Intel's smallest ever wearable computer was almost invisible to the eye during a CES keynote.
Dr. Raymond Soneira, one of the world's leading experts on TV display tech, reality-checks one of the trendiest TV technologies of all.
The self-balancing sort-of scooter is the Segway's smarter, cheaper, app-connected cousin.
You think you're a good driver? Auto technology supplier QNX outfitted a Maserati QuattroPorte with all manner of sensors and cameras, so it can see more than any human could.
Just in case Facebook doesn't do the right thing with Oculus Rift, Razer's offering an alternative: Open Source VR that could democratize virtual reality.
We watch as an experimental car with high-resolution laser scanners cruises a lot, finds a spot, and parks, then returns to its driver, nice as you please.
Razer attacks living room with a new micro-console and the holy grail of living room PC gaming: a lapboard.
With more computing power than supercomputers used to test nuclear warheads with, Nvidia's Drive CX can give you a beautiful 3D dash board and even help park as though you had a camera floating twenty feet above it.