Home » Latest Technology » We’re live-blogging Kaz Hirai’s CES keynote, don’t miss it!

We’re live-blogging Kaz Hirai’s CES keynote, don’t miss it!

         
Post Thumbnail

It’s crazy, yes, but CES 2014 is only just beginning. Though we’ve been on the ground for two days already, the show floor is officially opening tomorrow. To kick things off, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai will …

Post Thumbnail

Have you been bummed for the last month because Eye-Fi’s desktop receiver for its Mobi card was Windows-only? Well you can now rest easy: The company has just announced the Mac version of the …

Post Thumbnail

Most of what we tend to see from Korg involves the creation of new sounds, but the firm’s just announced its new AudioGate USB DAC that promises to improve the audio files you already have. There’s …

Post Thumbnail

For months, Snapchat ignored a security team’s request to address a couple of security holes. That changed when SnapchatDB! posted users’ partially obscured phone numbers, reportedly to raise …

Post Thumbnail

3D Systems is hitting this CES like a steamroller. A few months after releasing the Sense handheld 3D scanner, the company’s offering up yet another peripheral for creating 3D models. This time out, …

Post Thumbnail

Like you, we’ve dreamt about owning one of those industrial rapid prototyping machines since the first time we saw one in action. Of course, certain financial and real estate realities have made …

Post Thumbnail

Be honest: This is the moment you’ve been waiting for — at least since 3D Systems picked up Sugar Lab a few months back and quite probably even longer. It’s the chance to print yourself and the …

Post Thumbnail

IOGEAR may’ve departed from the all-black styling we’re used to this year, but it hasn’t been able to dream up anything sexier than another utilitarian title for its latest matrix switcher. The …

Post Thumbnail

Even though Rezence is poised to become a wireless charging competitor to Qi, it isn’t the only rival in town. WiTriCity has been in the cordless electricity biz since at least 2007 — having …

Post Thumbnail

After months of waiting, we were pretty psyched to finally get our hands on the final version of One Laptop Per Child’s first consumer-facing device, first announced this time last year. The …

Post Thumbnail

Lexar has just announced new CompactFlash cards using the CFast 2.0 SATA tech format to greatly improve speeds and maybe steal back some thunder from SDHC. The cards, ranging in size from 32GB to …

Post Thumbnail

Ever thought your furniture was missing something? Perhaps some… speakers? ION Audio has seen this terrible oversight and promptly corrected it with its Sound Lounge Bluetooth speaker… ottoman? …

Post Thumbnail

Fancy yourself Nadal or Nole’s equal? We feel safe assuming you aren’t, but Sony’s new tennis sensor, revealed at CES 2014, wants to help you analyze your game to get you ready for the ATP tour… …

Post Thumbnail

If you laid out a mere £135 in the UK for a Moto G sans contract, you now have another reason to feel smug: your handset is the first to get KitKat in Britain, apart from Google’s Nexus …

Post Thumbnail

Audi teased us with concept drawings of its Sport Quattro Laserlight months ago, and tonight it decided to show off the vehicle in the flesh (or metal and carbon fiber) at CES. Before we wax about …

Post Thumbnail

Last night, director Michael Bay made an abrupt stage exit during Samsung’s day zero CES press conference. It was awkward, but little more than a square of toilet paper on the bottom of a tennis …

Post Thumbnail

Because everyone loves a gadget that vibrates when you’re doing something wrong. Following last year’s LUMOback, which vibrates when it detected bad posture, the folks at BodyTech are back with yet …

Post Thumbnail

We got details for Garmin’s Fitbit competitor, the Vivofit, earlier today and now we’ve had a chance to wrap the thing around our dainty wrists. Garmin tells us the fitness tracker/watch that tells …

Post Thumbnail

Ex-Oppo exec Pete Lau has just announced that his new company OnePlus will partner with Cyanogen on its first smartphone, which will be called the “OnePlus One.” He and Cyanogen’s Steve Kondik …

Post Thumbnail

Basis’ new fitness band, dubbed the Carbon Steel Edition, is much more comfortable than the original. And that’s not just me parroting the company’s marketing materials: I’ve been testing the …

Post Thumbnail

These are all still early stages pieces of hardware, so let’s just get that right out of the way. Even the “most final” of the three DreamTab slates Fuhu was showing off at tonight’s Pepcom event in …

Post Thumbnail

It’s true that we had some misgivings about calling Yuneec’s 13.9 pound E-Go skateboard “light,” but that certainly doesn’t apply here. Enticed by a PR rep’s invitation to, “go ahead, pick it up,” …

Post Thumbnail

We haven’t seen the smart lock since June, and in that time Goji’s been getting busy. Its added three new features to the “electronic deadbolt”: a proximity sensor, accelerometer and Zigbee, which …

Post Thumbnail

Love Blu-ray? Kinda dig watching them with beefy sound? Then you’ll love the TV Surround Base from Philips, we’re sure. Made from wood, which the company claims offers better acoustics, the TV Base …

Post Thumbnail

Sure, we’ve seen a number of electric skateboards out there, but we certainly won’t be turning down the chance to check out one more anytime soon. According to its creators, the E-Go Cruiser is the …

Post Thumbnail

Remember that combo Android / Windows 8.1 tablet that we spoke about briefly, earlier today? Well, it’s just dual-booted its way into our hearts here at CES. Those initial pictures weren’t really …

Post Thumbnail

All of our favorite TV shows, accessible anywhere, anytime? That’s what we can expect if the prototype DVR TiVo is showing off at CES ever actually launches. Intended as a service that your local …

Post Thumbnail

Garmin’s been on a real heads-up display kick as of late. Back in September, the company showed off a bit of dash-mounted hardware for $150 a pop. Now the navigation giant’s looking, ahem, ahead a …

Post Thumbnail

Here at CES 2014, it’s all 4K, all the time. Budget TV maker TCL has just revealed a curved, 55-inch 4K model of its own, claiming the arc angle is the same as your retina for a “truer picture that …

Post Thumbnail

If the idea of combining a Segway, a skateboard and a unicycle sounds like your idea of fun, you might want to check out the Onewheel. It uses gyros, accelerometers, proprietary algorithms and a …

Sony CES 2014 press event liveblog

Samsung CES 2014 press event liveblog

Are living from Intel’s CES 2014 press convention