The annual independent film fest brings together auteurs, glitzy celebs and some of the artiest tech and geekiest plot devices.
The Google Home might not have the Echo's "skills," but there's still plenty it can do.
Vizio SmartCast televisions and speakers add support for the always-listening smart speaker.
We don't want a realistic Mario game (like, ever). But this video is pretty hilarious.
Commentary: More than 2 million YouTubers have already tuned in to 7-year-old Xia Vigor performing on a TV show. But is her performance wonderful or the opposite?
The great thing about trending videos is you never know what you're going to get, but they're almost always fun and entertaining.
The NFL quarterback takes the top spot again in a poll ranking athletes' use of social media to their advantage.
CNET's Brian Tong takes you to the best spots on the show floor from LG, Sony and Intel.
Like an orb shaped Google Home, the Nvidia Spot responds to your voice commands and controls your TV.
Download this app to your phone or tablet and you'll be able to sync your audio playback with other devices around you.
Commentary: A dresser falls on a pair of twins. One twin rescues the other by pushing the dresser off him, as he lies trapped. Some viewers are, though, suspicious.
LG'S UP970 is the company's first 4K Blu-ray player which will come a full 12 months after the competition. But what does it offer the others can't?
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.