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A personal helicopter. A virtual reality gym.
NEW YORK (AP) — Internet-connected "smarts" are creeping into cars, refrigerators, thermostats and just about everything else in your home.
The world’s largest tech conference begins in Las Vegas next week and its speaker lineup will feature more diversity than it has in years past.
Sean O’Kane was at CES 2018, which ended earlier this month. He reported on the latest from the tech show for The Verge and joins us to catch us up.
The annual CES show is officially underway at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
It’s one of the largest attended shows in Las Vegas with 180,000 attendees expected to spill on to exhibit space over the course of the week.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show begins Tuesday at 11 official sites, including the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Sands Expo and Convention Center, and the Aria Convention Center.
It’s expected to draw more than 175,000 people to Las Vegas during the week.
NEW YORK — Published reports say Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is skipping the CES show in Las Vegas after receiving death threats.
Lyft and the self-driving software company AptivPlc will show off a fully-automated ride-hailing service at the upcoming Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas.
Another Consumer Electronics Show has come and gone with most of the 170,000 attendees headed back home after spending several days being overwhelmed by 3,600 exhibitors spanning more 2.4-million s
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A startup that harnesses the power of radio waves to charge your mobile devices has come up with an ultra-small transmitter to keep a fitness band topped up with power.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The automotive future according to Faraday Future looks an awful lot like a Corvette crossed with the Batmobile.
When it comes to cities that host major trade shows, Las Vegas has been at the front of the pack for years.
But could that change?
As the tech scene in Vegas grows, techies are looking for ways to merge the local startup and technology industry with the Consumer Electronics Show.