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CES 2015 Videos

Appliances

Miele's oven will help you cook if you can stomach the cost
The Miele Dual Fuel 48-inch Range packs in premium features for a premium price.
by Andrew Gebhart
MyFox Security stays on the lookout
With sensors, a camera and a backup battery, MyFox comes prepared to keep watch.
by Andrew Gebhart
Blossom acts as a meteorologist for your sprinklers
The Blossom Smart Watering Controller uses the cloud to help your sprinklers watch the clouds.
by Andrew Gebhart
The Lynx is one smart grill
This $7,500 grill will cost ya, but it's decked out with Wi-Fi, voice-activation and an Android and iOS app for easy, hands-off food prep.
by Megan Wollerton
Going gaga over the Igoo Smartlamp
The Igoo Smartlamp can change colors and play music for optimal on-demand ambience.
by Megan Wollerton
Elgato's sensors give Siri a sense of smell
Compatible with HomeKit, Elgato Eve will offer a variety of air and security sensors to keep your home safe.
by Andrew Gebhart
Grid Connect's Outlet forms a smart home foundation
Plug your electronics into the internet and into HomeKit compatibility with this connected outlet.
by Andrew Gebhart
Give some direction to your hot air with this connected vent
The Keen Home Smart Vent can optimize your home's airflow and direct the heat to the rooms where you need it the most.
The Lucis NuBryte lights up your connected home
At $199 a pop, this room-by-room automation and security device might be on the pricier side of CES 2015 DIY gadgets.
by Megan Wollerton
Apple's smart home plans take shape with the iDevices Switch
This smart outlet adapter is one of the first connected home devices with support for Apple's HomeKit.
by Rich Brown
Whirlpool gives this french-door fridge an extra compartment
Whirlpool's new Double Drawer French Door refrigerator takes food your food and beverage organization seriously.
by Megan Wollerton
The intelligent Alba LED works with Nest
With automatic dimming, color tunability and motion sensors built right in, this brainy bulb looks like a smart partner for the learning thermostat.
by Ry Crist
WeMo has a smart plan for plumbing and power
New sensors with "Echo Technology" will read your utility usage down to the last detail.
by Ry Crist
Plug Siri into your home with this connected plug
The iHome Smart Plug boasts HomeKit compatibility.
by Andrew Gebhart
Oomi's smart-home vision takes shape around its Cube
The Oomi Cube multi-tasks well enough to stand out amongst the many smart-home offerings at CES.
by Andrew Gebhart
CNET's CES 2015 Smart Home Panel: Openness, security and consumer understanding
CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine leads a discussion with ADT, the Home Depot, IFTTT, Quirky and SmartThings on the direction of the smart home for 2015 and beyond.
by Lindsey Turrentine
LG's mirrored fridge is no wallflower
LG adds a second nestled compartment and a snazzy black mirrored finish to its newest Door-in-Door fridge.
by Megan Wollerton
Samsung's three-in-one oven adapts to your needs
This versatile Flex Duo Dual Door range converts into a double oven with separate top drawer.
by Andrew Gebhart
Samsung's high end fridges get thinner
At CES, Samsung unveils counter-depth versions of its food showcase fridges and its T9000 fridge.
by Andrew Gebhart
U Wi-Fi Thermostat is an affordable option
At $49, the U is an affordable option for homes that want the flexibility of controlling a thermostat via an app.
by Lexy Savvides
PicoBrew's Zymatic automates home beer brewing
This Kickstarted automated home brewer has just started shipping to its backers, and promises to make craft brewing as easy as pushing a button.
by Rich Brown
What's cooking with Anova at CES 2015?
The makers of the popular sous vide circulator have a smart upgrade planned for this summer.
by Ry Crist
The first wave of HomeKit products arrives
CNET's Rich Brown sits down with iDevices, Chamberlain, and Schlage to discuss their new smart home devices that support Apple's HomeKit initiative.
by Rich Brown
First Alert goes from safety to smart home
Smoke alarm maker First Alert has a new suite of smart-home products called Onelink.
by Rich Brown
Samsung's SmartThings next-gen hub does more
The SmartThings home automation and security brand shares its new connected hardware at CES 2015.
by Megan Wollerton
Panasonic's Smart Mirror changes your look
This prototype mirror can show you new makeup and facial hair styles on your face in real time.
by Sarah Mitroff
E Fun takes a step into home security and automation
E Fun's new $299 Nexturn Gold security and automation kit is ready to tackle your connected home.
by Megan Wollerton
The Piper NV is a home security vision
Icontrol's $269 Piper NV adds night vision and an improved resolution to its all-in-one home security package.
by Megan Wollerton
Samsung's new washing machine has a built-in sink
The Active Wash has a plastic sink for giving your clothes a good scrubbing before they get washed. We take a look at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
LG puts a washing machine inside a washing machine
LG's new Twin Wash system is two washing machines in one. Hit play to check out this tech oddity.
by Luke Westaway
Parrot turns your water bottle into an automatic plant reservoir
Parrot adds automatic watering to its plant sensor with a simple attachment for your everyday water bottle.
by Andrew Gebhart
DreamScience lulls you to sleep
This sleep companion has relaxing sounds and lights that ease you into slumber.
by Lexy Savvides
The low-priced Guardzilla security camera won't bite
This oddly triangular camera costs $99 and comes with some pretty snazzy features.
by Megan Wollerton
A lock with Siri smarts from Schlage at CES
Schlage's newest deadbolt taps into HomeKit to give Siri control over your pod bay door.
by Ry Crist
Good news: Your Canary is coming this week
At CES 2015, the Indiegogo smash from 2013 announced that it'll begin shipping out to backers within days.
by Ry Crist
Chamberlain Notifi brings smarts to your front door
This security camera/LED bulb/doorbell set offers smart front door monitoring in one affordable package.
by Rich Brown
Whirlpool rolls out updated smart washer and dryer set
Along with keeping up its Nest partnership, Whirlpool adds downloadable wash and dry cycles and other tools to make washing smarter.
by Rich Brown
Edyn's garden sensor strives for perfection
Edyn brings connected tech to your garden to help keep your plants healthy.
by Andrew Gebhart
The Intel Smart Clip knows if you leave your baby in the car
This Bluetooth seat belt clip alerts you if you walk away from the car with the baby still in their seat. It also tracks baby's temperature too.
by Sarah Mitroff
Four new WeMo gadgets on display at CES
Belkin's new sensors bring new functionality to WeMo-powered smart homes.
by Ry Crist

