It's day two of CES 2016 and we're proud to take you along for the ride. CNET host Brian Tong hosts our first-of-its kind virtual tour, taking you to hot spots on the show floor -- you'll feel like you're right here with the most fun tech tour guide on the planet.
Designed as part of Haier's small-space living appliance lineup, the HLC17000AXW is on display at CES 2016 and available for sale now with an MSRP of $1,050 (around $AU1,500 or £720).
It's a washer and a dryer that also has a small profile -- and not having a vent seems to fit with that appealing combo. If it manages to still perform as a washer and a dryer effectively, the Haier HLC17000AXW could be quite the convenient appliance for apartment dwellers.
CNET's Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar talk to VR-content provider, IM360 about virtual-reality video production and the hardware needed to create VR content. For a look at the video we partnered with them on, visit our tour of CES in VR.
You don't have to buy an Apple iPhone 6S or Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to get a decent phone anymore.
ZTE, Alcatel OneTouch and Huawei, a trio of Chinese companies you probably never heard of, have been busy at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas trying to prove that point. And while they may not offer all the bells and whistles of, say, Apple's flagship phone, they get the job done.
After demoing the shipping version of the Oculus Rift, Geoffrey Morrison is more excited than ever to own one. Here's why he thinks the price seems totally reasonable for a first-generation product that delivers such an amazing experience.
ModiFace is the company behind a mirror you could one day soon see at your favorite cosmetics counter. It supplies the software-plus-mirror combination to brands like L'Oreal, a current client, to enhance your reflection with anywhere from 10 to 15 makeup combinations.
If you absolutely must have a large-screen, low-cost phone, the Blu Vivo XL announced here at CES in Las Vegas is throwing its hat in the ring. Its $150 price tag (or about £100 or AU$210) is ridiculously low for a 5.5-inch screen, and that's how Blu is building its brand.
Garmin sees a fundamental flaw with the way we access information in our cars. That flaw is the touchscreen. In a private presentation on the floor of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show here in Las Vegas, Garmin's Automotive OEM team showed Antuan Goodwin how it is exploring fixing it.
Caption byJustin Yu / Photo by Antuan Goodwin/CNET
Chinese electronics giant Lenovo is partnering with Google to release a Project Tango smartphone, which it says will retail for less than $500 (£340, AU$710).
Project Tango came out of a Google project to make better use of inside space. While mapping companies have plotted the outside world with remarkable accuracy, there are few aids to navigate you once you're inside a mall, large hotel or the like.
A mobile device with Project Tango technology would employ three cameras -- one to distinguish colors, a depth lens and a fish-eye lens -- to get a sense of the space around them.
Aston Martin, in collaboration with the young Chinese entertainment company LeTV, unveiled an infotainment concept at CES 2016 that could finally bring the century old British car manufacture up to date in the in-car entertainment stakes.
An 18-inch OLED display shown off by LG is so thin -- just 0.18mm -- it can be rolled up like a poster.
LG Display says the next step is to improve the size beyond 18 inches. The resolution will also likely receive a bump from 810x1,200-pixels, but since it's OLED its other picture-quality characteristics -- namely an insanely high contrast ratio -- are superb to begin with.