A number of the world's biggest PC manufacturers have plans to build Amazon's Alexa into their suite of Windows 10-powered PCs. The move means that Alexa will continue its growth and continue to offer voice services to more and more people. It also means that Microsoft's Cortana has a serious competitor on those same machines.
CES 2018: Samsung 146-Inch MicroLED Modular TV, LG 65-Inch Rollable OLED TV, NVIDIA 65-Inch G-SYNC TV Announced
A number of big players in the technology game have taken the opportunity to show off some wonderfully innovative display technology at this year's First Look event at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Samsung, LG, and NVIDIA clearly mean business, which is evidenced by the wonderful and whacky products they have brought.
Kohler today took the wraps off something it is calling Kohler Konnect, a smart interface and cloud service that will act as the base for smart, Alexa-enabled bathroom products.
New report has revealed Samsung Galaxy S9 specs and features and also claims that the device will get its first public unveil at CES 2018.
Recently announced at CES 2017, Focalcrest's Mixtile Hub takes devices that use the ZigBee and Z-Wave protocols and gives them a way to interact as if they had HomeKit built right in.
Here's a list of new CarPlay and Android Auto aftermarket systems that have been announced this week at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
Honeywell has announced not just one, but two new indoor security cameras during this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Shown off for the first time during CES, Project Valerie is the gaming notebook to end all gaming notebooks. With three 17.3-inch screens and powered by an nVidia GeForce 1080 GPU, gamers would see a resolution of 11520x2160 from the machine's three 4K displays.
D-Link HomeKit-compatible Omna 180 Cam HD security camera has been made official at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. HomeKit support means consumers will be able to control the Omna 180 Cam HD with an iPhone or iPad, directly from Apple's iOS 10 Home app, and by using Siri.
NVIDIA is all set to bring high-end PC gaming to Mac and low-end PCs with its 'GeForce Now' cloud-based gaming service. Here's everything you need to know about it.