Selling consumers a multipurpose wearable device is clashing with the idea of cheaper, single-serving products. At CES 2015, companies are eager to figure out the future.
Don't loaf around when you can have adventures as a slice of bread on a quest to become toast in "I Am Bread" from Bossa Studios.
Apple's founder was as powerful a force -- and just as cool -- as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, says Beats Electronics father and newly minted Apple executive Jimmy Iovine.
Make these Groot treats by JustJenn and you may end up the guardian of the cookie jar. "I am Groot. I am delicious."
The Spanish company's CEO Jenaro Garcia Martin comes clean about inflating revenue -- "I am sorry with all of my heart," he says.
Mark Hamill plays both Luke Skywalker and the Joker to re-create the "I am your father" scene from "The Empire Strikes Back."
Princess Leia offers behind-the-scenes "Star Wars" photos, signed art, and more. Historic movie cameras used to film "Star Wars" are also up for grabs.
As the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Gear smartwatches hit shops, rapper Will.i.am is showing off his own secret wearable tech. Plus we bid a fond farewell to Windows XP, and find out how Game of Thrones has broken the Internet -- again.
What next for the Web? "I am concerned and excited about its future," says Tim Berners-Lee, who'll answer your questions on Reddit starting at noon PT.
Intel's director of creative innovation is launching a watch that, he says, makes all his calls so he doesn't need a smartphone. But what will come next? A Miley Cyrus nose-ring phone?