Live blog: T-Mobile at CES

T-Mobile John Legere really, really wants you to know that he’s different from other wireless carrier CEOs. We’ll see what he’s got up his sleeve at CES, right now.

CES 2013 Live-blog: Intel’s press event

Intel(s intc) has a packed room for its major press event at the International Consumer Electronics Show and I squeezed in with a few thousand of my closest friends to experience it. Follow along as I live blog the event and hear the news.

CES 2013

If it’s January, it’s time for CES, the largest gathering of the technology industry. Every year around this time, tech companies and…

MobileTechRoundup podcast 286: CES previewed

2012 wraps with a year-end mobile tech podcast that looks both forward and back. With hardware cycles advancing rapidly, neither host is expecting blockbuster news out of the Consumer Electronics Show. Matt is looking deeper into uses for NFC, while Kevin is addicted to TuneIn Radio.


At the annual Consumer Electronics Show, companies preview the mobile gadgets, connected TVs and media devices, green tech and other tech gadgets…

CES: Our Coverage In Pictures

This past week we’ve been covering the Consumer Electronics Show, reporting on everything from Apple’s quiet tablet competitors to the unpro…

VIDEO: Ford’s New Mobile App for Electric Cars In Action!

Ford’s Ed Pleet gives us a video demo of Ford’s new mobile app, MyFord Mobile, that will help drivers remotely manage energy consumption in the upcoming Ford Focus Electric vehicle. The software allows users to remotely monitor the car’s battery and plan trips around recharging stations.

The Ford Focus EV Will Be Here In 2011

Ford’s first consumer all-electric car, the Ford Focus Electric, will go on sale by the end of 2011. It’ll have a range of between 80 to 100 miles, a lithium ion battery from LG Chem, and a 3 to 4 hour charge time.

Why I Hate CES, and Why I’ll See You There

I really do hate CES. Not because I dislike gadgets or the saturation of CES stories in the media, but because I live in Las Vegas. Try getting a table at a restaurant in any Strip property anywhere. Or, better yet, don’t — you won’t succeed.

CES: Cisco Unveils TV Platform Videoscape

Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO) chairman/CEO John Chambers unveiled Videoscape, an ambitious new architecture for video that knits together the home netw…

Where to Watch the 2011 CES Live Online

What happens in Vegas doesn’t have to stay in Vegas: A number of companies are streaming their press conferences live online, and a bunch of tech news outlets produce live programming straight from the conference floor. Check out our live streaming calendar for all things CES.

Green Guide to CES 2011

Each year we’ve brought you the greener — and not so green — sides of the massive annual Consumer Electronics Show. In 2011 we’ll continue with the tradition. Here’s the green guide for what to see, do, complain about, watch for, and test out at CES 2011:

@ CES: Nokia’s Kallasvuo Talks Global Reach

Nokia (NYSE: NOK) CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo used his speech at the Consumer Electronics Show to say that the company was positioned to take a…

CES Wire: Yahoo, Netflix Get New Partners

— Lots of news from Yahoo’s Connected TV Group, which continues to be very active on the partnership front despite the recent departure of…

Early Surprises From CES

CES, the annual consumer electronics event, officially kicked off today in Las Vegas, with crowds up from last year’s recession-shocked show. And while tablets, 3DTV and new Android devices captured most of the headlines heading into the event, they weren’t the only action to be found.