CES 2020 was undoubtedly better for sex tech than in previous years. Even so, that’s not enough.
We’d like give a shout out to some of the oddities, stunts and observations from the show floor which, after all, are the real heart and soul of CES.
Sometimes things sound good on paper but don’t live up your expectations. But this time, I was pleasantly surprised.
This bizarrely named streaming service is both positively gimmicky and absolutely cool, and I kind of hate myself for how into it I am.
After running with ASICS’s Glideride trainers and EvoRide smart shoes at CES, I have a much better idea of what the hell I’m doing wrong.
One day CES will exhibit a massage chair that's reasonably priced and doesn't look incredibly dorky. Today is not that day.
Probably before the end of the year.
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.
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
We need to move away from the baggage of the term "tablet" and just call these things what they are.
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.