Submitted for your disapproval, here are our least favourite sights from CES 2014.
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Here’s what grabbed our attention at the sprawling CES 2014 gadget show in Las Vegas
You pull into your driveway, put your car in park, and close the garage. At this point, you fumble for your keys, feel along the wall for the light switches, and adjust the thermostat--but what if your door unlocked, lights turned on, and the house w...
At this year's International CES, the most valuable real estate isn't the prime exhibit areas in the huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's you.
With over 2 million net square feet of exhibit space, this year's CES is bigger than ever. It's easy to feel overwhelmed, knowing there's always some exhibits you haven't seen. Unless, of course, you can get a drone's eye view with a flying camera.
Intel's CEO, battling to keep the company relevant as computing moves beyond the PC, introduced a new line of wearable computers Monday night, including a connected smartwatch and a pair of earbuds with a built-in heart monitor.
Launched last night on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, the Kiwi-designed Quebee is a miniature, standalone camera that can be controlled by your smartphone or tablet, and captures video, stills or time-lapse photography.
This reproduction of Lego's $60 X-Wing Fighter (model 94973) is anything but child's play. Measuring 11 feet tall and 45 feet long, the X-Wing model was intentionally scaled to match the props used in the original films.
Google got a leg up on those who would tinker with its digital peepers by demonstrating its own hacks of its gadget at the I/O show for developers this week.
Waltzing into a Las Vegas casino wearing Google Glass could be a risky proposition if staffers suspect you're using the wearable computer to surreptitiously shoot videos or photos.
One of Google's self-driving cars got into an accident earlier this week. But Google is claiming the auto-pilot-equipped Prius was actually flipped into manual mode when the accident happened, making this a case of user error.
Microsoft’s in-house <a href="http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/Kinect-Fun-Labs/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d80258480811">Kinect Fun Labs</a> have been working on their own hacks--and now, thanks to their work, you can make your own virtual talk ...
Tiny robots, while adorable, often have limited functionality because of their small stature. Tiny robots that can jump are able to clear large obstacles with minimal energy output - the problem is that, having jumped and landed once, the robot has ...
In the market for a new toilet? Before heading down to the neighborhood hardware store and dropping a few Benjamins on a regular pooper, you might want to take a look at Kohler's newest flushing masterpiece, the Numi.
The PC of the future is on your desk. It’s also in your pocket. It’s inside your TV, your car and your refrigerator. The PC of your future doesn’t exist as one discrete tool; instead, it’s a personal network of devices that share data and collectivel...
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