While there were several Google TV products at CES last week, we're still not convinced it is the next big thing.
Near Field Communication (NFC) wasn't a big topic at the Consumer Electronics Show, but it's still going to be a big force.
Verizon is planning on bringing its TV service to TVs without needing to pay for a subscription.
Research in Motion is looking at new ways to stay relevant in a world where there's little room for Blackberry phones.
Sony's digital music platform is getting a big boost as it makes its way to the iPhone and iPad.
In addition to touting major hardware support at CES, Google TV is also getting new content partners.
Research in Motion chose CES to be the launching pad for the new version of its Playbook tablet OS.
This isn't your grandma's digital camera.
To enable anytime-anywhere connectivity on your Playstation Vita will cost from $15 to $25 per month.
In a new corporate spin, Google says Android is not fragmented - it's "differentiated."
Being able to control your TV by simply talking to it may be one of the differentiating trends at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
The Transformer Prime tablet has been upgraded to Android 4.0 a bit earlier than scheduled.
Despite being one of the biggest players in glasses-required 3D TVs, Sony is stepping outside the box.
The number of Xbox 360 consoles that have been sold is now over 66 million, Microsoft confirmed.
Emerging smartphone player Huawei has just introduced a phone that's about as slim as a piece of industrial urethane tape.
Amazon likes to talk about the power of the cloud, but here's something that also takes advantage of the power of the sun.
After being yanked from last year's show at the last minute, Google TV may be one of the big stories to come out of CES in 2012.
3D products and content, which had started to become the bread and butter of CES, will have a much more muddled showing this year.
From starring alongside a killer of nighttime villains to being appointed by the Consumer Electronics Association.
Calling it the world's largest 3D TV, LG plans to showcase an 84-inch "Ultra Definition" set at next month's Consumer Electronics Show.