Next week, this year's Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas. It's one of the busiest weeks for tech media, as it brings with it a whole host of announcements and reveals of new pieces of tech.
Good news for you tech-minded people though: here at Giz we'll be keeping up with all the latest pieces of news from CES, and bringing it to you in the comfort of your own home. To save you scrolling through our homepage to find what's relevant, you'll find everything from CES right here, updated daily. You can also check out the CES 2019 tag page for a more up to date feed.
It seems Samsung couldn’t wait until early January to announce its new Notebook 9 Pen.
"Alexa, do cyclists have to obey traffic laws?"
Sadly probably still powered by Bixby.
Redacted documents show that a new smart speaker will work as a satellite for the company’s soundbars and will also include built-in microphones for far-field voice control.
23 & Meow.
5G maybe, possibly, could finally solve your connectivity woes.
Hopefully it'll be a titanic success.
As the kids who started out using Chromebooks grow up, the kinds of systems running Chrome OS need to evolve too.
If the only thing you care about is finding the most laptop for your money, Acer’s new Chromebook 315 might be exactly what you need.
And I’m excited!
A Vegas billboard has declared “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone.”
Finally, after months of waiting, Nvidia announced the new series of GPUs at CES.
It also means AirPlay 2 is coming to Samsung as well.
If you’re already eager to upgrade from your practically ancient GTX 980 then get excited.
Smartphone trends always hit laptops eventually.
As an admitted fidgeter, it’s already succeeded in holding my interest longer than a spinner.
No, that's not a joke - this thing is actually called the Mothership.
According to Jabra, that means these cans know when a loud train is coming down the tracks and specifically tunes out the loud train sound.
This year, L’Oreal is one-upping itself.
All but eliminating the wait for a piping hot cup of tea.
Razer’s just made gaming monitors more colourful.
The bump in fitness capability makes the PowerWatch 2 worth a gander.
Cars that can see around corners? Yes really.
Never get off the sofa again.
One for the ladies.
Called the Move ECG, it looks similar to the type of analogue-hybrid smartwatches that have always been Withings’ trademark.
It has some drawbacks, but will it be cheaper than the current market king?
Very cool, very costly.
Huawei’s attempt at a mainstream 13-inch laptop with Windows is looking pretty good.
Still only five blades, though.
And of course, BlackBerry has a solution for sale.
Yup, Samsung and Vizio aren’t the only TV makers playing nice with Apple this year.
Better hope you come into serious money if you're hoping to buy one of these babies.
Thirty years after the original Game Boy was first released, handheld gaming is as popular as it’s ever been.
The premium EV carmaker has tweaked its futuristic design.
It works similar to a compass, but uses GPS to point the way to a specific person, instead of true north.
If only it didn't cost so much.
There’s some complicated engineering refinement going on here, but the end result is a turntable that always spins smoothly at any speed.
The company will turn heads at this year’s CES with the AMBEO Soundbar's $2,500 price tag.
Samsung's going for superior styling over the same old specs.
It's last year's revelation, but in a smaller form - which is what makes it exciting.
Even though you won’t see an Apple booth on the show floor at CES 2019, the company insists you acknowledge its presence.
HTC continue to push VR technology forward.
The Cintiq 16 is now the cheapest way for aspiring artists to master what has become an industry-standard design tool.
And the sample images look amazing.
Because of "consumer demand", Lenovo is dropping the very light and durable all carbon fibre body and replacing it with heavier and lamer aluminium.
Roland’s adding Alexa to its new Go:Piano.
Aptiv demos its latest autonomous fleet at CES 2019.
So much cool stuff!
Don't spend a grand on this.
Is there one for humans...?
Hope you've got room for a 75-inch screen.
The Razer Hypersense concept adds rumble to a chair, mouse, and even a keyboard armrest.
The North Face believes its new Futurelight material will be a game-changer.
IBM and The Weather Company aim to offer a wildly detailed view of weather around the world.
For around £120, this looks like a pretty good handset.
It's pretty - but it's also useful too.
It’s a car with a coffee table and wooden floor.
With all of its tweaks and upgrades, this refresh is one I’m really looking forward to.
With the Area-51m, Alienware is showing that even the beefiest gaming laptop can still have some class.
The Lenovo Smart Tab M10 and P10 can control the home via Alexa, play music, and show you all the weather and trivia pages your heart desires.
It feels like Google is flexing on the world’s biggest trade show in a way it never has before.
But is this good idea worth its price tag?
An impressive-sounding sex toy had its award revoked for being “immoral, obscene, indecent, profane or not in keeping with [our] image.”
We might be on the verge of fake meat matching real meat.
LG Display's concepts are a peek at what to expect from TV, laptop, and phone makers in the coming years.
Google’s new Interpreter feature allows real-time translation in 27 languages.
It seems like the first wireless charging device I might find in my home could actually be for my Switch Joy-Cons.
The race to higher resolutions is a pissing match that drowns consumers in useless and overpriced TVs.
Less chance of a Clarkson-esque nightmarish quest to make it to a functioning charger.
The perfect place to do a number 2.0.
Harvesting infrastructure info by driving around.
One of the most exciting innovations for home entertainment is Dolby Atmos.
No more fat cats.
We don't have long to wait now.
The chairs read your face using a RealSense camera, Intel’s camera that can track things in a 3D space.
The AMD Radeon VII is the very first 7nm graphics card available to consumers.
This is a future I can get behind.
After watching Opté’s beauty wand in action, I’m half-convinced it’s witchcraft.
Thanks to Olay's Skin Advisor AI, I have been scared straight.
There's a Cleaning Kit Hidden Inside This Portable NES so You'll Never Have to Blow on a Cartridge Again
For less than £100, its versatility makes it worth a spot in your throwback console collection.
Is tech not actually tech just because it's for your genitals?
Porn is always ahead of the curve with this sort of thing.
It’s time for another round up of the little devices that weren’t notable enough to warrant their own coverage but still deserve plenty of love.
It has a "stealth" key. Come on, what else are you gonna use that for?
Hey vinyl fans, here's a new thing for you!
Apparently a casual 146-inches wasn't quite big enough.
Samsung's smart fridge continues to be my most coveted smart home appliance.
Misty isn’t so much a robot as a robotics platform.
Nvidia was shit talking AMD, and AMD politely responded with just enough bite for you to take notice.
Everything is big, big, big.
With Spigen's New Over-the-Air Charging Case, We're One Step Closer to Truly Wireless Power Being a Reality
All hail the Spigen Forever Sleeve - but not until next year at the earliest.
"We’re not trying to be a tablet. We’re trying to be the productivity engine."
You can’t stop me ‘cause I’m on a boat.
Once again, Acer triumphs over physics to create something stupendously skinny.
The BodyFriend chair is the type of massage furniture that’s supposed to stimulate the loins of rich fools.
While it isn’t necessarily the flashiest innovation, it is pretty cool when you think about potential applications.