Ford's new B-Max will serve as the seed for Sync in Europe, where Ford will begin aggressively rolling out its in-car connectivity features in 2012.
Nokia’s new PureView 808 leapfrogs competitors with a mind-blowing 41-megapixel camera, but the “how” behind this exponential gain remains blurry.
We got hands-on with the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity to see just what 2.3 million pixels packed into a netbook-sized screen look like.
We go hands on with the Asus PadFone, the phone that becomes a tablet that becomes a laptop.
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity tablet will offer incredible 1920 x 1200 resolution in a portable form factor, bringing new meaning to the term “sharp.”
What do you get when you put a phone inside a tablet? The Asus PadFone. And unlike most ideas this crazy, it’s not just a concept, it’s coming.
LG's new "L-Style" design concept carries across all three of it's new L phones: the L3, L5 and L7.
LG will take another crack at a glasses-free 3D phone with the Optimus 3D Max, which brings a brighter screen, faster processor and thinner profile.
LG’s 2012 lineup includes the powerful LG Optimus 4X, a whole new line of design-conscious phones, and the LT Optimus Vu, a 5-inch Android device to battle Samsung’s galaxy Note.
The HP x2301 LED Micro Thin monitor looks thin enough to belong on a laptop, but manages not to sacrifice picture quality for its unique industrial design.
CES isn’t just about gadgets, it’s about the future. Here’s what 2012 will look like, according to the Magic 8-Ball we shook up in Vegas.
From new laptops and tablets to the the most useful refrigerator drawer you'll ever use, Digital Trends' writers round up their favorite gadgets and inventions of CES 2012.
Acer’s second Ultrabook, the Aspire S5, was the thinnest pure Ultrabook exhibited at CES 2012, with some interesting features to accommodate for its waif new design.
We took a sneak peek at MyFord Mobile, the companion app to the upcoming Focus Electric that will help drivers make it around town on limited juice, charge up cheaply, and even reward better driving.
Sharp’s 80-inch Aquos Board lets you draw on top of an interface desktop, teleconference, and watch video in larger-than-life size.