ces 2015

CES 2015 is now over. With journalists and tech companies alike now escaping the Nevada desert all that remains is for us
Toshiba have made a bid for the 'most horrifying new tech' award at this year's CES, by unveiling a robot geisha. The android
Imagine if you will, the excitement that must have been caused when Gibson's execs realised that their drunken plan to build
Tech Editor Michael Rundle finds the 'unhackable' gadget makers fighting a rear-guard defence against the all-encompassing
On the second day of CES the tech gods saw the swathes of hot, aggravated journalists slowly getting nowhere and decided
Above: Yoon Boo-Keun, president and co-chief executive officer of Samsung Electronics Co outlines his vision for the internet
For one week, CES is home to every technological innovation under the sun. The good, the bad and the downright odd. While
Sony's CEO Kazuo Hirai has spoken out about the Sony Pictures hack that was prompted by 'The Interview' and resulted in one
CES 2015 is now fully underway with the self-tightening belts now out of the way, the major tech companies have hit the floor
Virtually next door we meet the Melomind, a brain measuring device which aims to enable users to learn to meditate and relax