It cooks, it mixes, it blends, chops and stirs. But was the Kenwood Cooking Chef worth the wait?
Kenwood's latest flagship model is powered by Android and fed apps from the cloud. We take a closer look at CES 2013.
Instead of looking at what CES exhibitors are showing, look at what they're saying. It's an interesting picture of humanity's state and what the tech world thinks it should be.
At CES 2013, Aha Mobile, a cloud-connected service from Harman, announced new integration with Porsche, Ford, and Chrysler vehicles.
With several major automakers showing their latest electronics integration and suppliers displaying new products for manufacturers and the aftermarket, CES 2013 promises to host a significant car component.
This week on CNET Roadside Assistance, I talk about rear camera systems for teen drivers and what to look for in an OEM Bluetooth hands-free system.
20th Century Fox plans to convert a whole host of its movies into 3D, starting with I, Robot. Multi-dimensional Fresh Prince, anyone?
Aha by Harman continues to grow in relevance with new partnerships with automakers and content providers.
The Chevy Volt gets the feds to look at the safety of all electric cars, Nissan makes a fast charge cheaper (sort of), Toyota puts Intel Inside, and Mercedes reworks the lowly windshield wiper.
Is a 200-inch, 1,000-pound glasses-free 3D display big enough for you? Now we're just waiting to see it pop up at retail stores.