CNET Editors'

MUST-SEE AT CES

The good and the bad, the amazing and the weird. From stunning booths and strange pitches to exciting (or misguided) new tech, look here for the stories, products, and events you need to know about at CES 2014.

  • CES In Depth: The final word

    Brian Cooley and Donald Bell sum up the key themes and products of CES 2014, offering a crash course on what mattered most.

FRIDAY'S PICKS

  • LG Lifeband Touch LG Lifeband Touch

    LG's first entry into wearable tech looks a lot like other smart bands. But the Lifeband feels practical and very health-oriented.

    WEARABLE TECH
  • 360-degree action camcorder is awesome 360-degree action camcorder is awesome

    The Geonaute has three cameras to capture panoramic videos that can be viewed on an iPad.

    CAMERAS
  • Zonoff helps Staples step into the smart home Zonoff helps Staples step into the smart home

    Staples Connect will launch supporting perhaps the largest curated ecosystem of smart home devices.

    SMART HOME
  • Sony's 4K camcorder Sony's 4K camcorder

    Sony's Handycam FDR-AX100 is a relatively inexpensive model that will appeal to indie videographers and folks who've taken the UltraHD TV plunge and want more 4K content.

    CAMERAS
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (32GB, Wi-Fi, black) Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (32GB, Wi-Fi, black)

    Along with the new Galaxy TabPro line, Samsung's new NotePro makes a significant step toward the company leaving behind the traditional Android interface in favor of something more graphical and immediate.

    TABLETS
  • Whirlpool envisions the home of the future Whirlpool envisions the home of the future

    A lot of smart appliances we've seen have a high novelty factor but aren't practical. That's why we're intrigued by Whirlpool's CES lineup, which features innovative concepts that are supposedly designed for simplicity.

    SMART HOME
  • Crock-Pot WeMo Smart Slow Cooker Crock-Pot WeMo Smart Slow Cooker

    Belkin rolls WeMo smarts into Crock-Pot slow cooker.

    SMART APPLIANCES
  • Panasonic's prototype 4K LED boasts 'plasma-like' picture Panasonic's prototype 4K LED boasts 'plasma-like' picture

    Panasonic has demonstrated a prototype 4K LED TV that it claims delivers pictures as good as the best plasmas ever made. Read CNET's "eyes-on."

    TELEVISIONS

THURSDAY'S PICKS

WEDNESDAY'S PICKS

TUESDAY'S PICKS

  • Sony introduces PlayStation Now for game streaming Sony introduces PlayStation Now for game streaming

    Sony's PlayStation Now will stream PS3 games to the PS4, PS3, Vita, and 2014 Bravia TVs initially, and both rental and subscription plans will be available when it launches this summer.

    GAMING
  • Audi A7 does the driving for you Audi A7 does the driving for you

    Audi gave CNET a demonstration of its autonomous vehicle technology, which it calls Piloted Driving.

    CARS
  • Mayer's newsy Yahoo event: More stars and media, less tech Mayer's newsy Yahoo event: More stars and media, less tech

    CEO Marissa Mayer puts Yahoo's mission to entertain front and center, dedicating the largest portion of time to forthcoming news projects and performances by SNL comics and John Legend.

    EVENTS
  • Valve's Steam Machines threaten gaming status quo Valve's Steam Machines threaten gaming status quo

    Consoles beware: with huge players like Alienware and Falcon Northwest onboard, the diverse and low-cost Steam Machines unveiled at CES put Valve in place to pull off its revolution.

    GAMING
  • Kolibree's crazy, connected toothbrush Kolibree's crazy, connected toothbrush

    Billed as the world's first connected toothbrush, Kolibree's new device lets users keep exact track, through its mobile app, of how they brush their teeth.

    GADGETS
  • Face-on with the Avegant Glyph retinal display Face-on with the Avegant Glyph retinal display

    The Glyph is intended as mobile display headgear, for use with your movies, games, and whatever else you'd need a display for. It's not augmented-reality -- or even virtual reality, really -- but it does display 3D content.

    FUTURE TECH
  • Asus hybrid runs Android and Windows 8.1 Asus hybrid runs Android and Windows 8.1

    Asus is getting increasingly literal about their Transformer tablet line-up. The Transformer Book Duet TD300 doesn't sing literature to you but it does offer a bevy of options for converting it into the device you need.

    COMPUTERS
  • Doc Brown appears in his DeLorean at CES Doc Brown appears in his DeLorean at CES

    In character as Doctor Emmett Brown from "Back to the Future," actor Christopher Lloyd arrived at CES 2014 in his iconic time-traveling vehicle from the film.

    EVENTS

MONDAY'S PICKS

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