The first day of the the International Consumer Electronic Show kicked off Tuesday and there was plenty to talk about.
The new pressure-sensitive SmartMat syncs up with your mobile device to help you get the perfect pose every time.
Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent, isn't just a multi-platinum rapper, he's also a successful entrepreneur with a range of businesses.
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.
Dish Network CEO Joseph Clayton told CNBC that the new Sling TV shouldn't affect the paid bundle.
Trading in your old smartphone for cash just got a little bit easier.
The economy is looking stronger and advertisers are getting more confident in spending money, iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman said.
The chipmaker will get back to a period of close partnership with China, said Steve Mollenkopf.
Ross Levinsohn, former interim CEO of Yahoo, is a huge fan of Twitter and says the "world's biggest newsroom" should buy Yahoo to become the most powerful force in the media business.
Lenovo is aiming for travelers with two new mobile PC models that it says weighs less than a a 32-ounce water bottle.
Rapper and entrepreneur Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin about his SMS headphones; partnership with Intel and competition in the space.
John Sculley's Misfit has come a long way from just being a wearable company. It now wants to light your home.
Roku's Chief Executive Anthony Wood remained quiet about the company's IPO plans.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Re/Code's Walt Mossberg, take look at the hottest gadgets coming out of CES in Las Vegas.
Highlights at this year's Pepcom: A solar-powered phone charger, an ewaste recycling kiosk that gives you money, and (yes) a smartphone for dogs.
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.
In case you missed it, here were three newsmakers at CES Press Day.
The TVs will be powered by Tizen OS as the company looks to reinvent the software and push it to the masses.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow. is focused on improving Americans’ money knowledge of saving, spending and investing.
Silicon Valley’s meteoric rise left lawmakers playing catch up. Governments around the world are now busy implementing new rules and regulations, aiming to keep the tech titans in check but also foster a burgeoning digital economy. CNBC’s special report “Big Tech's New Rules” explores this trend, and what it means for investors, citizens and the technology companies themselves.
Microsoft has begun sharing regional energy usage data with customers that have signed nondisclosure agreements.
Starting Tuesday, Venmo will show users a new feature that lets them invest in four different cryptocurrencies with a minimum spending requirement of $1.
Amazon announced that it is planning to open its first-ever hair salon in East London as the e-commerce giant continues to explore new lines of business.