CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team discusses what's next for Amazon devices enabled with Alexa, with Amazon's head of devices Dave Limp.
CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team discusses the demand for webcams and other work-from-home technologies with Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell.
General Motors said Tuesday it plans to launch an all-electric van called the EV600 this year. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
Enrique Lores, president and CEO of HP, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the PC business and consumer tech.
Michael Mauser, CEO of Harman, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the audio innovations that could be coming to consumers soon.
At this year's CES, Sharp showed off new TV tech, including a projector-based, transparent display, and an ultra-efficient, backlight-free display. Watch the video to learn more.
There's a growing category of companies focused on the "Brain-Computer Interface."
The CES technology conference has become a place for automakers, suppliers and tech companies to showcase their newest technologies and automotive chops.
This year at CES, Google announced a series of features it will be adding to Google Assistant. CNBC was there to check it out.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at tech being previewed at CES that you control with your mind.
Sony is the latest major firm to develop technology and ideas for autonomous vehicles.
Paolo Pescatore, tech, media and telco analyst at PP Foresight, discusses this year's CES technology show.
Airlines are becoming more nimble at adding capacity for high-demand events like the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Samsung showed off some new gadgets at its CES keynote, including a spherical robot assistant and glasses for augmented reality.
Lenovo announced the first Windows laptop with a foldable display on Monday. It's called the ThinkPad X1 Fold and will launch in mid-2020 starting at $2,499.
CNBC takes a look inside CES 2020's Unveiled event.
It's not just about sales for the 116-year old car company. In Detroit, the company is showcasing two of its star performers that personify its new focus on trucks, SUVs and muscle cars.
The new Nissan Leaf Plus will go on sale in early spring and will deliver an estimated 226 miles per charge of its lithium-ion battery. That's more than triple the range of the original Leaf. The updated car will also deliver better acceleration.
Ford, General Motors, Toyota and Volkswagen now call themselves as "mobility service" companies rather than just automotive manufacturers, and that's readily apparent as one wanders around CES in Las Vegas.
Kohler unveiled an "intelligent toilet" called the Numi 2.0 at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas this week.