Given the popularity of Pebble smartwatch, it’ll be interesting to see how quickly its app platform gets established and, more importantly, whether larger gadget makers take notice.
CES isn’t a crisp snapshot of the state of the industry — it’s more of an incomplete data dump. But here’s the thing: Imperfect though it is, frustrating though it can be, it’s still valuable.
Sometimes the neatest gadgets at CES can be found on the fringes of the show floor.
And lo, on the eighth day of the calendar month of January in the year 2013, a fork from the future appeared before the bewildered eyes of weary pressfolk attending a technology event in the city of Las Vegas.
Take the pulse of CES 2013 and you’ll find the usual gizmo lineup: smartphones, tablets, cameras, cars and high-end audio products. But this year, the show’s opening salvo involved something the industry refers to as “4K …
The YotaPhone’s main attraction is a 4.3-inch E-Ink display that sits on the phone’s curved backside, allowsing users to keep certain types of information in view, such as the time, notifications or a photo, without draining battery life.
For all the guilt-tripping about dead trees, we still can’t live without paper. But some day, we may be able to use flexible sheets of digital ink instead.
This is the bitter reality for Android phone makers right now. The improvements in the latest, most premium phones aren’t really that big of a deal.
If you’re a local or national TV reporter who’s been assigned the daunting task of putting together a piece explaining the Consumer Electronics Show, here’s the format to follow.
Forget the whole year in gaming, that’s just too big: Let’s talk about what’s on tap over the next three months, because the first quarter’s looking huge.
One of the great tech news stripteases in recent memory is the supposed development of a “Steam Box,” a home gaming system based on Valve’s beloved PC gaming service.
Intel made a smattering of announcements at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday. Here are five main things to expect from the company throughout the rest of the year.