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Sony talks up 4K content at CES

Consumers may be slow to adapt to Ultra HD TVs, but Sony executives say there's plenty of programming to enjoy on the higher-resolution sets.

Meet Induct Navia, the first self-driving vehicle

You heard right: It can drive itself on a programmed route, stop for crossing pedestrians, and come when you call it from a smartphone app. Check out our video, it’s pretty adorable.

Dish presents its latest wares at CES 2014

Meet Joey, a tuner add-on for Dish's hopper set-top box. That was just one of the announcements that Dish made at its CES press conference.

Intel shows off RealSense technology

The chipmaker hopes that the addition of integrated, motion-detecting cameras will help re-invigorate its PC market.

GlassUp smartglasses: A more tasteful, simplified take on wearable face tech

They're still in a prototype stage, but these smartglasses give you a fighting chance of not being called a glasshole when you wear them in public.

The BMW i3 electric car mixes virtue and fun

Most electric vehicles are sedate econoboxes. Would the i3 be like them, or could it aspire to Tesla-level celebrity? We floored it to find out.

Yahoo's CES 2014 keynote: A new focus on content

Yahoo’s loss to Google in the search engine wars was already quite evident before the 2014 International CES, but CEO Marissa Mayer revealed a new focus for the company during her Tuesday keynote at the tech trade show.

The iPot takes its cooking cues from your smartphone

Use your smartphone to tell the iPot exactly what to make, what cooking style to use, and how long to cook it for.

How to shoot and share slo-mo video on your iPhone 5s

If you haven’t yet played around with Apple’s slo-mo feature on the iPhone 5s, now’s a perfect time to start. Here’s how to shoot slo-mo video, preview it on your own device, and share it with others.

Pioneer's Cycling Sports system gives serious cyclists serious data

What would you do with 199 different metrics about your bike ride? If you're salivating over the possibilities, Pioneer's Cycling Sports line of gear might be for you.