A hands-on with a new "invisible" typing pad that hopes to wipe QWERTY from the face of the earth.
Snapkeys' "invisible" keyboard, with just four keys, makes virtual keyboards look old-school.
Part of the problem with using nav or infotainment systems is they take your eyes off the road. But could it be safer if the keyboard was integrated in the car's steering wheel?
Televisions powered by software services, augmented-reality apps, a QWERTY killer, and one program that's presiding over the unholy matrimony of Android and Windows 8 are the big hits of CES 2012.
What if all the hottest trends and products from this year's CES became part of our daily lives? Here's a look at the life you may be leading three years from now.