Audio and Headphones

This ordinary-looking table has a secret life as a Bluetooth speaker
With speakers located on the legs and a subwoofer underneath the table, the Nom produces enough sound to fill a 50 square meter room.
by Lexy Savvides
The PonoPlayer brings high-quality music to audiophiles
We get our hands on Neil Young's uniquely designed PonoPlayer, which delivers high-quality audio and a balanced output for true stereo sound.
by Brian Tong
Wearhaus Arc headphones let you listen with friends
Share your tunes wirelessly with these headphones that broadcast the same music to three other listeners.
by Lexy Savvides
Sony's newest Walkman is for audiophiles only
Willing to spend $1,000-plus for an MP3 player? This Walkman is for you.
by Sarah Mitroff
Check out Samsung's oddly shaped new speakers
Samsung's new egg-shaped speakers promise 360-degree sound, and come in different shapes and sizes. Hit play to take a look.
by Luke Westaway
Philips Fidelio B5's surrounds double as BT speakers
The Philips Fidelio B5 is a soundbar with truly wireless surround speakers that can also double as portable Bluetooth speakers.
by Ty Pendlebury
Philips F1: Premium on-ear headphone delivers strong sound
The $200 F1 doesn't feature the noise-cancelling NC1, but it does offer the same impressive sound quality in a comfortable on-ear design.
by David Carnoy
Philips Fidelio NC1: Top-notch on-ear noise-cancelling headphone
The $300 NC1 offers excellent sound and comfort in a lightweight design that delivers effective noise-cancellation.
by David Carnoy
Philips Fidelio XS1 blends into your living space
The Philips Fidelio XS1 is an ultra-slim sound base which offers unobtrusive design and a subwoofer you can literally slip under the couch.
by Ty Pendlebury
Philips M2BT: A compact and comfortable on-ear Bluetooth headphone
Its list price of $300 is a bit high, but the the M2BT is well-designed, good sounding wireless headphone.
by David Carnoy
Philips Fidelio X2 Headphones
Featuring plush velour memory foam ear cups, a calf leather-wrapped headband, and 50mm neodymium drivers, the Philips Fidelio X2 headphones
by Justin Yu
Philips FL3X Bluetooth Speaker
Small enough to fit in your pocket, the Phlips Fl3X Bluetooth speaker expands on both sides to add more bass punch to your music.
by Justin Yu
UE Megaboom: Top indoor/outdoor wireless speaker gets jumbo sized
The $300 Megaboom, around double the size of the original Boom, has a totally waterproof design and produces bigger sound with fuller bass.
by David Carnoy
Parrot Zik Sport smart headphones know how you run
Meet the smart headphones that give you metrics on your jogging performance.
by Luke Westaway

Car Tech

GM unveils the new Chevy Volt
At CES in Las Vegas, Chevy CMO Tim Mahoney unveiled the newly redesigned Chevy Volt with a longer range and a better EV mode.
by Brian Cooley
CNET's Connected Car panel explores the future of transportation at CES
The connected car is now a thing of today, so what does tomorrow now hold for vehicular communication? Join CNET's panel of experts for an exciting discussion about what's coming next.
by Tim Stevens
VW Parking Assist takes the pain out of parallel parking
We go hands-on with this feature that turns the wheels for you when you park the VW eGolf.
by Sarah Mitroff
Cars of the future won't need drivers
At CES 2015, car makers showed off their visions for the cars of the future. The concept cars and features include gesture control, smartwatch integration and vehicles that find their own parking spaces. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us for a ride.
by Kara Tsuboi
Ford CEO on why CES matters
CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley sits down with Ford Chief Executive Mark Fields and discusses how the company thinks about technology in the car and its plans for future innovation.
by Brian Cooley
Mercedes unveils its car of the future
At CES 2015, Mercedes-Benz reveals its version of the car of the future, the F015​ Luxury in Motion. Dr. Dieter Zetsche​, head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, says "the car can drive autonomously or have a human driver."
BMW looks to add gesture control
At CES, BMW demonstrated its gesture control feature for its in-car infotainment system. In the future, drivers will be able to change the radio volume, start navigation or answer a call with the wave of a hand or by pointing a finger.
by Kara Tsuboi
BMW's 360-degree anticollision technology brakes for you
BMW shows off anticollision technology that applies the brakes for a driver, even if they're flooring the gas pedal. Though it will likely be several years before the tech is widely available, CNET's Kara Tsuboi gets behind the wheel to test it out.
by Kara Tsuboi
VW shows the car of tomorrow with Golf R Touch​
At CES 2015, VW shows off its tech-infused Golf R Touch, which has larger head-unit displays, customizable lighting and gesture control capabilities.
Toyota opens up hydrogen fuel cell patents
At the 2015 International CES, Toyota hopes to usher in the age of hydrogen fuel cell cars by giving other companies royalty-free access to 5,680 patents.
BMW links smartwatches to self-parking tech
The German automaker's app in the works lets drivers use smartwatches to command a BMW to park itself in a multi-level garage. The driver can also use the wearable tech to retrieve the car.
by Kara Tsuboi
Parrot RNB 6 car system loves CarPlay and Android Auto
This ambitious auto entertainment system is compatible with Apple and Google's car systems. We take a look at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
What to expect from car tech
Check out the future of driving with CNET's Wayne Cunningham at CES 2015.
by Wayne Cunningham

