Nikon surprises at CES, enters action cam market

CES isn't really what it used to be -- a robotic dog was one of this year's highlights -- but that doesn't mean the Vegas electronics expo can't still produce a surprise or two. Case in point: Nikon. As expected, with the D5 Nikon updated its much adored flagship DSLR....

CES: 3 mobile products worth your attention

A Swarovski wearable? CES is back! The show floor is awash in futuristic tech. But it's these three products - all shipping in 2015 - that really stood out.

Pebble Steel smartwatch kicks off 2014 wearable computing race

The wearable computing market is expected to be $1.5 billion in 2014. With its new $249 smartwatch, Palo Alto-based Pebble leapfrogs the competition.

CES: Lenovo unveils Helix, a beautiful Windows 8 convertible laptop

Featuring an 11.6-inch touch-based display, the Lenovo Helix is a full-on laptop with that winning keyboard design Lenovo is so well known for that can also "Rip and Flip" and serve double duty as a tablet.

Year of the Incredible Shrinking Bezel

Bezels continue to shrink. Witness the Droid DNA and Sony's upcoming Xperia Android phones. Just imagine how cool the iPad 6 or 7 is going to look sans bezel.

CES 2012: In search of Android superphones – Viewsonic, HTC, Motorola, Samsung

Droid RAZR Maxx could steal the limelight in the Motorola booth. Expect it to continue the thin tradition re-booted with the launch of the Droid RAZR in Q4 '11.

CES 2011: Best in show – plus a booby prize or two

Mobility is indeed ruling the air.

CES: Attendance up 17%, generates 158,000 tweets

140,000 industry professionals attended the marquee Las Vegas event.
CES day 1

In Photos CES Day 1: BlackBerry Playbook, MSi bots, birds

Colorful birds, real life Avatar warriors, and decked out sports cars were just some of the scenes that caught our eyes.
Mac App Store

Apple Mac App Store opens with 1,000 apps, pretty icons

And fear not, yes, Angry Birds is waiting for you. It's $4.99 and is one of the first "noteworthy" apps to greet you.