Must-See CES 2017 Take a look at our favorites from the 2017 gadget extravaganza happening now in Las Vegas. Check back every day for new picks!

Must-See Highlights from 2016


What CNET editors didn't want you to see from CES

The coolest wearables at CES 2016 are hidden in Samsung's booth

LG rolls up OLED TV, smokes my mind (hands-on)


I'm no longer a VR porn virgin (slightly NSFW)


Take a ride on this ... suitcase?

No strings attached, these wireless earbuds are actually wireless and sound awesome

Your iPhone says you should breathe now

US marshals haul off one-wheeled skateboard in raid at CES

Goodbye, Moto(rola). Iconic brand name to be phased out


This exoskeleton lets you know what it is to age

BlackBerry going all-in on Android phones

Chevrolet's Bolt might be the affordable EV you've been waiting for

This octocopter wants to fly you at 60 mph

Netflix is now everywhere...except China

Picks for Saturday Must-See

Sony turns any flat surface into an Android smartphone, minus the whole phone part

Alexa took over CES. Now she needs to take over the world

CES 2017: It's a Wi-Fi system war and you're the winner

Asus ZenFone AR combines Google Tango and Daydream VR in one

Picks for Friday Must-See


Zeeq smart pillow tells you how loud you snore

Hushme is the perfect gift for your loud-talking cube partner

This voice-activated kitchen assistant looks like a creepy crystal ball

The most beautiful tech in Las Vegas isn't even at CES

Why not go for a run with a filter on your face?

Take your art big-screen with the Dell Canvas 27-inch drawing surface

Picks for Thursday Must-See

Honda's self-balancing 'cycle keeps the rubber side down at CES 2017

This is the backpack MacGyver would use

Polaroid Pop debuts at CES 2017 and actually looks kind of neat


Noted everyman Nick Offerman warms up the CNET stage with a personalized greeting

Dell's monster 8K monitor could be the world's first, and it has a price to match


LG's got balls y'all...and a massive screen tunnel

Razer's new gaming laptop has three (!) screens