LG's newly announced G Flex 2 is faster, better looking, and more durable than the original - plus it has been given a healthy spec upgrade, resulting in a phone that's more desirable than even the G3.
Qualcomm wants the Snapdragon processor you have in your phone to power the Internet of Things, and it has revealed how connecting even the most mundane city objects to the Internet can be hugely beneficial. Here are three examples.
Digital hand-writing is a neat concept, but its often bundled into devices that are extremely expensive. Not so with the Toshiba Encore 2 Write 8, a Windows tablet that packs an awesome stylus for $349.
AC specialist Carrier debuted Côr, its a smart thermostat, at CES 2015. While the features aren't terribly different from Nest, what may set it apart is that Carrier has over 100 years of experience in the heating and cooling business.
Despite being surrounded by some of the most advanced gaming tech in the world, Stern Pinball's booth was one of the hottest spots on the CES showfloor this year -- a beautiful metaphor for the current state of pinball as a whole
Ion's affordable Air LP turntable sports Bluetooth for streaming vinyl records wirelessly to Bluetooth speakers and headphones. We go hands on at CES 2015.
OmSignal makes compression shirts which monitor everything from your heart rate to your step count, and now it has announced a training program which allows a personal trainer to build a fitness program for you, based around the stats collected from the shirt…
Bang & Olufsen revealed another iconic audio component at CES 2015 with the Beosound Moment, a wireless music streamer unlike anything we've seen before.
Samsung's calls its latest TV technology SUHD, which is confusing a lot of consumers still wrapping their heads around UHD in general. We talk with Samsung's Dave Das to get an understanding of what exactly SUHD is.
GoldenEar Technology caused another ruckus of sorts at CES this year, bringing out the brand new Triton Five, which was met with widespread praise. DT's Caleb Denison has this ears-on report.
Livescribe is working on an Android version of its smartpen companion app, scheduled to arrive in spring 2015. It has all the same power as the iOS app, but it's based on Google's Material Design.