Don't-Miss CES Stories
Mauz is a tiny accessory that plugs into your smartphone, turning it into a controller for everything from laptops to set-top boxes. A working prototype was on display at CES 2013; it's on track for a June release.
On the off chance that you don't know, 'Stig' is the world record holder for holding his breath for a really long time. Duh.
Ford is experimenting with adding a new 'things to do on a date' app to its Sync in-car infotainment platform.
Audio vendor Sennheiser released a black version of its almost-new Momentum headphones, and introduced its high-end IE 800 canalphones for the discerning audiophile.
Burrowed in the back room of a CES hotel, PCWorld spent a solid 30 minutes with Microsoft's upcoming Surface Pro tablet. Can it atone for the sins of Surface RT?
The 2013 Toyota Avalon will feature a pad where certain cell phones can rest and charge up.
There’s now a third option in the earbud/over-ear debate thanks the Aftershokz open-ear headphones.
It’s day two of CES 2013, and the avalanche of tech continues unabated. See what made news in our video wrap-up.
Do androids dream of dirty windows? This one might.
The app-powered toys fire nerf-like missiles from the ground or ping pong ball bombs from the air.
Brother International’s home appliance division is showing off its DreamWeaver XE machine at CES this week.
A phone for the hard of hearing might sound like a flawed premise, but Clarity's Ensemble seems like a good fit for the elderly and hard of hearing.
The ZBoard resembles a regular skateboard, but senses your weight and has heavy-duty wheels for off-roading. Naturally, we took it for a test ride.
Forget horsepower and fine Corinthian leather. Mobile apps and connectivity will mark the desirable cars of the future.