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Mookkie, a smart pet feeder which recognizes individual animals, is displayed ahead of CES 2019  in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photograph: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images

Imagine a future where you are never truly alone. Even when your spouse is on a business trip or your children are away at summer camp, you will alway(...)

Eva Belle Bradshaw shows the Mamaroo in action. It is probably one of the most advanced baby chairs on the market.

We all have great intentions. “Oh no,” you say confidently. “My baby won’t be getting into technology until they’re old enough to handle it. Until the(...)

A hoverboard user in California. The  electronic skateboards that have captured the imagination of geeks recently have been dominated by dozens of off-brand companies. 

On Thursday afternoon, two US federal marshals showed up at the CES to conduct a raid. As a crowd gathered, the marshals packed up a one-wheeled skate(...)

Yining Hou uses the Oculus Rift VR headset at CES in Las Vegas.  Photograph: AP

If you were hoping for a complete technology revolution at CES this year, you might be a little disappointed. The initial impression of the show is th(...)

The EHang 184 autonomous aerial vehicle was shown off at CES in Las Vegas. Photograph: AP

Stepping into a personal drone that will fly you to your destination seems like the stuff of science fiction, but one Chinese start-up proposes to do (...)

James Park, chief executive  of Fitbit: Wall Street reacted badly to Fitbit’s first product launch since last year’s initial public offering, sending its shares down by as much as 13 per cent by early afternoon after the Blaze was unveiled. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

As the world’s largest annual consumer technology trade show opens today in Las Vegas, a plethora of pre-show press conferences mixed car firms with t(...)

Ford CEO Mark Fields at CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show:  Ford unveiled an alliance with US online giant Amazon aimed at allowing people to connect their cars into “smart home” networks.

Car giant Ford has revealed plans for its drone-to-vehicle technology that could be used to help emergency services. At the company’s CES press conf(...)

Former professional skateboarder Tony Hawk holds the X1000V action camera  during the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Sony unveiled an ultra-high-definition action camera as it challenges GoPro in the market for filming extreme sports. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

High definition continued to dominate the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as Sony and Panasonic revealed their plans for the futur(...)

 Attendees photograph themselves in front of a 4K televison display at the Hisense booth at the 2014 International CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center

The International CES 2014 is clearly out to make a splash. Health technology and wearable devices are more popular than ever, while 3D printing is a (...)

 Marissa Mayer, president and CEO of Yahoo, speaks at the consumer electronics show CES in Las Vegas. Photograph: Britta Pedersen/EPA

The Consumer Electronics Association has, for some time now, been facing accusations that CES is starting to lose its relevance. Big announcements are(...)

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