This year's Consumer Electronics Show is currently in full swingin 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 2020, 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 regularly. You can also check out the CES 2020 tag page for a more up-to-date feed.
Neon is a living entity, but without a physical body. Neon is computationally created but is not an AI assistant. And Neon wants to be your friend.
What started out as an April Fool's gag product is becoming a gaming reality, thanks to Hyperkin
Around 40,000 colours can be recreated using E Ink's new colour display technology, with image loading times of just a few seconds.
I was pretty impressed this CES by Dabby, a tablet-based streaming service search engine and subscription manager.
The thirst for foldable devices is strong.
Look, it’s not a tech trade show if you aren’t bombarded with a small army of Fossil smartwatches
It might be better than the real thing.
And carrying around an electric heater full of boiling hot food sounds totally safe
We need to move away from the baggage of the term "tablet" and just call these things what they are.
Perfect for builders and Bear Grylls-wannabes.
Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump to the stage at CES to opine on “The Future of Work".
After seeing where the motion-sensing wifi service Linksys Aware is going, we’re convinced it’s going to be a killer feature for the company.
Google is giving Google Assistant some seriously useful smart home upgrades while also teaching it to be less invasive.
It's like a slightly bigger gaming chair, complete with RGB lighting, that you can drive.
“It is a slap in the face to everyone here who has been harmed here directly, or indirectly by the [Trump] administration.”
Given the number of new products Hue has been pumping out lately, it’s nice to see Hue add new functionality to its core app
AMD finally has a set of processors that seem like they can compete with Intel’s mobile offerings.
There are more than enough nightmarish Airbnb stories out there to make this one worth serious consideration.
The PopPower Home is a doughnut-shaped wireless charger that lets you charge without having to ever take off your PopGrip.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group is introducing some key upgrades.
The Razer Tomahawk aims to take a huge chunk of the hassle out of building a PC and make the process practically foolproof.
By voice or touch.
We love you Ballie, please don't hurt us.
OnePlus is trying to ease camera anxiety while also flexing some of its design chops.
It looks like a cross between a rocket and WWII bombers.
“Is innovation only around what CES defines as electronics innovation? Or is it about what consumers believe innovation is?”
Sounds good to us.
Netgear’s new Nighthawk M5 5G WiFi 6 Mobile Router could replace all of your home’s wifi equipment.
Still doesn't have a face, though.
Shut up and take our money.
It's a bit of a beast, but sadly we don't know how much it's going to cost just yet.
Lenovo has announced a new ThinkBook with a regular screen up top and an e-ink screen on its lid.
CES wants to get freaky with you.
Now you can get a smart mail box keeps your packages safe and secure.
It's the first tablet from the company to support connectivity to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
Now I know what you’re saying, aren’t all laptops foldable? Well yes, but not like this they aren’t.
The new Climate360 smart bed, out in 2021, can heat and cool an entire mattress based on each user’s dozing preferences.
TCL's upcoming 10-series phones aim to bring the company's value-minded approach to the smartphone scene.
Just because you can make a new smart gadget doesn't mean you should.
In one specific, hard-to-see area, which raises a lot of questions.
But this walk down memory lane won't come cheap.
Celestron’s new StarSense Explorer telescope promises to make star spotting impossibly easy, using your smartphone’s camera.
Samsung's first ever Galaxy-branded Chromebook has super premium components crammed into every corner.
Unless you’re hardcore into outdoor fitness, you probably haven’t heard of Suunto.
I’m still not sold on the idea the average person would want this in their homes.
BMWs, Fiats, and Chryslers.
And they have some weird ways of going about it.
This is the weirdest Alexa device since last year's Alexa toilet.
...But if you've ever met a dog, you'll know it's pretty easy to tell what mood they're in.
Probably due to the fact that it leaked last week.
It’s a clever innovation using technology that at this point is relatively cheap and readily available.
Basic wrench skills (and a hefty budget) are all that’s needed to bring your kitchen into the 22nd century.
Perso is an AI-powered gadget that dispenses personalised foundation, lipstick, and moisturiser.
If you’ve missed some of the news and rumours leading up to this year’s event, we’ve got you covered.
Segway promised a future with minimal physical exertion, and the new S-Pod personal transporter finally delivers that.
Liter than the flagships, but by not by much.
Sort of, not disappearing like the pop-up cameras on the 7 Pro.
Of course, courtesy of another leak ahead of CES 2020.
It's a thing of beauty.
Dell’s general game plan seems to be giving you more of everything you want, crammed into a body that’s smaller than before.
Lucy, a new robot vacuum from a company called Trifo, could finally put an end to encounters of the turd kind.
CES typically isn’t a major show for smartphones, but Samsung might be changing that.
CES 2020 is set for next month, and OnePlus will be revealing its Concept One.