The E-Vone smart shoes can automatically alert loved ones when someone falls down, thanks to sophisticated sensors and wireless tech.
The Dynamics Wallet Card holds your accounts digitally so your bank can replace your credit card number instantly.
The Honor View 10 has built-in artificial intelligence that helps features like photo-taking and security.
Garmin's upgraded its Alexa-integrated Speak dashboard-mounted device with a dash cam that packs safety-oriented perks.
The CX-1 from ForwardX Robotics uses facial recognition and obstacle avoidance to follow behind you at up to to 7 miles per hour.
Asus phones tend to last a long time on a charge, and the ZenFone Max Plus should be no exception, thanks to a 4,130 mAh battery. The $329 phone ships in February.
At CES 2018, McAfee unveiled its own identity-protection service as well as a partnership with D-Link to protect a smart home.
AMD is bringing out a series of new Ryzen chips for desktop, including a pair of affordable processors with integrated Radeon graphics.
Samsung's massive home-cinema display, 'The Wall,' measures 146 inches and features new microLED pixels for darker blacks and richer colors.
The Byton electric SUV features a 49-inch touch screen console, facial recognition, voice commands and invisible door handles.
Soon, you’ll be able to Netflix and Chill with Google Assistant as expanded smarts come to LG’s entire lineup of 4K TVs.
From over-the-air wireless power and AI breakthroughs to killer new augmented reality apps, these are the top tech trends to watch for in 2018.
LG's new 4K projector can beam a screen up to 150 inches on your wall, and it's compact that you don't have to mount it.
LG’s 2018 TV lineup gets a boost with a new α9 processor dedicated to artificial intelligence and a revamped webOS powered by Google Assistant.
LG has announced a new audio lineup that includes a Dolby Atmos soundbar and a smart speaker that supports Google Assistant.
Qualcomm has shed more light on its upcoming flagship mobile platform. Here's a look at all the new tech and features coming on the new Snapdragon 835.
From tooth brushes to smart locks, these upcoming gadgets make it easier to help your children grow and stay safe.
We test out the camera of the Kodak Ektra, a $549 photo-focused smartphone heading to the U.S. in April.
The $349 STEMI Hexapod kit has everything teens and adults need to build a very complex robot, including a series of video lessons and a powerful Arduino board.
The Deco M5 is TP-Link's attempt at whole-home networking product, though its unclear just how much the disc-shaped router will cost when it arrives in March.
Machine Gun Vegas offers a one-of-a-kind experience that pairs virtual video-game scenarios with real firearms.
Xiaomi had a busy CES, showing off its nearly bezel-less Mi Mix smartphone, while also unveiling a 4K TV and a router. There's just one catch: None of those products — the Mi Mix, the Mi TV 4 or the Mi Router HD — are coming to the U.S.To date, the Mi Box
This connected clock tracks kids' sleep patterns and shows them when it's time to wake up or stay in bed.
Not only can the LucidSound LS40 help improve your gaming experience, but it can make you look pretty stylish at the same time.
iBuyPower's Snowblind PC features a translucent LCD screen built right into its side panel, which can display videos, widgets and whatever other content you'd like to put on it.
The Disney Kids TV streaming box from Snakebyte is a prototype media player that puts kid-friendly content front and center.
This underwater PowerRay drone from Power Vision can go 0.005 leagues under the sea, but that's plenty.