As carmakers and consumer electronics companies find new ways to connect drivers to their gadgets, the National Transportation Safety Board is renewing a call to remove devices that do not relate to…
Qualcomm CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs faced a big challenge when he accepted the opening keynote position at CES this year. To date, only two people had taken the stage -- Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.
Paramount Pictures is going mobile as it ramps up promotion on "Star Trek Into Darkness."
4K, AMOLED and even flexible screens could be game-changers
Without Microsoft presenting its keynote or hosting a booth at CES for the first time in 14 years, the door is left wide open for another major consumer electronics player to cast a large shadow over…
After launching a new category of computers called Ultrabooks at last year's Consumer Electronics Show, Intel is now focusing on hyping what's inside.
Sharp is doubling down on giant TVs in 2013, and plans to enhance them for the second screen.
Voice and gesture are just the start of interface revolution
Consoles have become a popular entrypoint into the living room
Stolen user data brings hard cash to cyber-intruders
Quartet extends pic experience and audience engagement