CES 2016 - News, Features, and Slideshows


  • Zeiss offers a drone's eye view with VR app and headset

    Zeiss, the optics company best known for its high-quality lenses, is trying to attract drone operators to its high-end Google Cardboard-compatible VR headset with a new app that lets them see from the sky.

    Written by Blair Hanley Frank09 Jan. 16 04:56
  • Lenovo open to making a HoloLens competitor

    The idea of Lenovo bringing out a HoloLens-like competitor to market isn't far-fetched to the company's chief technology officer Peter Hortensius.

    Written by Agam Shah09 Jan. 16 01:24
  • This Lincoln can be driven with a game controller

    If you think sitting in the back seat of a full-size Lincoln MKZ and driving it with a game controller sounds like a dangerous proposition, you're right. It is. But that's just what's possible with a car brought to CES by Illinois-based AutonomouStuff.

    Written by Martyn Williams09 Jan. 16 01:17
  • Inside the mobile drone command post of the future

    At a fraction of the cost of a helicopter, it's no surprise that public safety agencies and media companies are eyeing drones for serious work but how to monitor and control them? The Trident is a converted Mercedes Benz van that can act as a complete mobile command post for drones.

    Written by Martyn Williams08 Jan. 16 03:05
  • Consumer products at CES aren’t the half of it

    Organizers of CES boast that nearly 4,000 companies are exhibiting technology for 175,000 visitors. Of those 4,000 companies, about 1,000 work in the Internet of Things arena.

    Written by Matt Hamblen08 Jan. 16 00:30
  • Hands on: Panasonic's Toughbook 20 is a 2-in-1 that's ready for war

    Windows 2-in-1s are growing increasingly popular, and Panasonic is joining the fray in its own particular way with the Toughbook 20, a new device that's designed to take advantage of popular consumer trends while still being able to handle a hardcore environment.

    Written by Blair Hanley Frank07 Jan. 16 23:50
  • IBM cuts new Watson deals that push it deeper into health

    When you think of IBM you probably don't think of consumer electronics, but the company's CEO came to Las Vegas Wednesday to push IBM's Watson technology deeper into wearables and health.

    Written by James Niccolai07 Jan. 16 07:25