Once dominated by TVs, stereos, and after-market car audio systems, CES has become the launch pad of choice for a slew of businesses-focused tech products.
The Tiki, Mikey Digital and Spark Digital range in price from $59 to $199 and are perfect for people who don't want to settle for mediocre audio capture.
A $100 box the size of a small bar of soap, CloudFTP turns any USB drive into a wireless file server for iPhones, iPads and any other Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Targus at CES is showing a prototype of iNotebook, a Bluetooth-enabled pen and receiver that captures your scribbles and can display them on an iPad in real time.
AfterShokz earphones sit in front of your ear, allowing you to hear what's going on around you while you're listening to your MP3 player.
Tely’s new videoconferencing system packs a high-def camera and Skype support into a cylinder that perches on top of your TV, enabling family-friendly, PC-free video conferencing on a big screen.
Intuit announced plans to launch the GoPayment service in Canada "soon," with other global rollouts to follow as well as a newly designed card swiper.
Play, a battery-powered video recorder and playback device, is roughly an inch thick and has a magnetized back to attach to a refrigerator.
The DigiSafe DiskCrypt is a 1.8-inch hard disk enclosure that provides strong, pre-boot encryption for anything on the disk--but it could cost more than the disk itself.
Got a shoebox of old photos that you want to view on your iPad or iPhone? These two new gadgets from Ion might make your life a little easier.
The latest home networking gear includes features that give you access to and control over your network from mobile devices.
Iomega adds two products to the growing army of network devices designed to make storing and serving up date easy and affordable.
The thin-and-light trend moves to power strips with this svelte offering from Powertech Industrial.