Skateboard supremo Tony Hawk tests out Sony's latest 4K action camera.
Wu-Tang's Rza sat down with CNET's own Brian Tong to talk about the future of audio and his new Boombotix line of speakers.
Olympic medalist Meb Keflezighi joined Epson onstage to unveil the company's latest activity portfolio, including a line of GPS running watches and a golf-swing analyzer.
DJ Tiesto teamed up with Audiofly to design a new line of in-ear headphones.
The in-ear headphones will ship in April to coincide with the release of Tiesto's new album and will start at around $30 for the entry-level model and go up to around $130 for the flagship (pricing has yet to be confirmed).
Here's CES Ambassador and US TV star Nick Cannon getting his mind blown by the first-person VR power of the Oculus Rift.
Snoop Dogg headlines the exclusive CNET party at the Venetian hotel.
will.i.am's i.amPULS smart watch retails for $400 and can provide directions via GPS, music controls, social media and more.
A crowd at the Toyota press conference hangs on every word of physicist Michio Kaku as he describes our entry into the "age of hydrogen."
Basketball legend Shaq walks the CES show floor to promote his new partnership with Monster headphones.
Cinematographer Wally Pfister worked on movies like "Memento" and "The Dark Knight." He took the stage at the Sharp press conference to stress the importance of visual details between standard 4K and Sharp's upgraded televisions.
At the Club des Chefs event, Samsung invited Michelin-starred masters of the kitchen, including French chef and restaurateur Daniel Boulud, to announce its new culinary app, Chef Collection.
AOL's own digital prophet, David "Shingy" Shing, checks out the spread on the show room floor.
Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson was among many audience members who came out to hear Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's keynote address on the increased hiring of minorities and women in the future of the company.