Start-ups and small companies at Mobile World Congress get one shot and just a few seconds to explain what their company is and why it's cool. See how they get on.
The chipmaker has built a set-top box based on Google's software, and promises it can can play high-end video games.
The press invite hints at Mattel's View-Master, an older toy that let kids flip through pictures. Could there be a virtual reality tie-in?
Tech-makers at CES 2015 get one shot and just 12 seconds to explain what makes their product worth your time. Hit play to see how they got on.
Confide, a startup whose app sends messages that reveal a single word at a time and then destroys the entire conversation, announces the business version of its app through an ad aimed at Sony execs.
Trying to show it's more than a utilitarian electronic object, the Apple Watch arrives in high-end stores surrounded by luxury brands. But you can't walk out with one until April 24.
Apple's 12-inch MacBook has only a single shared port. Here's how to connect data, video, power and more to it.
Got a fat, out-of-date necktie? Send it in to Skinnyfatties, a service that transforms chunky neckwear into hip, slim suit accessories.
Researcher Katia Vega is calling her newest invention "hairware" -- it's a thin hair extension with a capacitive wire inside, offering users a way to send commands to their smartphone with a simple touch of their locks. It's unbeweavable!
Nine years after it first filed for an IPO, the website service will start trading Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "GDDY."