Whether you were in Vegas for CES this year or not, these are the videos you need to watch.
Lacking mirrors, BMW i8 gives clear, rear views
BMW demonstrated the i8 Mirrorless, swapping side mirrors for cameras in a system that could see production in the near future.
We also wentand learned it will begin testing in Europe this year.
Intel shows intelligent drone with Real Sense tech
Intel's new consumer drone tech puts a display in the controller so you can see what the drone is seeing. While it wasn't the only thing Intel showed off (there was aand !), it was one of the coolest.
Memomi Memory Mirror makes trying on clothes magical
The future of trying on clothes is here with the Memomi Mirror that changes the color of your clothes while you're still wearing them. And it wasn't evenwe saw.
Top 5 things that wowed us at CES 2016
There were some truly awesome things to check out at CES. Find out what made us do a double take.
LG OLED TV rolls up like a piece of paper
Thedisplay rolls up a piece of the TV future.
One cable is all you need to turn this Razer laptop into a gaming beast
Thanks to a clever dock, the stylishcan tap into the power of an external graphics card and charge its battery at the same time -- it's the laptop some have been dreaming of.
Fitbit Blaze wants to be your fanciest fitness smartwatch
Fitbit's newest tracker is more like an Apple Watch than ever before, and its pop-out center can be swapped into new cases and leather or metal bands. But are its looks the best part about the?
Up close with Naughty America's VR adult entertainment demo
Brian Tong puts on a virtual-reality headset and gets a demo of an adult entertainment experience from Naughty America. When. Don't worry it's...mostly safe for work.
Skip traffic in this huge single-passenger drone
Theis an autonomous aerial vehicle designed to fly automatically to its destination, meaning no pilot's license is required to fly it -- even though it can hit 60 mph.
Ripple Maker gives us a taste of our face
A 3D printer for coffee can put any image on your foamy drink. CNET's Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar get a live demo on how it works with a taste test.
And be sure to check out more of CNET's CES 2016 coverage!