“Carry Me” isn’t just a song; it’s a whole PlayStation VR experience, and no two listening sessions will be quite the same.
The new Bitdefender Box looks to be what the earlier model isn't -- a stand-alone home Wi-Fi router providing serious network security.
A ride in Hyundai's first self-driving vehicle reveals a car with very impressive intelligence — and an overabundance of caution.
As T-Mobile moves to unlimited carrier plans only, it will give users $10 back each month if they use less than 2GB of data.
Touch interaction specialist Qeexo shows off technology that creates virtual tools on a touch screen, based on how you position your hand.
The Dell Canvas 27 connects to existing PCs while providing touch and pen input, plus a Totem that works like the Surface Dial.
Xumo can make Internet channels function just like their cable counterparts, and now the feature will work on both Hisense and Sharp TVs.
Alcatel's $200 A3 XL smartphone will sport a 6-inch screen and a fingerprint sensor that offers a number of different functions.
They may look like a less attractive pair of Oakleys, but the Vuzix Blade 3000 sunglasses have AR power under the hood.
The $180 Coolpad Conjr features a fingerprint sensor, 13-megapixel rear camera and 3GB of RAM, making it a compelling budget option.
The 5.9-inch phablet goes on sale in the U.S. on January 6 for $599. And Huawei says it will have Alexa built in at some point in 2017.
The new Nvidia Shield leverages Google Assistant to help you find content to watch, answer questions and control your smart home.
The New Balance RunIQ watch has GPS and a heart rate monitor, and will offer training insights as you run.
Asus' Zenfone AR is the first smartphone to feature Google's Project Tango and Daydream VR in one device.
Alarm.com is working on a system that will deploy a drone to see if someone's broken into your house.
The G-Vert is designed for athletes who want to get real-time data on the intensity, power and balance of their movements.
Symantec unveiled the Norton Core, a home Wi-Fi router designed to keep smart-home devices and kids safe from the horrors of the internet.
D-Link's Covr uses an AC2600 dual-band router and AC1300 Wi-Fi Extender to make sure your Wi-Fi network reaches every corner of your home.
The Moen U smart shower lets you pre-set the perfect temperature and start your shower from your smartphone.
New Linksys gaming router automatically detects Killer networking adapters on PCs, optimizes performance accordingly.
Roku put together a handful of trends that may influence how people watch TV – and how they don’t – in 2017.
The Kingston HyperX Alloy RGB keyboard aims to offer the full mechanical package for a reasonable sum without sacrificing quality.
For three figures and not a ton of space, you can have the VivoPC X, a VR-ready desktop computer, in your home.
The Asus GT51CH has been upgraded with Kaby Lake power and features a stunningly huge chassis with customization lighting.
The Dish AirTV player will offer both streaming channels (including 4K fare) and OTA local channels in a single device.
New technology could make fitness tracking less confusing for both new wearable customers and Apple Watch users.
This new smart bed can warm your toes, sense and adjust to your every move and wake your snoring partner.
Linksys' entry into the mesh router market is Velop, which boasts a triband setup for better performance and a handful of Alexa skills.