iRobot's programmable Create 2 gives tech enthusiasts the chance to experiment with robotics.
The search giant has a low-cost contraption made of cardboard that can turn any smartphone into a virtual reality headset. The goal: mass appeal.
Finally, the photos app you've been waiting for.
Priced at $120, the dime-size drive is tiny enough to use a plug-and-stay design, so you can keep it permanently attached to your PC or other device.
The e-commerce company announces free, same-day shipping on over 1 million items in 14 metro areas across the US.
Google's experimental hardware division talks smart textiles, and controlling them just by the touch of your hand.
While Intel used CES to talk up practical uses for its RealSense facial-recognition technology, the company is getting creative, using RealSense to turn faces into artistic grains of sand.
Commentary: My biggest takeaway from Google's Android M announcement was how underwhelmed I was by the new features. But that may well be the new normal for all mobile operating systems.
Apple is making an ambitious foray into high-end jewelry that wires bodies and our health to the Web. The device's price will range from $350 for the lowest-end model to $550 for the middle-tier steel model and at least $10,000 for the gold high-end model.
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