It's shiny, high-tech, and protective of your credit card information, but the iWallet comes at a price.
We don't know who he is or what magic he possesses, but enjoy the awesome power of the great hero of CES.
Skechers new Game Kicks shoes bring wearable Simon Says to kids.
For $1,000, a ceiling fan better do something special - Big Ass Fans promises to save you money in energy.
Shown at CES, the Alcohoot breathalyzer syncs up with your mobile device to let you know if maybe it's time to call a cab.
BlackBerry will seek to grow BBM's monthly user base and increase time spent in the app, CEO John Chen says.
It was bound to happen, and now the Raticator brings mobile technology and serious voltage to the world of pest control.
The new pressure-sensitive SmartMat syncs up with your mobile device to help you get the perfect pose every time.
Brad Gastwirth, Chief Executive Officer at ABR Investment Strategy, says greater connectivity will see the beginning of the transition towards a "smarter everything."
As consumer electronics manufacturers adopt the technology more aggressively, sales of 4K TVs will likely jump to 23 million units from 9 million in 2014, says Neil Sequeira, Managing Director at General Catalyst Partners.
Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, says the "internet of things" appears to be the central theme at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas.
Trading in your old smartphone for cash just got a little bit easier.
George O'Connor, senior analyst at Panmure Gordon, discusses the big technology themes for 2015 with the "Internet of things" - or connected devices - likely to continue to grow.
The focus at the International Consumer Electronics Show this year will be on improving ideas already in the marketplace.
Dish's new Web-TV service will allow you to stream ESPN over the Web. Re/code reports.
Apple’s smartwatch poses a conundrum for advertisers: How to tap the possibilities of the tiny gadget without overwhelming consumers with messages.
Microsoft's cloud continued its partnering frenzy, joining with Jasper to help connected devices deal with data overload.
Investors misunderstood comments from Facebook CFO David Wehner about slower revenue growth in the rest of 2015, Gene Munster said.
"Fast Money" traders looked at Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as the social media names reported earnings this week.