Nerve stimulation to treat neurological conditions has been around for the last five decades, but lack of knowledge about its use in part led to the rise in the national opioid epidemic, members of a CES panel said Tuesday.
You can wear them. You can stretch them. You can even dangle from them.
If you’ve ever dreamed of making quality cheese at home without the fuss, the Fromaggio may be for you.
Tinkerbell. Santa Claus. Those were just some of the appearances made at CES in Las Vegas in the Innovation and Gaming Hall.
Efelya was created to help pregnant women monitor their potential health risks after co-founder Florine Duplessis battled her own high-risk pregnancy.
Sony’s robot dog Aibo appeared at CES 2019, the second time the canine with artificial intelligence has graced the Las Vegas conference.
It isn’t exactly the robo-boxers of “Real Steel.” Or the Schwarzenegger-related terrors unleashed by Skynet.
There’s relaxing. Then there’s relaxing in a Lamborghini massage chair.
Las Vegas loves the Consumer Electronics Show. And to show that love, these local restaurants, bars and clubs are offering CES specials to welcome conventioneers.
Nikon Inc. is showcasing its new Z6 and Z7 digital cameras at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas has plenty of places to enjoy a cocktail or some other adult beverage after a long day on the CES floor. Some however, are more distinctive than others.
Review-Journal reporters are spread out across multiple venues to bring you the latest news from the tech industry’s largest convention.
The club welcomed more than 600 CES attendees, offering a free drinks — up to $18 (with Strip prices in full effect) — for the first 500 to enter the club.