The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in the U.S. through Best Buy and Amazon on Friday for $599.99.
Alex Wesley at Arovia talks about how he came up with SPUD: the spontaneous pop-up display.
Verizon is unsure whether the Yahoo deal will go through, a top executive said, reported Dow Jones on Thursday.
The update should help drive purchases of the 500 million products from 150,000 advertisers participating at any given time.
Why your next TV might not have speakers.
Mark Hawtin, investment director at GAM, weighs in on where to invest in the growing artificial intelligence area.
Mike Vorhaus at Frank N. Magid Associates says that technology will be "kind of smart" for the next couple of years.
Nvidia debuted a new product, Spot, that takes on Amazon's Alexa. Spot is ambient and thus can hear commands from far away.
Mark Hung at Gartner says that the consumer electronics on exhibition at CES 2017 reflect a higher degree of connection and "smarts."
Harry Zervos at IDTechEx says that consumer tech now also encompasses drones and autonomous cars.
The government began blocking The Times's sites in 2012, after articles on the wealth of Wen Jiabao's family, The New York Times reports.
During the Consumer Electronics Show, Acer unveiled the Predator 21 X, the first notebook computer with a curved screen, USA TODAY reports.
Scientists at Cornell University have created a soft robotic hand that can detect the shape, softness, and texture of an object.
The LG Hub is similar to Amazon's Alexa, a stationary unit that is controlled by your voice, The Verge reports.
Alphabet, Amazon, and Hershey stocks are making headlines on Wall Street this Wednesday.
TAIPEI, Jan 4- Taiwan stocks on Wednesday hit their highest in more than two weeks, tracking regional bourses, with smartphone manufacturer HTC Corp leading the gains in technology shares. As of 0254 GMT, the main TAIEX index was up 0.2 percent at 9,287.38. The Taiwan dollar softened T $0.04 to T $32.285 per U.S. dollar.
The Facebook CEO said Tuesday his challenge for 2017 is to visit and meet people in every state by the end of the year, USA Today reports.
Autonomous and self-driving cars will be the big news of CES 2017, says Bob O'Donnell at TECHnalysis Research.
The average consumer is more likely to see changes in the kitchen than the garage this year.
As critics say the company is crumbling, Faraday Future has hitched its future to a demo in Las Vegas this week.