CES has become the place for companies to showcase new, innovative and promising technology.
As we saw last week during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas--and will this week at the Detroit Auto Show--the future of the automobile industry will be driven by the technology.
Today CNET is launching a smart home in Louisville, Ky., where its editorial team can see how the homes of tomorrow will function—like a test kitchen for the Internet of Things.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week attracted a diverse crowd, from suited CMOs to A-list celebs. Here's a look at some of the hottest events.
While there will be plenty to see on the floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week, much of the value from attending the Consumer Electronics Show can be found in the event's less-crowded corners. These are the hotels, parties, dinners, panels and spaces, away from the row upon row of cheaply made phone accessories, where the shadow CES takes shape.
On Sept. 19, CBS Interactive’s CNET will introduce CNET en Español, a Spanish-language edition of the tech news site that will be produced by a team of a dozen journalists.
Easily the best moment in the CBS Interactive NewFront on Tuesday evening came at the beginning of the presentation, when Les Moonves offered pre-taped advice to both CBSi president Jim Lanzone and the rest of the NewFront audience.
In a world where half of Facebook posts are now images, Web editors swoon over responsive design and brands place photos in tweets, it’s clear the Internet has become a more visual place.
Fanning the flames of controversy over Dish's Hopper ad-skipping service, the International CES awarded Hopper with Sling the "Best of Show" co-winner, along with Razer Edge.
When CBS torpedoed CNET's planned "best of show" award for Dish's Hopper, it may have also blown to bits broadcasters' best chance for looser media ownership rules at the Federal Communications Commission.