The Mojo Vision Lens, which projects text, image and video information overlays onto your field of vision, captured the Last Gadget Standing prize Tuesday evening at CES 2021.
In separate votes, the LVCVA board approved operating agreements for the Las Vegas Monorail and Elon Musk’s underground people-mover projects at the Convention Center.
Expect to see a sweeping consumer data privacy law passed by Congress over the next several years, senior executives at three big tech firms said Tuesday at CES 2021.
Workers spent more than 4 million hours working on the $987.1 million expansion that broke ground in early 2018 and was finished in time for CES 2021 had it come here.
New products include training aids, a collar that helps you discern your best friend’s emotions
Innovation is expected to continue with plenty of new fitness tech and gadgets spotlighted during CES 2021.
Despite a global pandemic, Pepcom’s virtual technology showcase event brought a wow factor Monday with 55 brands displaying their latest products.
The presence of accessibility devices on the CES 2021 showroom floor has grown in recent years and is expected to play a large role in the show’s first-ever digital showcase.
The 2021 CES was kicked off Monday with an opening keynote address from Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg, who explained what 5G technology can do for entertainment.
Consumers accustomed to minimal contact will likely want those options post-pandemic, industry experts say.
Artificial intelligence already exists in Las Vegas’ hotel-casinos, and its use across resort operations is likely to expand in coming years.
Ease of use, compatibility and health concerns drive home tech.
Disruptions in supply chain logistics has been a pain point for brands and consumers during the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s a topic being discussed at CES on Tuesday.
Illuminarium Experiences, an experiential entertainment brand, announced at CES 2021 that it has partnered with Osaka-based Panasonic to launch technology-driven custom entertainment venues, including one planned in Las Vegas.
Intel’s senior vice president expects autonomous vehicles will be ready for consumers in less than five years.