This snore-activated nudging pillow won't sleep on the job. It detects vibrations from snoring and prods the sleeper into changing positions.
The humble mattress gets a high-tech upgrade with Sleep Number's new x12, a sleep-monitoring, safety-lighting, snore-stopping bed.
The tablet helps you buy the right shoes, too, according to new ads, thanks to its Super AMOLED display.
Can a light bulb with a microprocessor help you sleep better? Crave's Amanda Kooser tucks in with the Drift Light, a high-tech Sandman.
Designers at MIT's Tangible Media Group demonstrate the Transform, a bench with a 3D interface that can change its physical shape on command.
The DreamPad pillow requires no headphones, instead using vibrations to send its soothing sounds into your head.
Google+ puts hearts on smooching photos, Chromecast sets the mood with a fireplace, and the wireless industry has no love for a smartphone "kill switch" bill.
As CES 2014 comes to an end, we've picked out the very best bonkers gadgets of the show, as well as some stuff you might actually want to buy.
It's the second day of CES 2014 and we're bringing you the first laptop with a 4K display, the Toshiba Satellite P50T. We'll also tell you some strange things we've seen on the show floor, including the Back To the Future DeLorean, Corning's new antimicrobial Gorilla Glass, and more.
Transformers director Michael Bay stole the show at CES in Las Vegas, where wearable technology, 4K and much more has appeared.