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Son Finds His Late Dad's 'Ghost' In A Racing Video Game

This is lovely, strange, and wrenching all at the same time. A teenager whose father passed away when he was just six had pulled out an old Xbox game …

Associated Press News

Four tech trends to look for at the Consumer Electronics Show

Jeff Chiu/AP<p>Wearable technology<p>Perhaps the most hyped product of 2013 was also, ironically, one that very few people were able to actually buy. Google Glass, the head-mounted, camera-equipped computer, was the most talked-about in a string of wearable technology. In the same year, Samsung also …

CNET on Twitter: "A gaming exoskeleton will pair with the Oculus Rift headset at #CES2014 http://t.co/4wh93knCyA http://t.co/yPOTT2VK2m"

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The 5 Most Interesting Things at CES Unveiled 2014

The first major press event at this year's CES showcased a ton of new health and wellness gadgets, gaming gear, headphones and music, home automation, and lots of other weird stuff.<p>The first major press event at this year's CES showcased a ton of new health and wellness gadgets, gaming gear, …

Home Automation

You know smartwatches have arrived because they finally have their own app store

This morning we told you that 2014 would be the year of the smartwatch. Now Pebble has basically guaranteed it.<p>As expected, the company’s major CES announcement unveiled a Pebble app store, as well as presenting a new, high-end model of its smartwatch. The original will still be sold, but Pebble …

ZTE's BlueWatch brings Pebble-like features to China (hands-on)

Trends rule at CES, and one of the biggest themes we've noticed before the show even officially begins is wearables. Smartwatches, HUDs/glasses and fitness trackers are popping up all over the place, and ZTE is hoping to be part of the excitement by showing off a prototype of its upcoming …

Wearables expected to graduate to 2.0 at CES 2014

Wearables are expected to go the way of the Internet -- meaning they will eventually be omnipresent, according to a new report by research firm Forrester. And a big change in the industry is expected to happen at this year's Consumer Electronics Show when wearables will graduate from 1.0 to 2.0.<p>"If …

CES

Sony Doubles Down On Wearable Tech With The Life-Tracking ‘Core’

LG played up its push into wearable tech earlier this morning, and now it looks like Sony’s turn to do the same. Sony Mobile president and CEO Kuni Suzuki took the stage at the tail end of Sony’s CES press conference to show off what he called “the tiniest gadget Sony has ever made” — the …

CNET on Twitter: "Sony unveils Core, a FitBit-like health tracker #CES2014 http://t.co/c1UgD4lLiC http://t.co/lI5DkgTzRX"

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At CES 2014, health monitors join the wearables parade

As the wearables craze starts to go mainstream, one company is betting that medical devices deserve to be at the party.<p>At CES on Monday, iHealth Lab unveiled a set of wearable medical devices that it hopes will help people keep better track of key wellness factors.<p>Already a maker of a range of …

Wearable Tech

Intel reveals its own smartwatch prototype

Intel is clearly committed to the wearable space -- in addition to smart earbuds and a smart headset, it just unveiled its own take on a smartwatch. The prototype it showed is completely independent of other devices for phone and internet access, and it's clever enough to handle location-based …

Intel's new boss opens CES with a vision for wearable technology

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich described his vision for wearable computing — including a number of devices designed by the world’s biggest chip maker itself — in his first major international event speech.<p>Krzanich made the announcements during his opening keynote speech in the vast Palazzo …

Intel dives into wearables with new smartwatch and headset devices

Intel wants to prove that it's not just a PC company anymore.<p>As the world has shifted to devices for people on the go, the company is trying to make sure it keeps apace with the market. Chief Executive Brian Krzanich on Monday introduced a bevy of wearable related technology at the Consumer …

Internet of Things

Martian Notifier watch uses custom vibration patterns to signal what app's bugging you

Martian Watches is back at CES this year, bringing with it a new semi-smartwatch in the company's traditional timepiece style. The Martian Notifier, as it's known, is a slight departure from previous efforts given it drops voice control -- the feature that's previously been the company's "hook" …

CES 2014: Sony shows off life logging app and kit

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The best wearables of CES 2014

Contributors:<p>Share Tweet<p><b>Share</b> The best wearables of CES 2014<p>share tweet Linkedin Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email<p>Wearable technology is in the midst of a transitional period, moving from fanciful, off-the-wall ideas to more refined products for the real world. CES 2014 provides a snapshot on how far …

Italian Google Glass competitor GlassUp shows off first prototype

Venice-based GlassUp today unveiled its first augmented reality glasses prototype, an interesting combination of Google Glass and a more conventional heads-up display. Most importantly, GlassUp projects an image onto a lens in front of you, and not on a prism up and to the right of your field of …

CubeSensors Brings Health And Comfort Monitoring To The Whole Home

In the future, your home will know you just as well as your smartphone does. The era of the connected smart home is upon us, and that all starts with sensors.<p>CubeSensors, a competitor in our CES 2014 Hardware Battlefield, is looking to help you track the health and comfort levels in your home the …

The best watches of CES 2014

Contributors:<p>Share Tweet<p><b>Share</b> The best watches of CES 2014<p>share tweet Linkedin Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email<p>Wearables came out in force for CES this year, and, naturally, watches are at the forefront of this still-growing mode of computing. New-and-improved devices like the Pebble Steel are leading …

CES 2014: Why wearable technology is the new dress code

If you laid all the wristbands, smartwatches and head-mountable cameras at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) end to end, they would probably run the length of the Las Vegas strip, where the show is in full swing.<p>But what the firms showing off "wearable" technologies this year would …

Polar's latest wearable wants to be more than just a sports watch

When we brought you the news concerning Polar's V800 a few days ago, we were impressed that it would replace both a running watch and an activity tracker. But when we spoke to the company's representatives here at CES, it seems that there's a bigger target to aim for. Polar is currently working on …

CES gets weird: Scenes from the show floor

Now that more of the show floor is open, the booths, the demos and other strange happenings are on display

Click! Pivothead Smart Colfax glasses put a camera on your face (pictures)

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Gear & Gadgets

Always-on meMini camera wants to prevent lost moments

LAS VEGAS -- The meMini wearable camera wants to help capture those spontaneous moments that tend to get lost unless you happen to have a CCTV pointed at you.<p>Meant to be clipped on to clothing and left on, the $249 meMini is always recording. When something interesting happens, you simply press the …

Cameras

GlassUp puts your personal HUD right on the lens (pictures)

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Gear & Gadgets