Computers and Hardware

This is the USB you've been waiting for
USB Type C is reversable, so it doesn't matter how you plug it in. We go hands-on with it.
by Sarah Mitroff
The most innovative computers of CES 2015
We go hands-on and show off all the notable laptops, hybrids, and desktops of the show.
by Dan Ackerman
XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer can make cookies and more
Thanks to the new XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer, you can soon be very creative with your cakes and cookies.
by Dong Ngo
The Airwolf 3D AW3D HD-R 3D printer can print lots of materials
Airwolf 3D printed an entire custom-fit dress and accessories to show off its new AW3D HD-R 3D printer.
by Dong Ngo
New directions in 3D printing
CNET's Donald Bell hosts a panel discussion with Other Machine Co., Formlabs, and MCOR, three unique outliers in the increasingly crowded world of 3D printers.
by Donald Bell
Design 3D objects, play games with the Touch 3D haptic stylus
3D Systems' $500 stylus gives you haptic feedback as you sculpt 3D objects from clay or play an interactive game like Jenga.
by Sharon Profis
HP shrinks the desktop into the Pavilion and Stream Mini
A pair of pocket-sized PCs take aim at the Mac Mini and other small form factor desktops.
by Dan Ackerman
Origin unveils laptop line with desktop CPUs inside
Origin PC CEO Kevin Wasielewski joins Jeff Bakalar on the CNET CES stage to show off the company's brand new EON15-X, a 15" laptop that somehow jams in a desktop i7 4790K CPU inside.
by Jeff Bakalar
Epson Home Cinema 600 is intriguingly cheap
With 3,000 lumens of brightness, Epson says its new projector could be a perfect fit for your back yard. We take a look at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
CocoJet is every chocolate lover's dream
On-demand chocolate treats? Yes, please. The CocoJet prints small custom-designed treats from milk chocolate in just an hour's time.
by Sharon Profis
The Dell XPS 13 packs a 13-inch display into a deceptively compact shell
Don't be fooled by the small footprint: there's a quad-HD screen and Intel Broadwell CPU inside.
by Nate Ralph
Dell's Alienware 17 packs potent power into a slightly smaller shell
You'd be hard pressed to notice, but Dell's new Alienware gaming machines have slimmed down a tad.
by Nate Ralph
New CPUs and screen sizes for the ThinkPad Yoga
With a clever mechanical keyboard that solves the main complaint about the Yoga line, the ThinkPad Yoga is the best of both worlds.
by Dan Ackerman
Lenovo promises world's lightest 13-inch laptop and hybrid with the LaVie Z series
In partnership with NEC, Lenovo offers a 13-inch laptop at 1.7 pounds, and a Yoga-style hybrid at just over two pounds.
by Dan Ackerman
HP UHD and curved displays
The company has a new collection of 4K, 5K, and curved monitors for PCs.
by Dan Ackerman
HP Zvr goes for blended reality
This new virtual reality system, built around a 24-inch 3D display, might save more than a few frogs.
by Dan Ackerman
Acer take Chrome big with the Chromebook 15
A larger screen, and better CPUs, aim to make Chrome OS mainstream
by Dan Ackerman
Acer V 17 Nitro adds Intel RealSense 3D camera, but no Broadwell
This gaming laptop line adds a new 3D camera setup, but doesn't upgrade to Intel's next-gen CPUs, yet.
by Dan Ackerman
Lenovo lines up the ThinkPad Stack for modular PC accessories
Add an access point or extra hard drive with these new mix-and-match add-on boxes.
by Dan Ackerman
Samsung's curved all-in-one, the Ativ One 7
The curve in Samsung's bigscreen UHD TV trickles down to an all-in-one desktop.
by Dan Ackerman
Samsung slims down the Book 9
The high-end laptop drops to a 12-inch screen, and under two pounds.
by Dan Ackerman
What to expect from computers, hardware and gaming
CNET's Dan Ackerman anticipates a ton of new tech at the upcoming CES 2015.
by Dan Ackerman

