It's no wonder that IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is the opening keynote for CES 2019 -- the conference is about business as much as consumer electronics -- as IoT, smart IT, AI and 5G take center stage as the bridge to everything connected.
I went to CES 2019 last week and focused on Eureka Park, where startups show off their wares. While there were lots of fun and inventive products, it's what I didn't see that makes me fear for our digital future. Here's why.
Attracting an audience for its content offerings is forcing Apple to deviate from its long history of vertical integration.
With so many announcements this week, it's easy to get lost. But, believe it or not, some of the just-announced devices at CES 2019 will be on sale soon. Here's a round-up of them all.
The biggest 5G announcements out of CES 2019 included Samsung's prototype 5G smartphone, Intel's SoC, Verizon's 5G showcase with Disney, Sprint's 5G and IoT combination, Qualcomm's promises on the value of 5G, and even Cisco's vision of 6G.
Qualcomm's president, Cristiano Amon, took some time at the Consumer Electronics Show to discuss how 5G cellular will amaze consumers. He also reflected on how AI processing on smartphones will become more prevalent.
Working with Nokia and Qualcomm, Sprint has made a 5G data call on its live commercial network in San Diego, including streaming YouTube videos, making Skype video calls, and sending and receiving messages.
Intel is extending its autonomous driving trials in Israel to provide an entire mobility-as-a-service offering across car, software, platform, mapping, and safety mechanisms.
Cars on the road know little about drivers and passengers today -- except maybe whether the person at the wheel is drowsy. Tomorrow's vehicle will have a total awareness of the cabin, claims AI startup Eyeris, using multiple cameras and convolutional neural networks.
News that Ford will roll out cellular vehicle-to-everything technology to its fleet beginning in 2022 is likely to usher in smarter transportation and cities.
Speaking with ZDNet at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Telstra CEO Andy Penn discussed 5G devices, possible pricing, download speeds, and what 5G will mean for IoT.
AT&T is working with Los Angeles and Las Vegas on multiple smart cities projects, with the two cities saying 5G will bring even more opportunities.
It was a huge blunder on the part of CES organizers. Does CTA's flimsy technical reasoning hold up?
Cortana was a no-show at CES 2019 this week. But Microsoft's Virtual Assistant Accelerator, which lets customers build their own personalized digital assistants, racked up a few big wins.
No pressure Samsung, but this Galaxy S10 launch better be good, foldable and entice the masses coming off a dud of CES 2019 to break out their wallets for a wee bit of innovation.
From Mac Pro clones to colorful gaming systems, here are a half-dozen PCs that stood out on the show floor amid a sea of laptops.
Gaming, refreshed lines, and budget designs all feature in the laptop arena at CES 2019.
Healthcare, both physical and mental, has become the focus of some vendors at CES this year.
Here are some of the more unusual, novel, and sometimes bizarre products being showcased at CES 2019.
These are the most interesting gadgets on display at CES 2019 including smart home systems, monitors, and more. Check back during the week for updates.
There are some old favorites and some new hits. Which will be the first non-vacuum consumer robot to break out big?
CES 2018 is more about AI, 5G, gadgets and transportation, but it's worth checking out the wares from laptop makers. Common themes: Thin is in and so is Alexa integration.
ZDNet explores the top products being showcased at CES 2018.
High-end PCs, VR headsets, delivery drones and useful business gadgets are being showcased at CES this year.
We take a break from scouring the CES show floor for shiny new business tech to share with you CNET's picks for cool consumer gear.
A number of high-end PCs and useful business gadgets showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show this year.
What technology and new designs in the mobile, PC and laptop space stood out this year in Las Vegas?
The hallways are crammed with smart home and Internet of Things products this year, but which rate as best in show?
The consumer electronics show has barely begun, but a number of interesting and innovative products have already been thrown into the spotlight.
Lenovo's smart glasses are designed for business use cases such as training, repair and remote troubleshooting.
Sprint is combining its Curiosity IoT platform and its 5G mobile network to power a smart city in South Carolina and an autonomous vehicle test track in Georgia, and to launch more precise mapping technology.
Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz have extended their partnership to develop AI architecture across the entire car.
Samsung is showing off its 5G smartphone prototype at CES 2019, giving users a first taste of what the device will look like.
Mobileye is aiming to provide an autonomous public transport solution in China by 2022, while it also delivers and develops advanced driver assistance systems with Great Wall Motors.
Google Assistant to hit 1 billion devices by the end of January 2018.
When your core business is creativity, you have to think outside the box to allow inspiration to flow in your employees.
As video took off and so many startups and companies experimented with it, SoulPancake got creative in figuring out how to build a business around it.
Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S10 in San Francisco and the launch is about more than just the company and its product. Samsung has to spur interest in a smartphone industry that's sputtering.
The explosion of esports has made it culture phenomenon and has fueled intense growth in gaming computers.
One of the most popular enterprise laptops in the world, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is also one of the most durable because of how Lenovo builds it in its own factories.
Connecting to video calls and conference calls still takes way too much time and troubleshooting. Lenovo wants to streamline it.
We caught up with Atmos CTO Mark Lyle at CES 2019 to get one of the first demos of the Atmos smart home panel.
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the risks of leaving behind a digital footprint, so Allstate is stepping in to help people learn more about who has their data and why.