Sony's long-awaited virtual reality headset for the PlayStation games console will go on sale around the world in October, the company said Tuesday.
One of the most fun smartphone accessories to come out of this year's Mobile World Congress expo has to be LG's Rolling Bot. It's a spherical ball that rolls around on command from a smartphone, and includes a camera and laser pointer.
The CEO first dreamed of virtual reality as a teen and now sees it as the future of social media.
When it comes to the problem of stopping errant drones, there's been a number of high-tech solutions. From radio jamming to laser beams to nets launched by other drones, but a group in The Netherlands is proposing a low-tech solution that's much more elegant.
Sony's attractive Glass Speaker is an affordable version of a $10,000 speaker the company launched in 2008.
Intel and Sony headlined press-conference day, showing off gadgets from collision-avoidance drones to turntables, which are making a resurgence at CES. Here's some of the things that caught our eye.
LG says it will introduce a new version of its webOS smart TV software along with new televisions at January's CES in Las Vegas.
A live demonstration of broadcast 4K television is planned to take place in Las Vegas in January at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Panasonic will soon begin selling in Japan a Blu-ray Disc player compatible with 4K UltraHD discs, the first such player in the world.
Sharp will be the first to begin limited sales of 8K televisions next month.
NASA plans to launch a 4K TV channel this fall and has already begun test broadcasts. The new channel, called NASA UHD, will broadcast 24 hours a day and be available free of commercials.
After bigger screens, and thinner screens, and 3D screens, and curved screens, and 4K screens, HDR is the new flavor of the season in television technology and it's one worth paying attention to.
Samsung has developed a big-screen OLED screen that's transparent, and plans to put it on show at this week's IFA consumer electronics expo in Berlin.
Researchers are trying to figure out factors that affect the life of solar panels.
The device is on sale in Japan and has yet to gain FDA approval in the US
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