The first day of CES kicks off with new products from Razer and Samsung, as well as emerging tech trends for 2015.
We took a few moments to battle spaceships with wireless game controllers using Razer's latest entry into VR gaming.
Three colored lights and vibrations replace a screen on Razer's latest fitness tracker and semi-social wearable, and it only costs $50.
The $199 OSVR aims to be easily deconstructed and upgradable, with an unscrew able body and Oculus DK2 compatibility. We try on the prototype for size.
Streaming videos and games to your TV, the Forge TV also plays games from your PC and works with a controller or a lap-desk keyboard and mouse. We give it a go in Vegas.
The wearable fitness band from gaming company Razer features an LED display and the ability to display notifications from your smartphone.
Juniper Research says tablet gaming should expand quickly in the next few years as the devices' graphics get sharper and as storage and broadband penetration grow.
Mobile gaming continues to evolve with Nvidia's latest tablet, Netflix tests a privacy mode, and the Slingbox M1 offers an affordable way to stream TV to other screens.
Mobile gaming continues to evolve with Nvidia's latest gaming tablet, Netflix tests a privacy mode, and the Slingbox M1 offers an affordable way to stream TV to other screens.
At Google I/O, the first hardware to run Google's new Android TV software was announced, including a gaming-centric "micro console" from Razer.
Amazon reportedly plans to sell local services, Honeywell's Lyric thermostat turns up the heat on Nest, and Ringly puts phone alerts into a smart ring.
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