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Where are our jetpacks and flying cars?

Jan 6, 2014
As CES opens, exhibitors are showing all sorts of gadgets and apps that will connect you to everything in your home and your car.

Will I get stuck in the Kitchen Aid ecosystem?

Jan 6, 2014
At the big tech CES conference in Las Vegas, many new devices will come out that will help construct the internet of things.

Cars get even more connected with Google's Open Automotive Alliance

Jan 6, 2014
Honda and GM will join Audi in using Android operating systems.

Looking at the future of the TV

Jan 6, 2014
Higher definition? Interactive programming? More movies at home? We look at what's next for TV.

Consumer Electronics Show wraps it up

Jan 11, 2013
And, contrary to reports, there's still plenty of life in the Las Vegas' annual tech extravaganza.

Qualcomm makes a splash at CES, MIT moves us closer to hologram TVs

Jan 11, 2013
At CES, Qualcomm gives a baffling keynote and start up Veveo gets a boost. Also, MIT has invented a new process of bending light on a computer chip, which means we're a step closer to hologram televisions, biomedical imaging, and autonomous driving.

An audio postcard from the floor of CES 2013

Jan 11, 2013
Reporting from the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev.

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CES gadgets, 4K TV, and can Polaroid reinvent itself in the digital era?

Jan 10, 2013
One company you wouldn't necessarily expect to be at a giant conference about the technology of the future: Polaroid. But the company has been around for 75 years, says CEO Scott Hardy, and it plans to be just as relevant now as it was when it was making goggles for World War II fighter pilots.

Self-driving cars debut at CES

Jan 9, 2013
Google has one, so does Toyota and Audi. Self-driving cars debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The future of driveless cars at CES, Google to provide Wi-Fi to Manhattan neighborhood

Jan 9, 2013
Amid the tablets and the smartphones at CES, Toyota is showing off a robot car, called the Lexus LS460. In New York's Chelsea neighborhood, they turned an old elevated rail line into a public park. Now that part of town is getting another amenity with no admission charge: Free Wi-Fi courtesy of Google.