The Viio line of smart mirrors can connect to your phone with Bluetooth so you can play music and take calls through their built-in speakers.
Alexa may have dominated the smart speaker space in 2016, but this year, you're going to see (and hear) Amazon's voice assistant in a lot of new and unexpected places.
Chipolo claims its new Bluetooth item trackers are the thinnest and loudest on the market.
The Inirv React is a system that uses motion and smoke detection to figure out if you've been away from the cooktop too long, and it will turn off your burner for you.
The Hero headphones let you choose what to block out with directional ambient sound. You can also program specific voices that you want to hear no matter what.
The venerable Sears-brand toolmaker wants you to sync up with your most important tools using Bluetooth. Welcome to CES.
The Sony STR-DN1080 offers Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support at last in addition to Google Cast streaming.
Our long national nightmare of app-less toasters is finally a thing of the past.
The lights on the Bluetooth-enabled showerheads change colors to let you know when you've used too much water. Plus, the Hydrao app connects with Amazon's Alexa assistant.
The Instant Switch injects other iDevices plugs and switches with an extra measure of accessibility. But is it worth the price?
The Samsung M9500 4K Blu-ray player offers the ability to stream audio and video to your mobile device.
The hovering wireless speaker will debut at CES 2017.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.