynote speech. News.com's Kara Tsuboi has the story.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind demos the latest products on the show floor. He specs out everything from a noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset from BlueAnt, to a virtual keyboard from Golan Technologies and an innovative CD organizer from Tab N' Turn.
From CES 2007: Marcus Henderson, guitarist for the band Drist and responsible for the majority of the guitar heard on the new Guitar Hero II, talks with CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about the game's new release on Xbox 360. See a demo of the game and learn how it's played.