Digital Photo and Video

Socialmatic camera turns old-school Polaroids digital
The Socialmatic camera merges Polaroid nostalgia with digital photos. It runs Android and spits out prints.
by Lexy Savvides
Nikon D5500 is the company's first touchscreen dSLR
It may be a few years behind the pack, but the Nikon D5500 houses the company's first dSLR touchscreen, and it's relatively large at 3.2 inches.
by Lexy Savvides
This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera
The Seek camera by Seek Thermal comes in Android or iOS flavours, and could help you hunt down heating leaks in your house.
by Luke Westaway
Sony's tiny Action Cam gets 4K
Strap this 4K beauty to your hanglider for extremely hi-res action shots. We go hands on at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
Get a look at Sony's new 4K camcorder
The AX33 is a fully fledged 4K camcorder that's smaller and lighter than its predecessor. Check it out.
by Luke Westaway
For perfectly-lit selfies, add Lenovo flash to the Vibe X2 Pro
A pocket-size flash attachment for the Vibe X2 Pro is one of the colorful phone's most alluring benefits.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Thinkware F750 brings smarts to the dashcam market
Dashcams are just starting to infiltrate the North American market, and Thinkware is accelerating the push with the upcoming F750, a smart dashcam with Wi-Fi, GPS and integrated lane departure warnings.
by Tim Stevens
Improved always-on Narrative camera takes wide-angled shots stealthily
The Narrative Clip 2 adds a wide angle lens and wireless uploading over Wi-Fi and it is still weirdly small. But it doesn't do video.
by Scott Stein

Gadgets

Highlights of Tech West at CES 2015
New to CES 2015, Tech West was the home for start-ups and emerging technologies. We recap some of the highlights from this year.
by Lexy Savvides
12-second pitches: Cool tech at CES, explained really, really fast
Tech-makers at CES 2015 get one shot and just 12 seconds to explain what makes their product worth your time. Hit play to see how they got on.
by Luke Westaway
Build Lego with your eyes
Watch how the Eye Tribe tracker helps you put together Lego, without the need for paper instructions.
by Lexy Savvides
This bear offers some care
Teddy the Guardian is a tech-laden teddy bear whose paws house sensors to monitor a tyke's temperature, heart rate and blood oxygen levels.
by Eric Franklin
Muse reads your mind to help you relax
A Bluetooth-connected headband senses your brainwaves to help you reach a state of relaxation.
by Sharon Profis
Wearable gadgets for the whole body
Wearable tech is still one of the hottest product categories at CES. But it's no longer just the wrist that gets the high-tech accessories. As CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports, everything from your head to your knee to your finger is getting adorned with gadgets.
by Kara Tsuboi
Use NFC to unlock your luggage with eGee Touch Smart
Locking luggage can be a total pain. The eGee is a simple solution that uses NFC tags or your NFC smartphone to unlock.
by Lexy Savvides
This is the USB you've been waiting for
USB Type C is reversable, so it doesn't matter how you plug it in. We go hands-on with it.
by Sarah Mitroff
Meet Nixie, the wearable selfie drone
The Nixie is a drone you wear as a bracelet. Once you launch it, it flies off, snaps a picture with its built-in camera and flies back to you in boomerang fashion. Co-founder Christoph Kohstall demonstrates a prototype at CES.
by Kara Tsuboi
Mogobike electric scooter can charge your gadgets on the go
This electric scooter folds down to a compact size, can reach a top speed of 20 miles per hour, plus it has a USB charging port.
by Lexy Savvides
The AirDog drone follows your every move
This flying drone uses sensors to follow you around while you surf, ski and more.
by Sarah Mitroff
Avegant Glyph looks like headphones, but beams movies into your eyes
The Glyph uses DLP technology to play video in 2D or 3D from your phone, game console or anything with HDMI, and it's coming later this year. We try out the latest version.
by Scott Stein
Fertility trackers at CES 2015
For women trying to fall pregnant, knowing the best time to try for a baby is key. Bloom by Prima-Temp and Wink by Kindara are two fertility trackers that can help.
by Lexy Savvides
The Inventist Hovertrax takes you on a ride to the future
A Segway is way too big and expensive, so Brian Tong jumps on the Hovertrax to see what makes this portable electronic transporter so special.
by Brian Tong
This lightweight Carbon Flyer drone looks like a paper aeroplane
Relive all your paper aeroplane dreams in carbon fiber. The Carbon Flyer is controlled from your smartphone.
by Lexy Savvides
Cruise around with the IO Hawk
Forget walking, try cruising instead with this personal mobility device that reaches speeds of up to 6 miles per hour.
by Lexy Savvides
Oral-B's interactive Bluetooth toothbrush
If you ever wondered how effectively you were brushing, the 7000 SmartSeries toothbrush, which will make its debut in the US, connects via Bluetooth to Oral-B's iPhone or Android app and gives users real-time feedback on their brushing.
by Brian Tong
The Noke digital lock from Fuz Designs
Unlock this digital lock with a smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth.
by David Carnoy
Power your gadgets on the go with Zolt Laptop Charger
Travel with a lot of chargers? The tiny Zolt charger not only juices your laptop, but your other USB devices too.
by Lexy Savvides
FlyKly Smart Wheel
Jeff Bakalar checks out the FlyKly Smart Wheel that turns any conventional bicycle into an electricity generating, self-powered bike.
by Jeff Bakalar
Meet the Smart Mat, an intelligent yoga mat
Stay in perfect form with this mat and coaching system.
by Sarah Mitroff
Walking around in VR with Oculus Rift Crescent Bay
You can now move and hear 3D sound all around you in Oculus' latest virtual reality prototype, and the demo is astounding.
by Scott Stein
The Gogoro Scooter has swappable batteries and tons of style
This electric scooter has batteries that you can switch out for more power, with no charging at home.
by Sarah Mitroff
LumiLor lets you literally paint with light
LumiLor is electroluminescent paint that can be applied to a range of different surfaces and lights up when it receives an electrical charge.
by Lexy Savvides
Paws-on demo of the Tagg GPS Plus
CES goes to the dogs as we learn about the new features of Tagg's GPS pet tracker, with the help of service dog Henry and his owner Janet.
by Bridget Carey
Take a ride on the InMotion R2
Why walk when you can let a gadget do it for you? The R2 is a personal electric transportation device.
by Lexy Savvides
Build your own DIY drone
Even amateur tinkerers can accomplish this weekend project. 3D Systems helps you make a custom, 3D printed drone with a few simple steps
by Sharon Profis
Misfit expands to smart light bulbs
Misfit is going beyond fashionable fitness trackers with its new Misfit Bolt, a color-changing smart LED light bulb. The bulb can be controlled through an app or the Misfit Flash wearable.
by Scott Stein
This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera
The Seek camera by Seek Thermal comes in Android or iOS flavours, and could help you hunt down heating leaks in your house.
by Luke Westaway
New GPS dog tracker knows if your pet is too hot or cold
Henry the golden retriever models the Tagg GPS Plus, which has an air temperature sensor and works with Alarm.com's smart home system.
by Luke Westaway
Petcube keeps an eye on your pets and more
The device lets you livestream HD video, as well as talk and play with your pets.
by Xiomara Blanco
The Intel Smart Clip knows if you leave your baby in the car
This Bluetooth seat belt clip alerts you if you walk away from the car with the baby still in their seat. It also tracks baby's temperature too.
by Sarah Mitroff
Meet Sopo, the robot that brings you drinks
Sopo is a companion and education robot that can be used by kids, adults and the elderly. It can bring you drinks from its fridge, read you stories or keep your party pumping with a disco ball attachment.
by Lexy Savvides
Watch a newbie try the Onewheel self-balancing electric skateboard
The Onewheel is a crowd-funding success, but how easy is it to use this futuristic board? CNET finds out, and shows you a new app that gives you extra control.
by Luke Westaway
Connected Cycle is like a fitness tracker for your bike
Keep track of your ride with these pedals that attach to any bike. A built in GPS and motion sensor lets you view your stats via smartphone app.
by Lexy Savvides
3Doodler 2.0
3Doodler's second generation pen is substantially thinner and easier to use than the original, allowing you to create custom plastic objects in no time.
by Donald Bell
Watch the game while you workout with the Tao chair
The two chair is designed for normal folks looking to increase their strength and burn some calories while watching the game.
by Eric Franklin
Triby puts the phone on your fridge
The Triby attaches to your fridge so kids can can make or receive calls easily, while an e ink display receives drawings and messages from a smartphone app.
by Lexy Savvides
The final word
Brian Cooley and Donald Bell sum up the key themes and products of CES 2014, offering a crash course on what mattered most.
by CNET staff

