A digital diabetes dog that can “smell” when blood sugar levels are high, is one of many products designed to monitor vital signs on display this week at CES in Las Vegas.
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Along with wearables, artificial intelligence and virtual reality, smart luggage is part of the travel industry’s future, according to exhibitors at the CES 2020 trade show.
Cameras, mirrors and apps are getting a tech boost to help consumers better visualize and understand their skin.
Bell and Hyundai are partnered with Uber Elevate, who is working to launch its Uber Air service as early as 2023 in select cities.
Moderator Kevin Ma has a lively exchange with FanDuel CEO Matt King about in-play sports betting on CES panel.
Winner of student pitch contest at CES is a palm-sized, turtle-shaped device that contains a microbial mesh to capture microplastics, then uses enzymes to break them down.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Wednesday announced the next phase of the government’s work on autonomous vehicles at the Las Vegas Convention Center during CES 2020.
The Las Vegas airport is adding 200 flights a day with 49,000 additional seats during CES.
With the Raiders set to move to Las Vegas and Allegiant Stadium for the 2020 NFL season, the team still has an eye on making the $2 billion stadium the best venue it can be.
The startup has signed up so much talent it’s led consumers who are still getting used to the idea of Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus to ask, “What the heck’s a Quibi?”
In Baby Hands, you are trapped in a playpen. Then you grab at a screwdriver — GRAB IT! — and unlock the gate.
A comic book with characters who jump off the pages. That’s augmented reality.
“Tech Has Changed the Live Sports Experience” and “The Future of Sports Betting” were two of the panels that took place Tuesday at Aria during CES.
Sensors that track how well you sleep, a pillow that helps prevent snoring and a cooling headband all aim to help you sleep better.
NFL chief information officer Michelle McKenna talked about the league’s advances in technology during a panel discussion titled “NFL on the Digital Frontier” as part of CES.