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The Good Night Bulb from Lighting Science removes the kind blue hues of light that can keep your brain alert when you should be winding down for the day.
The Soloshot 2 is your own personal cameraman.
Intel, Freescale to ship mini-computers for do-it-yourselfers interested in wearable computing
TrackingPoint's targeting system tracks every variable you can throw at it AND includes live-streaming video capabilities.
Glass is always capitalized, never possessive, and never ever plural.
Thousands of products are showcased at CES each year. Here are the 10 products from the 2014 show that stood out from the crowd.
We've spent the past week in Las Vegas looking at the products unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. These 10 stand out from the crowd.
From smartwatches to smartglasses to wrist-worn activity trackers, wearables helped define CES 2014—and taught us a few things about product design.
What would you do with 199 different metrics about your bike ride? If you're salivating over the possibilities, Pioneer's Cycling Sports line of gear might be for you.
At this year's International CES, the most valuable real estate isn't the prime exhibit areas in the huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's you.
You can control the Bluetooth Fighting Robot with a handheld device, using infrared light to do battle with a robotic adversary.
They're still in a prototype stage, but these smartglasses give you a fighting chance of not being called a glasshole when you wear them in public.
The best way to see CES is by drone flyover. Take a look.
Tracking activity levels, sleep patterns, and heart and respiratory rates, the Voyce collar helps your pal Spot become a quantified dog.
Using an app on your iOS device, you can adjust the lighting in this LED lamp to any of 50 settings and even stream music from your mobile device. An Android version arrives next month.