Amazon's jump into the chip business won't change what's in Fire devices -- for now -- but it'll help the retailer drive more media delivery, file storage and cloud systems in homes and data centers.
Ever seen voice-activated fitness tracking sunglasses? Or smartwatch-like devices producing music out of thin air? They were all on show during Intel's keynote at this year's CES.
Intel has made a new smartphone with a 3D RealSense camera that can recognize objects and detect motion and gestures, much like a Kinect camera.
Intel's new thumb-size Compute Stick PCs are getting faster and more sophisticated, but also more expensive.
It's a small victory for Windows PC makers over Apple in displays: they are ahead in putting vibrant OLED screens in computers.
Dell believes it can offer a sexier, lighter and more feature-loaded tablet than Microsoft's Surface with its new Latitude 12 7000.
New chips on show at CES should make 4K video playback and capture easier for consumer electronics.
In the not too distant future, PC makers want to free your laptop of wires and cables. Some announcements at CES signal progress toward that goal.
Hidden deep inside Nvidia's hour-long presentation was a momentary glimpse into the company's latest integrated Tegra chip, which could have a significant impact on the company's direction in supercomputing, entertainment and mobile products.
Watching movies and playing games on today's computers are getting better with 4K resolution, but a new connector for TVs and monitors could allow laptops and desktops to connect to 8K displays as early as 2018.
HP will ship a Spectre X360 hybrid with an OLED display in the U.S. spring season.
If Nvidia's new "supercomputer for cars" called Drive PX 2 works as promised, self-driving cars won't fall into a lot of trouble with the police.
Lenovo is stretching outside its comfort zone by developing its first game ever, called Game State, an action and role-playing game that will debut later this year.
Intel will use Ascending Technologies' algorithms with 3D RealSense cameras.
The pocket-size T3 isn't just for PCs.