GE's microfactory, FirstBuild, teams with the AllSeen Alliance to bring its innovative approach to appliances to the Internet of things.
The consumer electronics giant has thrown its weight behind an effort to get devices on the Internet of Things to communicate and cooperate. There are several such groups, though.
The founders of shuttered e-mail services Silent Mail and Lavabit -- the latter used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden -- want to bring easy-to-use, snoop-proof e-mail to everyone.
At CES, we've seen new, competing smart-car "standards" announced, and multiple manufacturers tying their data-enabled cars to specific carriers. Ford CTO Paul Mascarenas shares his thoughts on these developments -- and they might surprise you.
In a bid to make a unified platform for publishing Smart TV apps, the Smart TV Alliance unveils its "one-stop portal".
Google wants to take over your motor with a federation of carmakers who want your Android phone to work better with their four-wheeled products.
CNET editor Dong Ngo gives all his answers to questions about the basics of home networking.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers have surpassed their South Korean counterparts in combined global market share in smartphones.
Google is preparing the foundations for a version of its Android operating system that can be built directly into connected cars.
How will the players in the smart-home industry make it easier for consumers to buy in? We'll be exploring that topic and others at our upcoming panel during CES 2015.