Gaming

Stern's new spin on pinball tech
Stern Pinball CEO Gary Stern shows off his latest game and reveals the modernized inner workings behind the glass.
by Donald Bell
Razer Forge TV a $99 ticket to Android TV gaming and PC game streaming
Streaming videos and games to your TV, the Forge TV also plays games from your PC and works with a controller or a lap-desk keyboard and mouse. We give it a go in Vegas.
by Scott Stein
Razer OSVR a hackable VR headset
The $199 OSVR aims to be easily deconstructed and upgradable, with an unscrew able body and Oculus DK2 compatibility. We try on the prototype for size.
by Scott Stein

Smartphones

Yezz's two new 'Foxy' phones
Small, cheap Firefox phones are bound for emerging markets.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Oppo N3 has a motorised spinning camera for superpowered selfies
The 16-megapixel snapper on this smartphone rotates when you swipe its screen, allowing for extremely high-res front-facing photos. We go hands-on.
by Luke Westaway
Tiny, cheap Nokia 215
This basic phone is portable and durable, long-lasting, and super cheap.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Oppo R5 is an extremely slender smartphone
The Oppo R5 is a mere 4.85mm thick, but also boasts a 5.2-inch screen and a 13-megapixel camera.
by Luke Westaway
The Saygus V2 is the "Superman" phone
Think of your dream phone and pack everything into it. That's what The Saygus V2 is with a kevlar body, aluminum frame, both front and rear-facing cameras bring optical image stabilization, plus a fingerprint scanner and wireless HDMI.
by Brian Tong
LG Display shows off screen with double Note Edge-style curves
This display's two curved sides could be used for rapid icon access or space for extra notifications. We take a quick peek at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
Shoot stable smartphone videos with IndieSolo
The IndieSolo is a lightweight stabilization device for almost any smartphone to help it produce smooth and stable video.
by Lexy Savvides
Huawei Honor 6 Plus has three 8-megapixel cameras
Dual-camera modules on the back create an interesting photo-editing effect.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Huawei P7, now with sapphire
A hard sapphire screen and spiffy colors come to this special-edition Android model.
by Jessica Dolcourt
HTC's latest Desire has a better camera
The Desire 826 won't be coming to the U.S., but this midrange phone adopts a front-facing ultrapixel camera for better selfies.
by Scott Stein
Alcatel adds OneTouch Pop 10 to its mobile family
Alcatel's 9.6-inch OneTouch Pop 10 tablet features Android 5.0 Lollipop, a quad-core CPU, and a 5-megapixel camera that can record full HD video.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Alcatel's OneTouch Pixi 3 is like pick-n-mix for carriers
Countless permutations on specs and even the phone's OS mean that there's no one way to get a Pixi.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Lamborghini's $6k Android screams sporty luxury
Premium materials and designer decals take this smartphone over the top.
by Jessica Dolcourt
64-bit apps, the Lenovo P90 is ready
This Intel-inside Android phone has a huge battery and a commitment to more robust computing.
by Jessica Dolcourt
For perfectly-lit selfies, add Lenovo flash to the Vibe X2 Pro
A pocket-size flash attachment for the Vibe X2 Pro is one of the colorful phone's most alluring benefits.
by Jessica Dolcourt
LG bulks up its curved G Flex 2
Sporting premium features like its Snapdragon 810 processor, 1080p display, and a "self-healing" rear coating, the uniquely arched LG G Flex 2 makes its debut at CES 2015.
by Lynn La
Alcatel launches Hero 2C for Latin America
Alcatel's 6-inch Hero 2C phablet features a 720p display, a 13-megapixel camera, and 4G capabilities.
by Lynn La
Peek at Energizer's big-battery phones
The Energizer name is getting stamped onto long-lasting, rugged mobiles. We take a look at some prototypes at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
Yezz Billy and Andy 5S: Same phone, your choice of OS
An intriguing idea -- Yezz's new mobiles are almost identical, letting you choose whether you prefer Android or Windows operating systems.
by Luke Westaway
ZTE's Grand X Max+ keeps 'selfies' in mind
The Grand X Max+ for Cricket Wireless features a 6-inch display, a quad-core processor, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.
by Lynn La
Control ZTE's Star 2 with your voice
The always-listening technology for this sleek, slim Android phone does everything from launching apps to turning on Wi-Fi.
by Jessica Dolcourt
What to expect from smartphones and tablets
Jessica Dolcourt discusses what's in store for this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
by Jessica Dolcourt

