Point the water jets where you need them in Sharp's newest black glass dishwasher.
Each year at KBIS, appliance makers roll out their higher-end product lines aimed at those looking to outfit their luxury homes with elite goods. 2017 didn't disappoint.
One of our least favorite fridge features claims another appliance brand.
CES 2017 brought us connected touchscreen fridges, door-in-a-door compartments, washers within washers, and app-assisted cooking smarts. Stop me if you've heard this before.
It's not only small gadgets that promise slick smart-home capabilities, smart design or both at CES 2017. There are plenty of impressively constructed and connected large appliances on display here too.
Surprise, surprise -- Alexa was just about everywhere we looked at CES this week. Here's a list of all of the new products and integrations we spotted.
We always see plenty of fancy new fridges at CES, and this year was no different. Here's what caught our eye, smart or otherwise.
In addition to selling American-style appliances through the GE brand, Chinese manufacturer Haier is making a push to sell its own gadgety, small appliances in the US, too. And it might be onto something.
Take a look at the growing list of products Amazon's Alexa has wooed to its side at CES 2017.
The Paragon Mat from FirstBuild will let you set the temperature of your pan and automatically adjust the burner for you. But the mat only works with Paragon Induction Cooktop.
Connected fridges, cameras, speakers, washers, dryers and even cute domestic robots vied for attention at CES 2017.
The new partnership between GE Appliances and Nest Labs means that your Wi-Fi-enabled oven will turn itself off if the Nest Protect detects smoke.
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.