CES 2015 was year's first and largest gadget show. The electronics and trade show brought everything from a better mousetraps to TVs that go beyond 4K under one roof. Here's a list of 5 things showcased at CES 2015, that you should not miss.
While Apple is yet to announce the release date for its Watch, clones of it has already popped up. Near identical clone of Apple Watch, which costs $350, can be bought just for $60. The copy of Apple Watches were seen at several Chinese manufacturers' stall in the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the largest tech show on the planet. Every year, companies all around the world gather to showcase their innovation. CES of this year, happening in Las Vegas, has been primarily about automobiles, UHD TVs and Internet of Things. We have also seen some of the great Windows machines. Here's a bunch of gadgets that are our favorite so far:
Struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry is set to explore other realm of tech. The company unveiled a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform at the ongoing CES. The IoT platform will let other manufacturers use BlackBerry's secure device management and messaging technology.
In the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES), LG has announced a new smartwatch exclusively for Audi cars. The new smartwatch looking similar to LG G Watch can control the Audi cars effortlessly.
Smart gadgets could be grabbing tons of our personal data, leading to compromised privacy, warns the chair of the US Federal Trade Commission has warned.
Sony Walkman fans rejoice. The company has launched the new ZX2 Walkman that runs Android Jelly Bean. The Walkman ZX2 has 128 GB storage and can hold 2,000 songs. It has also got a micro SD card slot for extending the memory further. On a single charge, the Walkman ZX2 can run for 60 hours.
Toshiba is kicking off the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by launching a trio of new devices: Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets, Portégé Z20t Ultrabook hybrid and Dynadock 4K, a desktop dock.
Sony Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai made first public comment at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) about the recent hack. He thanked employees, partners for support, especially in releasing the film 'The Interview' publicly.
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has already kicked off and companies have started to amaze with their innovation. CES 2015 is seeing a lot of innovative products especially from TV makers.
Rumors are that HTC is going to unveil its next flagship codenamed 'Hima' in the coming CES. While the new flagship from HTC is still in rumors, the company confirmed the launch of new "Desire" line of phones by posting a teaser image on its official Weibo account.
Palm - the company that made the PDA a must-have item in the 1990s - might be coming back to life. The hints were obtained from the redirection of palm.com website to mynewpalm.com.
LG has introduced a 21:9 UltraWide gaming monitor with curved display aimed at gamers. The new monitor will debut at CES 2015.
Kodak will put is imaging expertise into smartphones for consumers to take advantage of both great photography as well as rich user experience.
Prosecutors raided LG's headquarters on Friday based on a complaint made by Samsung against the former's employees who allegedly damaged the latter's washing machines in Berlin.
30 Mar '17 18:57PM
29 Mar '17 05:30AM
28 Mar '17 17:03PM
27 Mar '17 18:55PM