Competitors raced to lay the most bricks during the Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 World Championship inside the Masonry Madness Arena set up outside the Las Vegas Convention Center on Wednesday.
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Animal conservationists are circulating an online petition asking executives of Mandalay Bay to cancel the four-day Safari Club International hunters convention that opened Wednesday and is expected to be attended by 21,000 people.
It isn't often that the producers of the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo back away from controversy. The adult industry, which wrapped up its four-day trade show with its awards presentations for pornographic films on Saturday, prides itself on being on the cutting edge of technology and leaders in advocacy positions involving the sex trade.
Omer Kiyani was on a leadership path at a large Detroit automobile company but he was so bothered by stories about teen suicides using guns and accidental shooting deaths that he instead chose to focus on developing his own solution to address the problem. His take on smart gun technology — Identilock — was on display this week at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show, or SHOT Show.
The words once uttered by Stevie Ray Vaughn written above the entrance of the Hard Rock Cafe had little to do with rock 'n' roll and a lot to do with sex on Friday when day three of the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo took over the Strip hotel-casino.
Two brothers from Georgia are bridging the gap between live target shooting and video games. Cabel and Pete English of Atlanta debuted their new game, Plinker, at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show, or SHOT Show, this week at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Attendees at the 38th annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show, commonly called SHOT Show, are a diverse bunch.
Ask the ride-hailing companies how they did during CES and they'll say they did well. They just won't say how well.
Ripped from pages of Popular Science from 40 years ago is one take-away from the annual CES show held this week in Las Vegas.
If there is one takeaway from CES 2016 it is that there is almost a device for everything.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of chicanery, and perhaps trouble. A hoverboard company found this out at CES when it was apparently busted for an alleged knockoff design.
Before you shove your way through the thick Consumer Electronics Show crowds to reach the latest gigantic TV screen and other whiz-bang gadgetry, there's Gary Klein and his BMX bicycle at Intel's sprawling exhibit area in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
With burglaries and home invasions on the rise in Southern Nevada, about a dozen companies brought potential deterrents to the trade-show floor of CES this week.
It seems like it just started, but CES will be over before you know it.
Ride-hailing companies took a big bite out of ground transportation revenue in the days leading up to the opening of CES this year.
If you believe Turner Sports president David Levy, there are more than 4 billion screens in the world. That's 4 billion potential customers to watch a sporting event live.
Early this week, General Motors announced that it is investing $500 million in the ride-hailing company Lyft.
With Wednesday being the official start of CES 2016 — as well as National Technology Day — we looked back at prior shows and the key tech products that have been unveiled over the years.
In the time that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was onstage for the opening keynote of CES Wednesday, 130 new countries were added to the online on-demand streaming television service. Now, nearly 200 countries get it.
Finally, a look at the Future. A version of the high-performance electric car that will be manufactured in North Las Vegas next year was unveiled Monday night during an invitation-only event in Las Vegas.
When 130,000 people arrive for the giant ConExpo-Con/Agg construction equipment trade show in March, they’ll be able to scan their convention registration badges and take unlimited rides on the Las Vegas Monorail for the duration of the show.
Experts at RECon — the annual gathering of the international shopping center industry — hit the streets of Las Vegas this week in search of big deals and new leases. But the city had another reason to be in the spotlight besides being the event’s host — it’s home to the Downtown Project.
A spike in revenue from room tax receipts and facility use rentals will bump the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s budget by 6.7 percent in the next fiscal year.
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