Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Panasonic's AX800 series packs 4K LED backlight that promises quality akin to praised plasma HDTVs.
Intel chief Brian Krzanich launches a wave of wearables at his CES 2014 keynote along with a new version of its Quark embedded processor, code-named Edison.
Sony further pushes 4K lineup with the flagship XBR-X950B series.
Sen.se's Mother doll connects to up to 24 programmable 'cookies' to alert you when certain conditions are met - or not.
Huawei's Ascend Mate 2 can also charge up other mobile devices
Kolibree's sensor-packed electric toothbrush knows exactly when you're naughty and nice (to your teeth).
Iconic smartwatch pioneer shows it won't willingly cede mindshare in the ever-hotter wearables market.
The robotic toy is controlled over your home WiFi network or a network created by the robot itself.
SanDisk improves its Connect Flash Drive, which can connect up to eight devices.
Freescale's mini-computer called Warp allows DIYers and device makers prototype wearable devices
The toothbrush designers hope to launch a crowdfunding project on Kickstarter in the second quarter
Tao Wellshell is a pocket-size sensor hub that works with isometrics. The app has game-like interfaces to turn pressure into lost pounds.
New smartphone peripherals are on display at the Consumer Electronics Show
With CES 2014 about to begin, here are the people and companies we're keeping an eye on at this year's show.
For all the solid technology shown at CES, there's an equal amount of "throw it out and see what sticks" gadgets and gizmos. Here are some products that didn't work or didn't materialize.