Even as you drive (rather than walk, run, or bike) from Point A to Point B, you can still keep track of your fitness levels, and it's all thanks to the Audi Fit Driver, which debuted in the U.S. at CES 2016.
If you're looking to even further divest from fossil fuels, you might want to consider two new consumer solar power products from American energy company NRG, who debuted the Sunbook 7 and Sunbook 14 kits at this year's CES.
Casio is the latest traditional watch maker to take a stab at making an Android Wear smartwatch. It's the WSD F10, and it's a brute of a device, but it has a selection of cool features that make it different to the competition. Here's what…
A little over two years since it purchased the iconic company from Google, Lenovo's phasing out the Motorola brand this coming year. It's part of an effort to unify the two firm's products under a single roof.
You know Planetary Resources? The company that wants to mine asteroids? Well we just bumped into them on the show floor at CES, and they brought something incredible with them: a 3D-printed object made from a pulverized meteorite.
Force Impact Technologies' revolutionary FITGuard mouthpiece helps athletes avoid head injuries by alerting them when the force of an impact is too high. Blinking LED lights quickly alert those wearing the device of an injury risk.