Startups

The TVs of CES 2015
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show was packed with TV screens, many curved, more 4K, and almost all big. Here's a look at the trends in TV hardware.
by Brian Cooley
Highlights of Tech West at CES 2015
New to CES 2015, Tech West was the home for start-ups and emerging technologies. We recap some of the highlights from this year.
by Lexy Savvides
12-second pitches: Cool tech at CES, explained really, really fast
Tech-makers at CES 2015 get one shot and just 12 seconds to explain what makes their product worth your time. Hit play to see how they got on.
by Luke Westaway
The best moments of CES 2015
We bring you the best moments from the 2015 International CES, from virtual reality to connected cars and the celebs that came to visit us at our stage.
Dish's Sling TV puts live TV on your tablet
We show you how Dish's new $20 TV service works. Hit play to check it out.
by Luke Westaway
The weird tech we love and hate at CES 2015
Love 'em or hate 'em, there's plenty of strange gadgetry at CES. Inside Scoop hosts Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar highlight the oddball gems they crave - and some that should be banished.
by Bridget Carey
More details on Sling TV
We recap the top headlines from day two of CES 2015 and talk with Roger Lynch of Sling TV.
by Donald Bell
Whoosh will clean your filthy smartphone
The CEO of Whoosh demonstrates how dirty your smartphone can be.
by Brian Tong
Ooma works with Nest to put a new twist on home smarts
Ooma's home phone system is one of several devices that can communicate with Nest devices, like the smart thermostat and smoke alarm. Bridget Carey gets the details on how the phone system ties into the smart home.
by Bridget Carey
Oculus multiplayer and laser-etched faces at Intel's CES 2015 booth
We brave the crowds to take you on a quick tour of some of the cool tech on show at Intel's stand. Check it out.
by Luke Westaway
CNET's CES 2015 Smart Home Panel: Openness, security and consumer understanding
CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine leads a discussion with ADT, the Home Depot, IFTTT, Quirky and SmartThings on the direction of the smart home for 2015 and beyond.
by Lindsey Turrentine
Intel shows drones that sense and avoid obstacles
At CES 2015, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich demos drone technology that makes it possible for see and sense obstacles and then avoid them.
Intel makes cooking easier with a wave and pinch of the hand
At CES 2015, CEO Brian Krzanich shows Intel's RealSense technology, which lets users control a screen by waving and pinching their hands.
Inside Scoop gets fancy with an $1,100 Walkman
Join Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar as they break down day one's biggest headlines in product announcements including home security cameras, smart appliances, and the future of the Palm and Walkman brands.
by Jeff Bakalar
In Depth: CES 2015 Day one
The first day of CES kicks off with new products from Razer and Samsung, as well as emerging tech trends for 2015.
by Jeff Bakalar
Intel's 3D-printed Spider Dress
Last month, Intel released a preview video of its Spider Dress, a 3D-printed concept that looked equal parts creepy and beautiful. Tomorrow Daily hosts Ashley Esqueda and Khail Anonymous brave the danger and get up close and personal with this gorgeous piece of futuristic fashion at CES 2015.
by Ashley Esqueda
Inside Scoop: Is it time to believe in 4K?
Will it make sense for consumers to buy 4K this year with more content coming? Inside Scoop hosts Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar chat with executive editor Roger Cheng about the big stories at the start of CES 2015.
by Roger Cheng
Mercedes unveils its car of the future
At CES 2015, Mercedes-Benz reveals its version of the car of the future, the F015​ Luxury in Motion. Dr. Dieter Zetsche​, head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, says "the car can drive autonomously or have a human driver."
Samsung CEO outlines his vision for the Internet of Things
Samsung CEO BK Yoon opened CES 2015 in Las Vegas with his company's vision for the Internet of Things, a technological ecosystem that holds the promise of connecting you and all the devices you use in your daily life.
CES In-depth: Press day
Donald Bell and Bridget Carey run down the day's highlights including the best product announcements from Sony, LG and Dish.
by Bridget Carey
Tony Hawk tests out Sony's latest 4K Action Camera
The skateboarding legend appeared on stage at Sony's press conference at CES 2015 to talk about his experience with Sony's latest 4K Action Camera.
Sony CEO addresses hack
At CES 2015, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai discusses the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures and its film, "The Interview." Hirai says, "Freedom of speech is very important to Sony and its entertainment business."
Basketball legend Clyde Drexler touts ZTE's new S Pro 2 projector
At CES 2015, Hall of Famer Clyde "The Glide" Drexler made an appearance at the ZTE press conference to endorse ZTE's line of products.
VW shows the car of tomorrow with Golf R Touch​
At CES 2015, VW shows off its tech-infused Golf R Touch, which has larger head-unit displays, customizable lighting and gesture control capabilities.
Samsung shows off its new SUHD TV on Tizen OS
At CES 2015, Samsung reveals its SUHD TV running its new smart OS Tizen.
'Walking Dead' executive producer to team with Samsung on virtual-reality content for Gear VR
At the 2015 International CES, "The Walking Dead" Executive Producer David Alpert comes on stage at Samsung's press conference to discuss the future of virtual reality and what it means for content creators.
Toyota opens up hydrogen fuel cell patents
At the 2015 International CES, Toyota hopes to usher in the age of hydrogen fuel cell cars by giving other companies royalty-free access to 5,680 patents.
Qualcomm demos Snapdragon 810 for gamers
At CES 2015, Qualcomm shows the power of its Snapdragon 810 processor, designed to make it possible to play more complex games on smartphones and tablets.
Big tech trends at CES 2015
From wearables to the wacky, a slew of new gadgets will make their debut at this year's CES. CNET's Kara Tsuboi gives us a preview of some of the major tech trends, like smart home devices and automated cars, that we can expect to see at the big show.
by Kara Tsuboi
Panasonic adds Firefox OS to latest 4K TV
At CES 2015, Panasonic partners with Mozilla to offer its Firefox operating system on Panasonic's newest C6850 4K TV.
Panasonic unveils Blu-ray player capable of playing 4K content
At CES 2015, Panasonic announces a new Blu-ray player that plays native 4K and high dynamic range content.
Sharp debuts 'Beyond 4K' Ultra HD TV
At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, LG announces its latest Android smartphone, the 5.5-inch, curved G Flex 2 smartphone with an HD screen.
LG reveals G Flex 2 curved, flexible smartphone
At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, LG announces its latest Android smartphone, the 5.5-inch, curved G Flex 2 smartphone with an HD screen.
What to expect at CES
Brian Cooley takes us through a rundown of the latest tech that is expected to surface at CES 2015.
by Brian Cooley

