Tech investors are readying themselves for ripple effects from China's most recent market sell-off.
CES has historically been the launching pad for advances in the TV industry. But several touted breakthroughs in recent years haven't excited consumers.
CNBC's Jeniece Pettitt gets the scoop on Samsung's Family Hub Refrigerator at CES with Justin Reinke, Samsung's Product Director.
Analysts on the smart home of the future: What you need to know
The latest Samsung smartwatch could appeal to Apple users.
CES may be loaded with head-turning gadgets, but once the electronics world has moved on, some of those items slip between the cracks.
Samsung Electronics warns of a tough environment in 2016 amid weak global economic growth and increased competition
Fidelity said it is dropping American Express and Bank of America, ending a 12-year partnership that has generated billions of dollars in fees.
NEA partner Rick Yang on what to expect in 2016
What to watch for at CES: Smart homes, self-driving cars, wearables, virtual and augmented reality, and drones dominate.
Apple may be close to a deal with Samsung and LG to overhaul its iPhone screens, according to reports.
Why Apple could be tapping Samsung, LG for iPhone screen technology.
Samsung consumers will be able to do a lot more than change channels with its 2016 smart TV lineup.
The mobile payment feature will be available in the U.S. next year.
Samsung plans to expand its fledgling mobile payment service in the United States next year, allowing users to shop online.
Not every consumer worldwide wants high-tech phones, but ones providing the necessary tools, says Francisco Jeronimo, research director for European mobile devices at IDC.
Mobile payment systems may be better than cards with embedded security chips when it comes to keeping personal information secure.
Shoppers take note: this is how to keep your personal information secure when paying for those last minute holiday gifts.
Virtual reality start-ups are raising billions, and consumer headsets are hitting the market. The technology's promise is becoming real.
Google has patented a way for its driverless cars to communicate with pedestrians and others on the road.