LAS VEGAS -- That's a wrap: CES 2014 is history.
As the largest global gathering for the consumer electronics and technology industry, the International CES is always viewed as a barometer for where tech is headed in the coming year. To be sure, part of that trend is that many once cutting-edge products -- mobile phones, tablets, PCs, and TVs -- have begun to enter middle age. This year's upgrades are looking more evolutionary than revolutionary -- but also more approachable and mainstream than ever before.
But other categories -- car tech, home automation, and especially wearable technology … Read more