Mike Vorhaus at Frank N. Magid Associates says that technology will be "kind of smart" for the next couple of years.
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.
Autonomous and self-driving cars will be the big news of CES 2017, says Bob O'Donnell at TECHnalysis Research.
A number of new laws take effect in 2017, regulating things like phones, guns, and sugary soft drinks.
Brad Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, talks about the fragmented smart home hardware sector and semiconductor companies.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses Apple CEO Tim Cook's moves toward direct-to-consumer retail in India.
Japan's Toshiba nose-dived nearly 26 percent on Thursday, marking a fifth consecutive session, after credit downgrades from both Moody's and S&P Global Ratings.
Farhad Manjoo, New York Times reporter, and Rahul Sood, Unikrn CEO, discuss Fitbits, Amazon's Echo devices and this holiday season's other hot tech gifts.
Kevin Yu, CEO of SideChef, talks about Chip, a smart oven that bakes cookies on its own.
Patrick Morley, Carbon Black CEO, discusses Amazon's Echo and the cybersecurity risks of these kind of devices.
Stephanie Llamas at SuperData Research says that mass market adoption of VR has some ways to go but that 2017 will be the year of Google's Daydream.
Jacob Mullins at Shasta Ventures discusses Snapchat's move into artificial reality.
A New York businessman claims the online retail giant kept his merchandise without paying him a penny.
Sales for Nintendo's NES Classic Edition, a small version of its video game console from the 80s, were good for the Japanese games maker.
JPMorgan predicts smartphone industry unit growth will slow to 1.5 percent in the first half of 2017.
Even after three decades, the iconic brand is as popular as ever thanks to a slew of culturally relevant collaborations.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports that Apple's highly anticipated wireless headphones, AirPods, are set to ship in 4 weeks.
The tech giant says its new wireless headphones are available online and will hit store shelves next week.
Physical 'Call of Duty' game sales plunged, according to NPD November sell-through data.