The Chinese pulled out their heavy guns for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, with bigger booths, and tons of high-end gadgets. But do any of these brands have a chance at becoming the next Samsung? The answer might surprise you.
After six days scouring Las Vegas for the best of best in technology at CES 2013, here are the gadgets we can't seem to stop talking about.
WiSA standardization brings hi-tech to hi-fi in a simple solution for wireless home audio.
GoldenEar Technology's Triton Seven speaker delivers huge sound from tiny tower speaker with a price a small as its footprint.
When Google first premiered Project Glass last year, it inarguably struck a chord. The augmented reality device is but-yet a prototype, only making it into the hands of developers and a handful of elite “beta testers” (looking at you, Diane Von…
Sennheiser showed off an impressive line-up of headphones at CES this year, including an in-ear pair with out-of-this-world pricing and performance.
Audi had a lot to show off at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, but perhaps its most impressive piece of hardware was a piece of metal that none of us will ever drive.
Due for release around April, Gigabyte’s new, as-yet-unnamed desktop computer is smaller than most paperback novels, yet supports up to Core i7 processors.
Using a brass body, the MX-1 features a new CMOS sensor that enhances performance. Plus, the Q10 goes color crazy and we discuss trends with Pentax.
The concept may seem simple, but Qi Wireless may be the biggest wave of technology headed to the mobile world. Setting the standard for wireless charging, we could only hope future gadgets will never require power cords ever again.
We take a close look at Dell's refreshed 2013 lineup, including the Inspiron R, XPS 13 and Latitude Essentials 10…
Makerbot is the face of the emerging 3D printing market. At CES it introduced us to its latest machine, the Replicator X2, and revealed it was releasing its Thingiverse API so developers can create apps to help us create products. It's very meta, and very…
With the Astell & Kern AK100, iriver targets a tiny niche of audiophiles willing to shell out $700 for ulta-high-fidelity sound. But is it worth it?