Because two curves are better than one, right?
It really is amazing how much of the show revolves around the connected home. CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine led a discussion of how far the Smart Home has come and how far it still needs to go.
Forget glaring tail lights. BMW's M4 Concept Iconic Lights feature laser headlights at the front of the car and OLED tail lights at the rear. The OLEDs are ultra energy efficient and the display can be customized to different shapes and different.
Part Segway, part skateboard -- the IO Hawk moves intuitively as soon as you step on to the deck, and you can lean forward or back to control direction.
CNET's Luke Westaway channels his inner Boy George with Panasonic's new smart mirror -- a futuristic display that allows you to check your hair and makeup before you walk out the door.
It wasn't just 50 Cent who appeared on the CNET stage -- CES Entertainment Matters Ambassador Nick Cannon also came by to talk about tech at the show.
Plug anything into the iHome Smart Plug to remotely control your devices via app. And thanks to home kit compatibility, you can ask Siri to turn things on and off for you.
The W3D from Snail Games adds physical gaming controls to an Android smartphone to create a Vita-like experience.