CES 2012 is crazier than ever, and we're rounding up all the biggest and best news right here. And remember, you can keep track of everything that's going on at our CES 2012 hub!P.S. A big thanks to our friends at BorrowLenses.com for hooking us up with lens rental once again this year — that's why we took so many pretty pictures.
Impressions of Samsung's prototype Smart Window technology.
AMD's next generation of Accelerated Processing Units, Trinity, was shown off to us at CES this year with an impressive multithreaded workload.
Matt McRae, CTO of Vizio, believes that a full internet TV provider that offers 50-100 channels to consumers will launch within 12-18 months.
Nilay Patel from The Verge sits down with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski to talk about SOPA, Reddit, smart TV, and LTE interoperability.
The best ultrabooks from CES 2012.
Matias Duarte has just dropped by our trailer at CES 2012 to tell us about Google's new effort in ensuring consistency in the Android user experience: a style guide.
Google's director of Android user experience Matias Duarte just stopped by The Verge trailer here at CES to make a special announcement, and we've decided to try something new — we're streaming the interview live. We'll be kicking things off in just a moment, and Matias will be taking viewer questions for a while after the announcement.
Ultrabooks, smart TVs, Android, and Justin Bieber — just regular CES stuff
The Verge CES 2012 SuperSession: arguing the future with Drew Bamford, Ryan Bidan, and Aaron Woodman
CES is a show about the future of technology, so what better way to celebrate it than with a roundtable discussion about what that future will hold?
On our way out of the CES floor tonight, we happened upon a gleeful scene: representatives from Parrot, maker of the AR.Drone 2.0, decided to have a little impromptu dance alongside their flying quadrocopters.
A video demo of Skyrim being played on the Eee Pad Transformer Prime Android tablet via the Splashtop THD remote desktop app.
Josh interviews Aaron Woodman about Windows Phone at CES 2012.
Kopin and Motorola's Golden-i is a wearable PC designed for the enterprise, controlled completely by voice and gesture input.
Behringer's iNuke boom is a giant iPhone dock. It's pretty silly.
Here's your first look at a tablet running Intel's 32nm Clover Trail processor and Windows 8
Google TV product manager Rishi Chandra: 'Android is going to be a successful operating system on TVs'
We caught up with Google TV product manager Rishi Chandra to talk about what's going on with the platform, how Google's going to succeed this time around, and what he thinks of other Android-based TVs like the Lenovo K91.
We just spent some time with LG's Smart TV with Google TV — it's the company's first TV running the Android-based OS, and it's added some interesting twists to the usual formula.
We take a first look at the Lenovo K800, the first Intel-powered phone.
Amazon is UltraViolet's first retail partner; Samsung offering disc-to-digital on 2012 Blu-Ray players
UltraViolet announced a few big new partnerships that should give the fledgling digital distribution system a big boost. Amazon is the first official retail partner, while Samsung will offer disc-to-digital features in its 2012 Blu-Ray players.
We saw Razer's Core i7 winged gaming tablet under glass just over an hour ago, but here's Project Fiona in the flesh!
We get to grips with Nokia's first Windows Phone for the American market: the Lumia 900.
We sit down for an intimate chat with Nokia's leading man
iRobot dropped by the trailer today with its Ava robotics platform prototype, and Paul Miller spent some quality time with the robot.
A wristwatch running a modified version of Android 1.6, the I'm watch has a 240 x 240 screen and should last about a day on a single charge, depending on use.