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If you’re unfamiliar with CES, it’s the annual Consumer Electronics Show held every January in Las Vegas—a.k.a. the best place to check out new tech products that have just hit the market (or, in some cases, aren’t even available for pre-order yet).   Read More...

Another week of fun after spending 7 days in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show – the mecca of current tech from all around the world.   Read More...

We told you recently about five trends to watch at CES 2018, and noted that we’d have more to say about one of them — wearables — when British tech magazine Stuff announced the picks for their annual Wearable Tech Awards.   Read More...

The wearables market in 2017 experienced some major consolidation with companies like Jawbone going under, Intel closing its wearables unit, and Fitbit having to restructure and move from fitness toward health.   Read More...

Each January, members of the technology industry from around the world travel to Las Vegas, a resort city in the middle of the Mojave Desert, to take part in the world’s largest technology convention, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).   Read More...

Whether it’s the latest smartwatch, “smart” wearables, or new portable charging concepts, it feels like we’re constantly inundated with the latest products claiming to revolutionize the way we connect with technology.   Read More...

If you want a mind-blowing look into the future—or at least the future as imagined by high-tech inventors who dream up robot dogs and $11,000 commodes (more on that later )—look no further than Vegas’ annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the wonderful, weird, and sometimes totally practical burgeoning technologies are on display each January.   Read More...

Friday’s hot tip for aspiring tech marketers: if you’re going to loan your motorized ride-on luggage to CES attendees, make sure your booth name is in big honking letters on both sides of the case, so journalists who see them zipping by can find you.   Read More...

Even though CES is known for TVs, robots, and cars, it’s also known to offer a dazzling assortment of smaller pieces of tech that can only be described as “gadgets.”   Read More...

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is one of the largest trade shows in the world, with more than 180,000 attendees and almost 4,000 exhibitors spread out over 2.75 million square feet of exhibit space.   Read More...

Among all the hardware, wires, and molded plastic at CES 2018 this year, I admit I made a beeline for the Mighty Purse booth, which featured the most gorgeous floor to (almost) ceiling display of charging purses that would be stunning, even if they didn’t charge your purse.   Read More...

I’ve been back several days from CES 2018, the Consumer Electronic Show, and I’m so happy to discover so many innovative new coding toys for kids this year that are giving new meaning to “best coding toys for kids.”   Read More...

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show just wrapped up in Las Vegas, and several hearing aid manufacturers released some new technology.   Read More...

Every year, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas brings out the best and brightest in new tech innovations, from home gadgets to productivity aids to health tools. As always, wearable tech was a popular category at CES 2018—and some seriously intriguing fitness-specific products were announced.   Read More...

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the largest trade show in the world, closed the books on 2018 on Friday, January 12th. 170,000 attendees swarmed Vegas for four days of floor showcases, panels, parties, and traffic gridlock.   Read More...

Orcam’s new wearable artificial device, MyEye 2.0, has been recognised after winning a Last Gadget Standing competition at the Consumer Technology Association (CES) conference 2018.   Read More...

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or are perhaps a company executive or a member of Congress with a gold-plated, fully paid-for insurance plan, you know healthcare costs in the United States have skyrocketed in the past 30 years.   Read More...

In addition to being the year of the smart home, 2018 is the year of connected gadgets for your pet. After all, who says wearables and other connected devices are reserved for humans?   Read More...

We’re halfway through CES, and so far we’ve seen some cool stuff — fitness gear that could change the way we work out, and even some shades that might actually make augmented reality viable.   Read More...

Consumer products connected to the internet – IoT devices – dominated the CES showfloor this year as more companies unveiled connected products for the home, for athletics, and the factory floor.   Read More...

You’ve probably never heard of Oska Wellness, but it’s a startup that makes the Oska Pulse ($399), a Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) device that’s designed to help alleviate chronic muscle pain by increasing blood flow to impacted areas of your body.   Read More...

Augmented reality, electric cars and robots are just some of the themes that we can expect to features heavily at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event in Las Vegas this week.   Read More...

Reliefband 2.0 is a health tech wearable that offers a drug-free option for nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness, virtual reality experiences, chemotherapy and morning sickness.   Read More...

Guesswork is often involved in predicting the “next big thing” — but with CES upon us, the future is almost now.   Read More...

The CES, Gitex, ITExpo, Techspo, and the Mobile World Congress events shall announce and portend the unveilings and announcements for technological products soon to come.   READ MORE...