The main expo hall hasn't even officially opened here at CES, but we've already had the opportunity to fondle scores of innovative products.
Every time virtual-reality company Oculus brings a prototype of its Rift headset to a show, it takes another big step forward. And the prototype at this year’s CES may be the biggest leap yet.
At CES this week, GPS giant Garmin has added a new HD camera to its growing line.
Intel used its keynote presentation at CES to focus on wearable technology, with Chief Executive Brian Krzanich providing a whistlestop tour of wearable devices that the company will be rolling out.
There is only company that can make a hard drive not look like a boring hard drive. If you saw the Sphère on a desk, you wouldn't have ever guessed it was a hard drive.
The 2014 International CES is underway. The expo floor doesn't open for another day, and the crowds and the spectacle haven't even hit full strength yet. But we've gotten an early peek at some of the year's newest gear.
Though most of the attention surrounding the race to commercialize connected eyewear has focused on Google Glass, a lesser known player has been quietly toiling away
iOptik allows users to see digital data such as directions and video calls Tiny 'screens' sit directly on users' eyeballs and work with a pair of glasses They provide an experience equal to watching a 240-inch TV at 10ft away A working system is
Zuli's new smart plugs use Bluetooth to figure out where you are in your home.
In September last year, Finland's MultiTouch revealed an Ultra High Definition 84-inch MultiTaction display at its annual developer conference.
The Energy Independence and Security Act was signed into law by a Republican president and passed with the votes of ninety-five Republicans.
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Tablets have come into their own over the past three years.
If you want to snap some pics with your iPhone while snorkeling or scuba diving, there are already a number of polycarbonate underwater housings that will let you take your phone to a depth of 30 meters (100 ft) or so.
The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 made quite a landing when it arrived last year.
There was a time, not all that long ago, when most independent film-makers shot their projects on relatively-inexpensive 16mm film – it wasn't as pricey as 35mm, but was definitely a step up from Super 8.
What better way to take a trip in a personal virtual reality bubble, or sit down to a private movie screening on a seemingly enormous screen, than donning a head-mounted display?
The doorbell is getting made over as a digital doorman and surveillance camera.
If you've ever owned a dog, chances are you've wondered just what your pup was thinking from time to time.
Augmented reality headsets are popping up all over the place nowadays, each promising to out-do one another in the quest to catch up with Google Glass.
The AwoX StriimLight B-10 sounds crazier than it actually is. It’s a lightbulb, and it’s also a Bluetooth speaker.
Plenty of companies are releasing controllers designed to bring a more traditional gaming experience to smartphones.
There are scores of drawing apps for the iPad, ranging from full-featured artistic suites to kid-friendly offerings complete with skeuomorphic crayons and markers. Trace might be the only one built expressly for designers
Switching off appliances doesn’t stop the flow of electricity — while plugged in, they can stay on indefinitely in power-sapping standby mode.
Data will not help you if you can’t see it when you need it.
Ford Corporation has released a new Fusion Hybrid that is more autonomously automatized out of visualizations for a future of driverless cars. Under the Blueprint for Mobility (BFM), by 2050 “75 percent of the world’s population is expected to liv
In May 2012, a programmer named John Carmack—who, as a cofounder of id Software and the man behind games like Doom and Wolfenstein 3D, is widely seen as the father of 3D gaming—tweeted a picture of what looked like steampunk bifocals made out of a bl
Everyone has that friend or relative that never seems to want to leave the house, or worse yet, the couch. Homebody, loaf, couch potato, lazy person, hermit -- whatever you want to call them, they're experts at living the lounge life.
Even among us tech lovers, a good old-fashioned book can still be heartwarming. Especially if it’s hanging upside down from a bookcase. But the e-book has its own special niche, one we don’t disparage.
Not too long ago I had a package show up here at the Gunmart Blog Test Kitchen from the good people over at Laserlyte.