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Innovation at CES 2015

Innovation at CES 2015

I spent most of my CES time in the emerging company section titled "Eureka," hoping for lightning to strike. It didn't. But this year's CES points to a much brighter and innovative future.

published January 12, 2015 by


GM's latest concept car

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.

published January 9, 2008 by


See cool gadgets from CES

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.

published January 16, 2007 by


Play guitar to a virtual audience

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.

published January 12, 2007 by


Taser in action at CES

At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind looks at a new personal protection device from Taser. The non-lethal weapon is designed for self-defense and consumer use.

published January 10, 2007 by


Tom Cruise at CES

During the address by Yahoo Chairman and CEO Terry Semel, Tom Cruise talks tech and shows the "Mission Impossible" trailer, then Ellen DeGeneres makes everyone laugh.

published January 6, 2006 by


Bloopers bedevil Gates at CES

At the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft ChairmanBill Gates ran into more than his share of problems. Here's a look at afew clips from his keynote address, which underscores the theory that ifsomething can go wrong, it will.

published January 7, 2005 by


Gates promotes MSN Premium at CES

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates introduces MSN Premium for high-speed users--an enhanced version of the Internet service that features multimedia content and ad-blocking tools.

published January 7, 2004 by


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