Infernal Innovations magnetic smartphone mount clips on to a car's air vent, putting navigation and voice command in easy reach.
With its magnetic "clamp," getting a smartphone in or out of Infernal Innovations' universal car mount comes easy.
"I think that would be a reasonable expectation for whatever he does next," Take-Two CEO says.
Hidden beneath CES Tech West were aisles and aisles of hidden gems. Here were some of the most exciting products and concepts on show.
BACtrack Mobile breathalyzer is adding a new feature so you can demand someone conduct a breath test remotely. It can even make sure they don't get someone else to do it.
The Q7 is the second model to get Audi's new Virtual Cockpit infotainment interface, putting navigation and other electronics functions right in front of the driver.
Years of supercomputer-aided simulation yields big benefits for the Japanese tire giant.
New satellite location will focus federal attention on the tech region's inventors. Most business with the government will still take place online, but the office is meant to foster closer relationships.
Will there be one Apple Ring to rule them all? That's what a patent application says. Plus, building the thinnest gadget isn't innovation anymore and Apple just got a reality check from Microsoft.
"S" phones have gotten a bad rap, but a closer look reveals their "incremental" features predict the success of future iPhones.