The world’s biggest technology trade show is easing its rules on sex products but will ban scantily-clad booth workers, as it looks to be more inclusive following a sexism row.
A sex toy company has been reinstated as the winner of a robotics prize at this year’s CES technology trade show after being stripped of the award.
Every year the technology industry gathers in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), an event that often sets the agenda for the coming 12 months.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has drawn to a close in Las Vegas.
CES, the biggest trade show in the technology calendar, has come to a close in Las Vegas after a week of flexible screens, robots and driverless cars.
CES is the biggest technology show in the world but there has been one glaring absence since 1992 – Apple.
Artificial intelligence (AI) was at the centre of the world’s largest technology show but must not be used as a “buzzword” to gain attention instead of driving innovation, an industry expert has warned.
The technology on display at CES increasingly involves cars and other vehicles, with the gadget show becoming ever more diverse in the products showcased as a result.
Faster download speeds and more reliable connections are just some of the benefits mobile users should expect once 5G networks begin to take shape.
This year’s technology trade show CES has been described as the start of the 5G era of mobile technology.
Cat treadmills and artificial intelligence-powered tractors and combine harvesters are among the latest devices to get people talking on the show floor of CES.
BlackBerry boss John Chen has hailed the company’s resurgence after moving away from smartphone manufacturing.
A female sex toy company has accused technology show CES of gender bias after claiming it was awarded and then stripped of a prize at the convention.
The world’s first foldable-screen smartphone and a robot that teaches people to play table tennis have been among the eye-catching attractions on display as the CES tech show opened in Las Vegas.
Autonomous and low-emission vehicles are one of the UK motor industry’s “greatest strengths”, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said during his visit to technology show CES.
Incidents of drones being used to disrupt airports will not stop until technology to better control rogue devices is more widely used, an industry expert has said.
Google Assistant will soon be able to automatically check users into flights and reply to text messages from user voice commands, the tech giant has announced.
A smart countertop oven that is able to identify the type of food placed inside and cook it at the best temperature and time has been revealed by Whirlpool.
The world’s largest technology trade show begins when the doors of CES open on Tuesday, where thousands of new devices and technologies will be on display to the public for the first time.
Sony has created a new form of audio technology it says recreates the feeling of listeners being surrounded by music on all sides.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has defended his visit to a technology show in the US despite ongoing political turmoil in the UK over Brexit, saying it was “absolutely the time to be here”.
Samsung has pledged to take its plans for the smart home and connected living to the “next level” in 2019 as the firm unveiled a range of assistive robots and new smart appliances.
Samsung sprung a surprise ahead of the CES technology show by announcing a new TV partnership with long-standing rivals, Apple.
An autonomous robot that can mix, proof and bake bread on its own is among the gadgets on show at the world’s biggest technology show.
Some of the world’s biggest technology companies will gather in Las Vegas next week to unveil their latest innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Alongside the robots, drones and smart home devices that dominated the agenda at CES was one of the world’s technology giants trying to make a big statement – Google wants you to use Google Assistant.
First there was HD, followed by FullHD, then UltraHD and now prepare yourself for whatever those marketing geniuses come up with to describe 8K televisions that look to be coming our way.
The headlines at technology shows such as CES are almost always the gadgets that offer the brightest colours or loudest sounds.
Beyond the main halls of CES is where the tech on show tends to get a bit more outlandish, and frankly more bizarre.
Fleets of light-carrying drones could replace fireworks as traditional entertainment, according to the boss of Intel’s drone group.