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.
CES 2020 officially runs Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas, but related events and happenings begin days before. Use this page to be in the know on the latest gadgets and product announcements, and where to spend your time in Las Vegas during the show. Follow reports as Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters and photographers cover the convention floors, keynote speeches, conventioneers and vendors.
California-based Royole aims to combine the best of both the smartphone and tablet with the FlexPai, what it claims to be the world’s first commercial, foldable smartphone.
The YouCam Makeup-Magic Selfie Cam app lets you virtually try on a variety of products and styles.
A ransomware attack on Atlanta’s computer systems in 2018 was a sobering reminder that the infrastructure local governments must protect is no longer limited to roads, pipes and power grids, experts said Wednesday.
When it comes to smart bathroom appliances, you could say the Sands Expo and Convention Center is flush with them.
Yes, but can it flip the bird to the guy who just cut you off?
While the tech world has largely made the move to wireless, one appliance has been left in the outlet. Hair dryers are still tethering us to the counter. Volo Beauty intends to change that.
Smartphones make it easy to have the ones you love right at your fingertips.
Kiki has cameras and facial recognition so it will learn who its owner is.
L’Oreal was awarded a 2019 CES Innovation Award for its product, the My Skin Track pH Wearable Sensor.
The crowd around the Brava Home booth at CES 2019 was several layers deep Wednesday, and no wonder; the Brava team was demonstrating the company’s new infrared oven.
Worrying about diaper changes can be a stinky situation for parents. A new diaper sensor from Seoul-based parenting technology company Monit Corp. could help.
One of the drawbacks to virtual reality is that, no matter how cool the experience appears on the inside, the user is bound to look like a goof to bystanders.
Sometimes there’s nothing better after a long day on the convention floor than a glass of whiskey, or whisky .
Omnia was where Vegas nightlife parties with advanced virtual-reality technology. At some point, the cold-steam cannons, strobes and LED chandelier at the center of Omnia’s main floor themselves feel computer-generated