As people wake up to the risks of data collection, some companies at CES are trying to convince consumers they can be responsible stewards of their personal data.
Telstra has announced multiple agreements to offer commercial 5G smartphones to customers in the first half of 2019.
Samsung is showing off its 5G smartphone prototype at CES 2019, giving users a first taste of what the device will look like.
While everyone else spent CES 2019 talking about 5G, Cisco is already looking towards a 6G future.
AMD CEO Lisa Su announced the Vega-based processor as "the most powerful gaming GPU we have ever built."
Hundreds of companies were strutting their new technologies at this year's CES. From a nanosatellite IOT network to a wearable blood pressure monitor, here are a select few and fascinating tech stories as told to ZDNet's Stephanie Condon.
Mixed reality laboratories will soon be used to virtually optimize cities prior to IoT deployments, potentially saving billions.
At CES 2019, there were a few odd design mashups that highlight how multiple industries are collaborating and trying to reinvent products with artificial intelligence, the Internet of things and data science.
Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz have extended their partnership to develop AI architecture across the entire car.
5G connectivity will be "a quantum leap compared to 4G," Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said during his CES keynote.
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.
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.
One of the big takeaways from CES 2019 is that Google Assistant has worked its way into more devices to forge a digital assistant duopoly with Amazon Alexa.
At CES, the IBM CEO announces a new Apprenticeship Coalition with partners like Walmart and Ford.
The Inspiron 7000 comes with adaptive thermal technology that detects how and where the 2-in-1 is being used, and adjusts the heat profile accordingly.
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After four decades of digital wristwatch firsts -- from barometer, MP3 player and camera to GPS and blood pressure gauge -- Casio jumps into the smartwatch fray.
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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.
The mattress manufacturer collects 8.5 billion biometric data points every night via its smart beds, says Sleep Number CEO Shelly Ibach. To protect that data, the company is building direct relationships with customers, she said.
Less than 10 percent of the globe is covered by cellular networks. Fabien Jordan, founder of Astrocast, says satellites can help cover the rest.
Dr. Frauke Neuser, associate director for scientific communications at Olay, a Procter and Gamble brand, explains how the company has leveraged information collected on its skin advisor platform to improve its product lineup.
The last two CES powwows featured a hefty dose of Amazon Alexa powered devices. Google Assistant is now making a big push for parity. Here's why the battle matters and how vendors are playing both sides.
Boulder officials tried to expand ride sharing for low-income residents with $100,000 in monetary incentives but only managed to hand out $265. Julia Richman, Boulder's chief innovation and technology officer, explains what the results mean for future mobility efforts.
Jeff Ray, executive director of business and technology for Omron, explains how the new device, called HeartGuide, is more than just a consumer gadget.
Guive Balooch, head of L'Oréal’s Technology Incubator, explains how tracking biometric data can inform customers, as well as L'Oréal’s research department.
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, talks to ZDNet's Jason Hiner about the biggest tech trends he expects to see at CES 2019.
Tom Edwards, chief digital officer of agency business at Epsilon, talks about making robots more acceptable, how traditional retail will be disrupted by computer vision, and how Kodak intends to take a leadership role in digital rights management via blockchain.
At CES 2018, BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company's phones (now manufactured and sold by TCL) are the most secure Android phones.
At CES 2018, BlackBerry CEO John Chen explained why the company has no immediate plans to make its QNX platform open source.
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