We round up the highlights, the lowlights, and everything in between from our journey around the show floor at the biggest tech conference of the year. Oh, and yes, we did get lost a couple times (obviously).
Our editors bring you all the news from the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show.
Join CNET's cell phone crew for a look at the phones and trends coming out this year.
In part 2 of our awesome-stuff-from-CES giveaway, we've got a messenger bag that charges gadgets on the go, plus T-shirts, gloves to use with touch-screen devices, and more.
Brian Tong gets a live demo of Gorilla Glass 3 for the next generation of phones, tablets and laptops.
Vizio began just over 10 years ago, and its CES 2013 booth celebrated its past and its future: 4K and sleeker designs.
The South Hall of CES is host to many smaller booths as well as new startups and manufacturers eager to find distribution for their products. Here's a look at some of the items that jumped out at me while I strolled the show floor.
They'll help you get healthier, clean your floors, and entertain you. Robots take a step or two toward ubiquity at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Whether you just want the longest zoom possible or you want more control and dSLR-like features, Fujifilm's got a megazoom for you.
CNET's Dan Farber interviews Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington about her new app called GPS for the Soul, a health app to combat stress and promote a healthy lifestyle.
The superpricey case gives your iPhone 4s (and eventually 5) the look, feel, lenses, and flash of a point-and-shoot camera.