The trackpad may well dominate the land of the mouse in the laptop world, but with the few people who still have desktops, optical and laser mice reign supreme. Is there any room for something else?
Quadcopters and their drone siblings are often seen as little more than toys, and it’s an area smaller companies not known for making drones don’t compete well in, but Kaiser Baas is still going to give it a good thwack.
Microsoft’s first fitness-friendly golf-tracking Band 2 smart band has a lot going for it, but the name isn’t one of those things.
Kensington’s little lock connector may go a long way to making sure no one can steal your laptop, but now that we carry so many gadgets with us, it needs to be on more than just the computer.
Modem routers need not be chunky things, and Netgear intends to prove it, letting us play with its Nighthawk X4S, a network device designed to keep the speeds up with the size down. Does it pull it off?
When it comes to GPS watches, the majority of devices that tend to pass by our desks tend to be about tracking distance, but this is almost always about how far you travel. If you need to think about height, there’s now a watch for you.
Bang & Olufsen’s take on the portable speaker is one of the more interesting portables you’ll ever see simply because it’s like carrying around a box of sound. Literally.
As CES wraps up, the smaller stories are being picked up on, but one of the last stories isn’t small, but rather about small cables, with Belkin predicting big things for USB Type C.
Smartwatches are about to get a whole heap more bling now that Samsung plans to other leather and gold.
When robotics company released Sphero near the end of last year, it was practically a dream come true for any sci-fi nerd who wanted their very own Star Wars robot, but the droid will get even better this year.