Soon you’ll be able to try on your clothes without getting undressed.
CES 2019 brings the latest consumer electronics products and trends to Las Vegas Jan. 8-11. Smart home technology, facial recognition, robotics and esports are some of the developing technologies already making their mark, but just about every industry will be showing their wares, from beauty products to farming equipment, virtual reality to driverless cars. Follow reports as Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters and photographers cover the convention floors, keynote speeches, conventioneers and vendors.
At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Polaroid revealed its One Step Plus camera with Bluetooth.
When you purchase a bottle of water, do you think about where it came from? When you turn on the sink faucet, do you expect water to always come out?
At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the Dreenk My Oeno is ever so smart when it comes to wine.
There’s never been a better time to be lazy. For instance, take the DrinkShift, a smart refrigerator designed to make sure you never run out of cold beer.
This week has showcased everything from intelligent toilets to dog treat flingers that work with Amazon’s voice activation.
The Embr Wave, a bracelet that cools and warms temperature-sensitive skin on wearers’ wrists to help them feel five degrees cooler or warmer, was on display at the 2019 CES convention. The product sells online in the U.S. and Canada for $299.
Did Hair in a Can teach us nothing? Have we already forgotten the painful lessons of the Shake Weight, pet rocks, Smell-o-Vision and the Shoe Umbrella?
The old-fashioned sport had more products on display than most other activities at CES in Las Vegas this week.
Innovative Technology Electronics Corp. featured more than 49 new Victrola products ranging from record players to vintage radios to mid-century modern furniture with built in speakers.
At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, security is a major feature of BlackBerry Mobile’s two new smartphones, the Key2 and Key2 LE.
Let’s face it; not all of us have green thumbs. And herbs are particularly difficult to grow, considering their constant need for sunshine.
The sports technology lineup at CES includes simulators, safter helmets and an elastic band for televisions.