It's the end of October, when the days have already grown short in Redmond, Washington, and gray sheets of rain are just beginning to let up. In several months, Microsoft will unveil its most ambitious undertaking in years, a head-mounted holograph
... directly beneath them, tucked away in the basement, there is a lab so confidential that even most employees have never heard of it.
Lawrence Reed (President of the Foundation for Economic Education) comes on the show to talk about economics - Brunn Roysden (Founder of My Type Keyboard) fold up keyboard you can use for smart phones and tablets & working w Chinese Manufacturing
And by "holograms," they mean "augmented reality"
Joe Lai (President Flipper USB; Smart Parcel Service) comes on the show to talk about Ultra Tek Projects (Flipper USB, Smart Parcel Service, Smart Vial, and others)
After being lost for centuries, a rare library of papyrus scrolls might get to be read
Wireless charging pads may be more convenient than traditional wired smartphone chargers, but a team from Microsoft Research in China thinks that they're still not convenient enough.
The female robots introduced a pair of tabletop conversation robots, CommU and Sota
Portable hydrogen-powered fuel cell chargers for mobile devices have been around for a few years now.
(CNN)The U.S. Navy says its new laser weapon works and it will use it if it has to.
Most of us fantasize about being the badass kid with the Power Glove from The Wizard. Dillon Markey went and made that dream his day job.
Not so long ago, the idea of a universal language translation device making the jump from science fiction to reality seemed preposterous.
This USB wall charger secretly logs keystrokes from Microsoft wireless keyboards nearby
Nest created a whole class of copycat smart thermostats. But the vents that actually crank out all that finely tuned air still remain largely in the shadows.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk wants to build an engineering office in Seattle to build the satellites needed to eventually build a human colony on Mars, Bloomberg reports.
Space-mapping brain neurons do not "light up" in scans, when exposed to the virtual reality (VR) at work in kids' video games, the way they do in the "real world."
The International Consumer Electronics Show has wrapped up its showcase of the latest in high-tech, from wearables to curved-screen phones to extremely high-definition 4K televisions.
No one wants to hear that something as "indispensable" as your cell phone might cause grave harm to your health, but that's exactly what mounting evidence tells us we're faced with.
CES has been a lot of fun, and we hope you got a fever for that flavor from our liveblog.
Ernest Hancock is in Las Vegas, NV at the Annual Consumer Electronics Show 2015, scouting out the latest technogadgets and technology. Check out photos from the event that will be posted and updated through-out the day...
Ernest Hancock, Drew Phillips and Michael Crosswhite will be broadcasting the show live Friday Morning Jan 9th, 2015 from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV from 9-Noon EST. Check out all the newest technogadgets and the latest technology
A Samsung smartphone has just been recharged from being nearly out-of-juice to full capacity in less time than it takes to boil a kettle.
We're over the hump here at CES, having completed two days worth of scouting new products in the expo hall. Sure, there's always a selection of silly and ridiculous items on display, but there are of course scores of truly genius innovations.
CES 2015 is far from over as Day 3 rambles on in Las Vegas. We're still on fire, if a little threadbare, posting news and hands on reviews straight from the show floor.
CES 2015 has been filled with all sorts of wacky inventions, advancements, and glimpses into what may or may not be the future. But of the thousands, upon thousands of things at the show, including racing RC cars using our own brainwaves, nothing ble
Apple is finishing up work on the Apple Watch's software, and sources familiar with the product's development say that the device is currently on track to ship in the United States by the end of March.
The crowds have hit the ground running at CES in search of the novel and interesting technology that wasn't covered on Press Day. Here's everything you need to know from Day 1.
The tech fest to end all tech fests is here
Hub for up to 1TB of content available with the new Connect Station CS100
As seen at the CES 2015 - Qualcomm is hoping to do for wearables what it did for smartphones as it looks to dominate the connected devices market.