Garmin Launches Golf Activity Tracker

Garmin has launched the Approach X40, a golf band that combines daily activity and heart rate tracking, with pre-loaded golf data for roughly 40,000 international courses. The X40 measures distances to the front, middle...

Send Photos, Emojis With New LinkedIn Messaging

LinkedIn has begun rolling out a new messaging system that lets users send photographs, as well as emojis, stickers and GIFs, in a chat-like interface. Users will also able to easily reference the last...

HP Machines Will Sport Bang & Olufsen Audio

HP devices will now sport Bang & Olufsen audio as part of a collaboration between the two companies. The first HP personal computing systems with Bang & Olufsen and B&O PLAY audio will be available this spring.

Lytro Opens World’s First Light Field Imaging Studio

Lytro has launched a light field imaging studio in the fashion district of Tokyo, Japan. This is the world's first such studio says the company, and provides visitors an opportunity to interact with...

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Will Have Eye-Tracking

Assassin's Creed Rogue, the new installment in the multimillion dollar Assassin's Creed franchise, will feature integrated eye-tracking input in its PC version. This makes it the world's first AAA game to...

Microsoft Unveils Windows Holographics, HoloLens Headets

Microsoft is getting into the virtual reality space with its just-announced HoloLens, a holographic computer enabled by Windows 10. The head-mounted HoloLens display is expected to be compatible with Xbox One gaming consoles. The Redmond giant...

New Nintendo 3DS XL Launches This February

A 'new' Nintendo 3DS XL system will launch in the U.S. on Feb. 13, says Nintendo. The revamped edition of the console was launched by the company last year, but not yet available...

Intel Launches New Microcontroller For Wearable Computing

Intel is launching a microcontroller the size of a button. The announcement was made by CEO Brian Krzanich during his keynote speech at CES 2015 in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The...

All Samsung Devices To Be IoT-Enabled In Five Years

Consumer electronics giant Samsung is betting heavily on the Internet of Things (IoT). To begin with, the company is investing $100 million on the development community in the coming months. The...

Highlights: Samsung Consumer Electronics CEO Boo-Keun Yoon’s CES 2015 Keynote

"The most important topic for our industry right now is Internet of Things (IoT), " said Boo-Keun Yoon, president and CEO, Consumer Electronics, with Samsung, delivering his keynote speech at CES 2015, currently under...

Lockmaker Yale Unveils NFC Residential Locks

Yale is launching residential locks with near field communication (NFC) technology. The new deadbolts replace conventional keys with digital keys instead, which are accessed through an app for NFC-equipped Android mobile devices. The mobile app lets homeowners unlock...

New Misfit Fitness Trackers Use Swarovski Crystals, Solar Cells

Misfit has launched a Swarovski Shine lineup of activity trackers, featuring Swarovski crystals. The devices include a violet Swarovski Shine that utilizes energy harvesting technology, lettings users expose the wearable device to light to keep it charged. The two devices track steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep quality. The collection will be available this spring.

AT&T Launches Commercial Support For WebRTC

AT&T has launched commercial support for Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) via its AT&T Enhanced WebRTC API; the first US carrier to do so, according to the company. The WebRTC standard, which is already enabled...

New Samsung SUHD TVs Will Have 64 Times Color Of Regular TVs

Consumer electronics giant Samsung is launching a lineup of SUHD TVs, the company announced at a press event in CES on Monday. Samsung did not specify what the 'S' actually stands...

LG To Unveil 21:9 Gaming Monitor With FreeSync

LG will introduce the world's first 21:9 gaming monitor compatible with AMD FreeSync technology at CES this year, says the company. The UltraWide Gaming Monitor is the company's first 21:9 monitor specifically developed...