The rain has finally stopped in Las Vegas, so we’re back out here for another day of gadgets, tech, smartphones, robots, and best of all, cars. Our reporters are meeting up with a ton of car companies for their rides of the year, so stick around for a first look at the future of transportation here at CES 2018.
A glimpse of 2030
Aibo is a very good robot dog
Without needing Alexa, Google Assistant, or even games
The most satisfying way to get Slack notifications
Latest update connects SYNC with the popular traffic app
It’s a stunning technical feat, but it’s too big and cumbersome to catch on with mainstream consumers
Coming... sometime in the next six months
Hey, Mercedes. What about Alexa and Google?
Two hours of CE-mess
The Vive Pro is an attractive wireless gaming headset. So what does that mean for the future of Oculus’ Santa Cruz prototype?
‘Do we really need that second car?’
A tiny coach in your ear
Speeds of up to 1867 Mbps, when the global internet speed is around 20 Mbps
Roku TVs and even Android TV are enjoying more momentum in Las Vegas.
The $80 Rival 600 also has removable interior weights for further customization
A redesigned mobile app and Hue’s first outdoor lighting products are coming, too