Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com, weighs in on whether it is time for Apple to drop Best Buy, and why it may not be in the tech giant's best interest to produce cheaper versions of its products.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports American Express is cutting 5,400 jobs; and Dan Ackerman, CNET senior editor, discusses some of the hottest items at the Consumer Electronic Show this year.
CNBC's Jon Fortt is at CES in Las Vegas, where he interviews John Aden, executive vp of general merchandise for Wal-Mart. Aden talks about what he finds interesting and what is lacking on the show floor.
Some companies are using celebrities to stand out from the pack. CNBC's Julia Boostin caught up with 50 Cent to talk about how he's leveraging his star power.
The Consumer Electronics Show tries to re-brand itself as a destination for start-ups. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Tablets, TVs and Tableware are the key words at this year's electronics fair in Las Vegas, Mike Butcher, EU Editor at TechCrunch, told CNBC
Jan Dawson, Chief Telecoms Analyst, Ovum says that a big trend this year is Ultra HD TVs. He also discusses the other big tech trends of the year.
Digital distributors like Netflix and YouTube, along with cable and satellite TV companies, are fighting to make their content stand out. Here at CES, they're launching new mobile apps and showcasing flashy new technology.
Part of the joy of CES is the random gadget finds, and there are few better target-rich environments than the Digital Experience party on Monday night. We'll pick out some of the best gadgets for a quick online show-and-tell.
Bigger is better at the Consumer Electronics Show this year as "table top" computers steal the show, Mark Spoonauer, Editor-in-Chief, Laptop Magazine, told CNBC.
Rob Enderle, Principal Analyst at the Enderle Group says Nvidia's portable gaming system Project Shield is one of the game changers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.