It’s a whole new era at Yahoo ever since CES rock star Marissa Mayer took over. Except when it isn’t.
The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, held last week in Las Vegas, was a wonderland of next-generation craziness, some useless gadgets, other useful gadgets, and more and more hardware vanishing into […]
At the Wynn Hotel and Casino on Wednesday evening, wrestlers including Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin and WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon dropped another bombshell in the streaming wars. The oft-announced WWE Network will in fact become reality on Feb.
Critics of AT&T’s sponsored data plan say it’s a clear violation of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, but the FCC isn’t so sure.
Congress shouldn’t wait for a pending Federal Trade Commission investigation into patent troll practices before passing legislation, commissioner Julie Brill said today during an International CES panel on patent litigation reform.
Cisco’s John Chambers did Las Vegas proud with a slick, focused keynote heralding the arrival of the Internet of Everything.
Health technology meets entertainment at Able Planet, a company known equally for hearing aids and consumer audio. Their new Linx Fusion line of headphones takes the best elements of both to create a new multi-sensory device which transmits sound simultaneously through skin, ear, and bone.
Huawei is a major electronics manufacturer in China, but is still relatively unknown in the American market. Fortunately for CES attendees, their undaunted presence at CES shows a continuing interest in expanding their international consumer efforts.
While other home security technologies become more complex and interconnected, Canary decided to do the exact opposite, with stunning results. Canary decided to take the core functions of home security and condense them down into a single, elegant device. The Canary tracks motion, temperature, air quality, and sound to create a holistic view of the health and safety of your home.
Mercedes-Benz has driven a self-driving car 62 miles on the public streets of Germany, while Google has logged thousands of miles stateside with their technology. Even so, not many people would feel safe jumping into a self-driving car right now and hitting the streets.