CES is the world's largest technology trade show. Held every January in Las Vegas, it attracts more than 100,000 visitors from all around the world. Tom's Guide is going to be covering the event from the show floor.
Below is everything you need to know about the show — what to expect, news and updates, and once the show starts, hands-on with the latest products.
The 'Most Powerful Tech Event in the World' kicks off on Monday, January 8, 2024 — here’s what you can expect to see when it starts.
The HTC Vive XR Elite offered a fun experience at the CES show floor but didn't impress me when I got it home.
L'Oréal, in an effort to improve cosmetic inclusivity, worked with in-house brand Lancome to create a handheld corrective device for applying lipstick.
The front of the LG MoodUp refrigerator lights up in dozens of different colors, which will make it the talking point of your kitchen.
Talking dogs may sound like the stuff of fairytales but FluentPet's system of buttons can teach dogs to express themselves in a whole new way.
Samsung Display just announced a UDR OLED with 2,000 nits brightness. But it's unclear if the display will be included with next month's expected Galaxy S23 launch.
HTC has taken the wraps off of a new standalone XR headset that compares favorably to the Meta Quest Pro.
Lenovo announced the ThinkBook 16p Gen 4 today at CES 2023, along with several exclusive Magic Bay accessories that let you modularly upgrade the laptop.
Love TVs but couldn’t be in Las Vegas for CES 2023? These are the OLED TVs, Mini-LED TVs and QLED TVs that are stealing the show.
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