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Robotics was a huge trend at CES 2015 with the Robotics Marketplace growing its footprint by 25 percent this year.
Combine health-consciousness with gadget novelty, and you have the potential for a huge new market in the early stages of its growth.
2016 will be a tipping point for virtual reality, say analysts.
Analysts on the smart home of the future: What you need to know
The CEO told CNBC this is "the most traffic we’ve ever had."
Netflix shares rallied nearly 10 percent as the company celebrated the launch of service in 130 new countries.
Facebook-owned Oculus opened preorders for its new virtual reality headset, Oculus Rift, on Wednesday morning. Re/code reports.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich expects China and emerging markets to be stable but slow.
Ralph de la Vega, President & CEO, AT&T Mobile & Business Solutions addresses the growing trend of connected devices, from cars to TVs.
Virtual reality is set to take off in 2016, as Facebook's Oculus and PlayStation launch their highly anticipated hardware.
The pre-orders for the consumer version of the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift are on sale. Oculus VR CEO & co-founder Brendan Iribe, explains the remote control available for non-gamers, and the potential for the virtual reality experience.
Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank discusses why the company is doubling down on technology that looks to enrich a healthy lifestyle.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau goes behind the wheel of several autonomous vehicles at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to demonstrate how Delphi’s new V2E (vehicle to everything) technology allows cars to communicate with each other and avoid accidents, while moving through traffic with greater ease.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai, discusses Asia's economy, whether the TV business has found its legs, and the developing technology for image sensors, at CES.
An early look at some of the emerging trends and hot start-ups garnering attention at CES 2016 in Las Vegas.
CNBC reveals what's happening at the International Consumer Electronics Showcase today, to let you experience the technology of tomorrow.
CES may be loaded with head-turning gadgets, but once the electronics world has moved on, some of those items slip between the cracks.
What to watch for at CES: Smart homes, self-driving cars, wearables, virtual and augmented reality, and drones dominate.
Let's face it, technology can get weird. And you don't have to roam very far at CES before you run into some, well, interesting products.
As CES wraps up Friday, the ending date of Jan. 9 has particular significance to techies. It's the eighth anniversary of Apple's iPhone launch.
While Apple's sales slump in China is a short-term problem, its brewing battle with the government worries investors.
This was key in LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner seeing a brighter future for the social media giant.
A new Apple patent may notify a text recipient of any words that underwent autocorrect, The Verge reports.