They promise a lot of what's new in user experience -- including a Siri-like voice interface and gesture recognition -- along with a treasured oldie.
Although a lot of buzz will come from CES, the hot new product doesn't always do so well in the real world. Here are three past "darlings" that didn't catch on.
LG Electronics will show off its organic LED monitor at CES, which could mean the technology is finally ready for prime time.
These people and technologies made headlines for all the wrong reasons.
From invisible tanks to radar that can see through walls, the GCN Lab's coverage this year points to some jaw-dropping technology developments in 2012.
Happy Birthday, Robert Noyce.
Nanotubes can be configured to create the blackest black, rendering an object invisible to radar or vision at night, researchers say. You wouldn't even be able to see Wonder Woman sitting inside.
The innovative architecture could lead to data-centric computing that allows massive amounts of data to be accessed in less than a billionth of a second.
It's an age-old debate (in the computing era, anyway), and there is a right answer.
Seizing the Web domains of counterfeit traffickers helps a little, but success against these criminals depends on a lot more.
Columbia University researchers say they've discovered a flaw in certain Hewlett-Packard printers that would let hackers take control of the devices, launch an attack or cause the printers to overheat.
The spell-check programs in word processors could learn a thing or two from Google's search engine.