Tablets and E-Book Readers

Toshiba's Portege Z20t is a one-handed hybrid
A new latch and hinge makes it easy to detach this high-end Windows tablet from its keyboard base.
by Dan Ackerman
Typo's iPad Air and iPad Mini cases are comfy but pricey
Typo's new iPad Air and iPad Mini cases are a bit pricey but these Bluetooth keyboard flaps attach by way of relatively strong magnets and double as a cover when you're on the go.
by Brian Tong
Toshiba adds a new stylus and writing apps to the Encore 2 Write
Take notes and convert them to text with this pen-friendly Windows tablet
by Dan Ackerman
Lenovo Flex 3
Lenovo's Flex line makes the jump to full hybrid
by Dan Ackerman
Lenovo adds new sizes with the Yoga 3
But the hybrid line leaves the eye-catching watchband hinge behind in these lower-cost models.
by Dan Ackerman
Lenovo aims high and low with tablets at CES 2015
The latest from Lenovo includes a tablet that can use any metal object as a stylus and a $99 budget model.
by Xiomara Blanco

TVs and Home Theater

TVs at CES are bigger and bendier -- but better?
Huge TVs packed with fancy features are again a big theme at the Consumer Electronics Show. Though the screens are shiny and beautiful, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on whether all that tech makes a difference for your viewing pleasure.
by Kara Tsuboi
LG's OLED HDR: the next generation of the best TV ever
OLED gives the best picture quality we've ever tested, and LG Display's prototype 65-inch TV improves that picture with brighter highlights for higher dynamic range.
by David Katzmaier
Browse TV and video with Sharp's Android-powered SmartCentral 4.0
Sharp's newest TVs have a new software platform that let you browse live TV listings and streaming video on one screen.
by Sarah Mitroff
Sharp breaks the LCD mold with new Free Form Displays
These new LCDs come in many shapes and sizes to fit nearly any space.
by Sarah Mitroff
Inside Scoop: Is it time to believe in 4K?
Will it make sense for consumers to buy 4K this year with more content coming? Inside Scoop hosts Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar chat with executive editor Roger Cheng about the big stories at the start of CES 2015.
by Roger Cheng
Sony's showstopper, the 5mm-​thin, ​4K LED TV
At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Sony introduced its latest ultra-thin 4K LED TV, the Sony X900C, powered by Google's Android.
Sony's new 4K set is its slimmest LED TV to date
The XBR-X900C is Sony's thinnest LED TV yet -- at its thinnest point, at least. We go eyes-on at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
LG's latest 4K OLED TVs get curved
The company's 2015 OLED TV lineup is curved and coated for less glare.
by Sarah Mitroff
The 77-inch LG OLED gets bendy
This LG TV goes curved to flat in a few seconds.
by Sarah Mitroff
Samsung shows 105-inch bendable LCD TV
The craziest TV we've seen at CES 2015 so far, this massive 105-inch SUHD LCD can go from curved to flat at the touch of a button. And it's a real product, shipping later this year.
by David Katzmaier
Samsung shifts Smart TVs to Tizen
The new operating system will power all 2015 Samsung Smart TVs with an all-new, easier to use interface and faster response times.
by David Katzmaier
Samsung's SUHD TV promises its best LCD picture yet.
It may not be OLED, but Samsung's highest-end LED LCD uses quantum dot nanocrystals ro achieve what the company says is its best image quality so far.
by David Katzmaier
LG's flagship 4K TV is incredibly thin
The company's top of the line TVs this year are thin and boast brighter colors.
by Sarah Mitroff

