Slamtec, a Chinese robotics company, is preparing for it to be more common to order food, drinks or shoes from a robot.
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.
“We were on the elevator on our way up here and we’re asking, ‘Are they going to give us a hangover? Do they expect us to arrive hung over?’” CES conventioneer Taylor Lemmon said, laughing. “But where’s the piano? Where’s the tiger?”
The Pet Fitness Robot is a small, two-wheeled robot that can dispense treats or dangle cat toys.
Continental is showcasing it concept delivery system, “cascading robot delivery,” at CES this week in Las Vegas, mixing an autonomous shuttle and anautonomous delivery robot dog.
Las Vegas has tons of high-end restaurants, but it also boasts plenty of great spots suited to more modest budgets.
Las Vegas is 20 years into a craft cocktail revolution that arguably started with the opening of Bellagio in 1998.
Inventor Atiya Syverson promotes the TekNekSavr, which helps fight neck and head problems caused by using smartphones, in a certain position, for extended periods of time.
Aftershokz offers bone-conduction headphones – headphones that don’t go in the ear.
Formlabs, a company that produces 3D printers for professional markets, has released two new products that can be printed on their hardware.
Lululab has developed an AI-based product that will take an image of your face, analyze it and recommend what product or products you might need to achieve healthier skin.
Lora Haddock expected to unveil a prototype of her company’s award-winning, vibrator-like device at CES this week.
Leading sports technology developers at CES say that with more and more data becoming available on athletes, consumers need to become more educated on how to best interpret the data they’re getting.
Even the most dedicated culinary do-it-yourselfers will soon find it quicker and easier to achieve professional results, judging from the array of devices showing at CES this week.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., the owner of popular cable stations and sports broadcasting rights, says its plans to cash in on the forthcoming sports wagering boom.
NBA fans will get to follow the actions of a single player in livestreams on Twitter in the second half of 20 games, starting with the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 17.