Intel’s CES 2018 keynote discussed the role of data in the future of VR, sports, movies, computing and autonomous transportation.
This augmented reality headset uses object recognition to identify people and places, then imposes important information on your field of view.
Available this summer, Lenovo's Smart Displays have bigger screens than the Echo Show, better-looking designs and do more with touch.
Samsung's QLED technology will get much better in 2018, if the gorgeous, richly colored displays we saw at CES 2018 are any indication.
The GDU O2 offers many of the same features as the DJI Mavic Pro, but costs hundreds less. Is it the bargain it seems?
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 will power Facebook's Oculus Go VR headset. Also announced was a low-power chipset that extends ear-bud talk time.
The HTC Vive Pro VR headset is better than the Vive in almost every way, and a new wireless adaptor will work with both headsets.
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.
MSI's Optix MPG monitors feature customizable SteelSeries lights that can react to the in-game action.
AMD is bringing out a series of new Ryzen chips for desktop, including a pair of affordable processors with integrated Radeon graphics.
Nvidia's Big Format Gaming Displays cram features such as 4K, HDR and G-Sync into a giant 65-inch screen with a built-in Shield.
The OneLink Safe & Sound is the first smoke detector with Amazon Alexa, and a Google Assistant version is coming later this year.
Nvidia's Drive Xavier CPU is the most advanced chip of its kind, and will power the next generation of self-driving cars.
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.
Vuzix's Blade AR glasses will have Amazon's voice assistant built in, but will they be worth the $1,000 price?
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.
Mad Catz is back from the dead and will debut a new mouse, keyboard and headset at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.