Wearable Tech

Vuzix iWear video headphone slaps a 720p screen on your face
It's not virtual reality, but the latest headwear from Vuzix offers up big headphones and a large hovering screen for all your games and movies.
by Scott Stein
Tyia wearable looks just like a piece of jewelry
The Tyia wearable features a leather strap and a mother of pearl finish that flashes custom colours depending on the notification.
by Lexy Savvides
Jins Meme eyewear looks into you to stop fatigue
Japanese eyewear company Jins has smart glasses that track posture, eye movement and how fatigued your eyes are; we tried them on our weary faces at CES 2015.
by Scott Stein
Quell offers wearable pain relief without medication
By stimulating nerves, Quell can help relieve chronic pain without the need for medication.
by Lexy Savvides
CNET's Next Big Thing explores New Realities at CES
Virtual reality and augmented reality will be a huge part of our lives over the next few years. Join CNET's panel of experts for an exciting discussion about what's coming next.
Eyes-on with Razer's OSVR virtual reality headset
We took a few moments to battle spaceships with wireless game controllers using Razer's latest entry into VR gaming.
by Scott Stein
FITGuard alerts athletes of potential head injuries
This mouthguard lights up if you get hit and helps you decide when to get medical treatment.
by Sarah Mitroff
Free Wavz headphones track your heart rate too
These headphones have no wires and can read your heart rate from your ear.
by Sarah Mitroff
Garmin's Vivoactive is a smartwatch for athletes
CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at Garmin's first smartwatch.
by Dan Graziano
Garmin updates the Vivofit with new straps and features
New features and interchangeable bands help Garmin's new tracker stand out from the crowd.
by Dan Graziano
Smart Eyeglass Attach! is like Google Glass you snap on your own frames
A tiny little projected display and integrated camera make Sony's sport-oriented variation on their Smartglass tech feel very familiar.
by Scott Stein
Sony Smart B-Trainer talks to you as you run
A wrap-around headset selects music to fit your heart rate and gives coaching advice, too: we try one on at CES 2015.
by Scott Stein
Sony Smartwatch 3 comes in a snazzy stainless steel body
A new all-steel version of Sony's Android Wear watch looks a whole lot better, and is coming next month.
by Scott Stein
Misfit expands to smart light bulbs
Misfit is going beyond fashionable fitness trackers with its new Misfit Bolt, a color-changing smart LED light bulb. The bulb can be controlled through an app or the Misfit Flash wearable.
by Scott Stein
Razer Nabu X: an affordable little wrist-wearable that glows
Three colored lights and vibrations replace a screen on Razer's latest fitness tracker and semi-social wearable, and it only costs $50.
by Scott Stein
Sony looks to steel to class up its smartwatch
Sony's given the Smartwatch 3 a metal makeover. We give you a quick look from Sony's booth here at CES 2015.
by Luke Westaway
Talk to your watch with Martian Monarch
Martian's latest smartwatch comes in four different flavors, all featuring voice control with iOS or Android and remote camera control.
by Lexy Savvides
E-ink Lenovo Vibe Band VB10 ain't much, but it's cheap
The long-life battery is one of this simple band's best features, along with its low price. We get a look at CES 2015.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Misfit Shine gets extra sparkle with Swarovski crystals
Misfit has partnered with jeweler Swarovski to offer a fashion-forward version of its Shine, masking the activity tracker as jewelry. The violet version of the Swarovski Shine is also solar-powered.
by Scott Stein
Four flavors for Alcatel's 'cheap' smartwatch
Made in a range of materials and colors, Alcatel hopes there's an affordable OneTouch Watch for every Android and iOS owner.
by Jessica Dolcourt
Polar A300 fitness band enters the wearable war
Polar says the low price and fitness focus of its new band make it a worthy rival to the Apple Watch. We go hands-on.
by Luke Westaway
A hands-on with Withings' affordable, stylish fitness watch
The Pop looks just like a regular watch, but tracks steps, sleep, and sync with your iPhone. And it costs less than you'd expect
by Scott Stein
Improved always-on Narrative camera takes wide-angled shots stealthily
The Narrative Clip 2 adds a wide angle lens and wireless uploading over Wi-Fi and it is still weirdly small. But it doesn't do video.
by Scott Stein
What to expect from wearable tech
CNET's Scott Stein takes a look at what wearables to expect at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show.
by Scott Stein
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Our editors bring you complete coverage from the 2015 International CES, and scour the showroom floor for the hottest new tech gadgets around.