Our official TechHive robot Blipp went everywhere at CES 2013. Here's a look at his wild ride.
For techies like ourselves, CES is the Greatest Show on Earth (P.T. Barnum, eat your heart out). So trust us when we tell you these are the things from CES that you don’t want to miss. You’ll thank us later.
From 4k HDTV to Blu-ray resurgence to smart refrigerators to cool PCs and more. Here is a round-up of our trend stories from CES 2013.
Shipping later this spring, the standalone GPS unit will pull data from Yelp and Foursqure to give you relevant location-based information. And it's part of a cloud-based approach that integrates your mobile device.
A lot happened at CES this year and here are some of the highlights from our coverage.
You know what’s hard to do? Stand out at CES, a several-mile wide convention area filled with loud noises and seizure-friendly visuals. Combat Creatures did just that, though, with their big arachnid legs, ultra-old-school sound effects, and refreshingly physical robot combat. Imagine taking Battlebots and throwing it in your living room.Combat Creatures Attacknids - CES 2013
Loksak’s line of hermetically sealed smartphone sleeves and protective shields may have been designed for the Special Forces, but you get some for your own gear.
Tosy's mRobo robot can dance like no other, and brings his own speakers too.
Officially called a “nail imaging system,” the printer from Tat’z Nail’z comes pre-loaded with over 30,000 images that you can print onto your finger- and toenails.
Electrophoretic display maker shows prototype displays and dishes on what we can expect for your next e-reader display in the coming year.
New apps to look forward to in your SYNC AppLink-connected car.
Jason Snell walked the CES show floor looking at 4K TVs. He saw a clear picture, but not a clear path forward for the format.