CES 2013 showcases the absolute bleeding edge of consumer technology, but we also found it surprisingly filled with plenty of gadgets echoing the lines (and functions) of generations past.
10 innovations are waiting to be embraced by society as integral parts of our everyday digital life this year or next.
Siemens introduces new durable hearing aid that is waterproof, dust-proof and shock-resistant.
At CES, a company called Tetherboard was showing off Tethercell, a battery hack that allows wireless control of anything that runs on AAs.
At CES, Innergie announced a portable battery pack that can charge your phone or tablet on the go, and they have some good answers as to why you should buy it.
Computer interfaces are evolving, and starting this year, Intel will bringing voice, face, and gesture recognition to existing computers via its perceptual computing platform.
CES 2013 is just bursting with new gaming portables. Archos is the latest to challenge Nintendo with its 7-inch Android-powered GamePad handheld.
A Netherlands-based company called Allocacoc is reinventing the power strip with the adorably charming modular PowerCube.
It takes a lot of sophistication to fool your brain into thinking that it's inside a virtual world, but somehow, the Oculus Rift has managed to make it work.
SteelSeries is always looking for ways to help you suck less and win more, and at CES it showed off prototype keyboard analysis software to make you even more l33t.