Rapid review: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
Sep 30, 2013 3:17 PM
The new Tegra X1 is roughly twice as powerful as the Tegra K1 that Nvidia that launched last year. The X1 also forms the foundation for an audacious new vision for self-driving cars.
Hey, Siri, please effortlessly control lights and appliances all over my house.
OK, it's one of the most mission-specific wearables you'll ever see. But if you care about jumping, it seems possibly game-changing.
Push notifications, gamification, and calendar integration work together to nudge you into better habits.
The tiny robots, which cost $50 each, can be programmed to follow a path and react to different visual commands.
LG's new G Flex 2 has a 5.5-inch curved display and a battery that can charge from zero to 50 percent in about 40 minutes.
CyberPower's new Fang Trinity looks like no PC we've ever seen but it still packs a punch with a powerful graphics card and truly unique design.
Nvidia unveiled its new "super chip" called the Tegra X1 at CES. The chip has double the performance of the existing Tegra K1 and is the centerpiece of two new computing systems designed to power the car of the future.