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.
Samsung's C-Lab will be showcasing S-Ray portable directional speakers at CES 2018, and it could be a breakthrough for personal audio.
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 a new 8K TV that will deliver the very best resolution out there in the biggest size ever for an OLED set.
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.
AARP VP Anne Marie Kilgallon talks to FamilyTech TV about the best ways for people 50+ to make the most of technology.
The Bloomlife wearable device can monitor pregnant women's contractions and let them know when it's time to go to the hospital.
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.
LG actually announced its line of Tone wearable speakers in the build-up to CES, but last week's consumer trade show gave us a chance to try out the audio gear in person. And hearing, as they say, is believing.Two audio products shared the
The da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix, which lets you blend colors from a single nozzle was just one low-priced 3D printer from XYZprinting that caught our eye at CES.
Children as young as three years old can learn basic programming skills by rolling the KUBO robot over a series of tiles.
Comcast's automation and security system ties together a variety of smart home gadgets into one helpful package.
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.
The Acer Predator Z301CT gaming monitor features eye-tracking technology built to give players a competitive edge.
This Lego set lets children as young as seven build five different robots and program them with a mobile app.
Machine Gun Vegas offers a one-of-a-kind experience that pairs virtual video-game scenarios with real firearms.
Robo's handy app makes it easy to get files onto your printer from Dropbox and Google Drive, and iCloud support is coming soon.
The one-time king of instant photography is bringing that same approach to 3D printing with new printers and pens coming to the U.S. later this year.