The sensor-equipped Hapifork buzzes and lights up when you eat too fast, reminding you to slow down.
Also: a guy who says he can cure your dog's aches and pains using a cell phone and extraterrestrial technology. Holy crap, we love CES.
It's not going to replace your home outlet, but for campers or anyone who wants to venture a little bit off the grid, the Nectar fuel cell looks like a solid option.
Let's get this on the market like yesterday.
A super weird, rubbery non-Newtonian fluid that could be the next great material to protect your gadgets.
A buddy that makes playlists for you.
Fitness trackers need to get smart before they can really help us. And the Basis Band might be the first one to really get it. We spoke to Basis and got a little video demo for you guys at CES 2013.
Including e-medicine pods, a 4K tablet, Audi's self-driving car and more
It picks you up when you're ready to leave your hotel.
The Kickstarter-funded Oculus Rift reminds us that virtual reality can be truly mind-blowing.
An international glimpse into the future.
Canon is showcasing a new version of the PowerShot N at CES, and it is ahhhh-dorable. The refreshed compact camera has a squarish form with rounded edges and checks in at about 3 inches by 2.4 inches by 1.2 inches, making it almost smartphone-sized. The best part: It's button-free. You control it using a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen and a pair of rings around the camera's lens. It'll be available for $300 in February. More at Pop Photo.
A goofy gaming tablet with detachable joysticks ends up being a damned impressive Windows 8 machine.
Everyone's freaking out about 4K at this year's CES. Here's what it is, and why you should (and should not) care.
The better, stronger, faster, 15th-anniversary edition robotics kit