2015 CES

With more than 3,500 exhibitors, the International Consumer Electronics Show is the world’s biggest consumer technology convention. This year’s event takes place from January 6-9 in Las Vegas. Below are the latest news from this year’s event and coverage from 2014.

Tech groups look for next big thing

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Techies challenged to invent breakout apps for internet of things

Hands on at CES 2015

Tim Bradshaw grapples with reality behind hype of ‘internet of things’

Deezer buys Muve Music to tap US market

Paris-based streaming service hopes deal will fuel expansion

FCC chair speaks out on net neutrality

Tom Wheeler’s comments at CES suggest he believes in equal access

GoPro expansion to focus on China

Camera group looks to reduce its reliance on US market


What blows your mind: brain-zapper or new kettle?

CES shows the internet of things will avoid revolution

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Apple’s Watch faces attack of the clones

Chinese competitors exhibit knock-off devices at CES

PC groups focus on innovation

Older companies seek to stay relevant as mobile devices dominate

Motorola returns to China’s phone market

Strategic shift follows mobile maker’s sale to Lenovo

Google and Samsung enter smart TV duel

CES announcements intensify battle over ‘internet of things’

US regulator warns tech groups on privacy

Better protections needed as ‘internet of things’ expands

Daimler reveals self-drive Mercedes

Latest driverless car illustrates marriage between motors and technology

Sony chief condemns ‘vicious’ cyber attack

Hirai defends freedom of speech in first comments since hacking

Samsung looks to future after tough year

S Korean group counting on ‘internet of things’ for new growth

Techies race to grab carmakers’ attention

Auto groups negotiating with innovators about adopting ideas

Gadget groups seek devices to fuel sales

Smartphones slowdown fuelling search for innovation

Start-ups look to sharpen VR picture

CES expected to showcase advances in virtual reality technology

Electronics show looks beyond the geeks

Challenge for CES 2015 exhibitors is to prove mass-market appeal

CES 2014

Motor shows take back seat to tech expos

Manufacturers are turning to electronics events for big launches

The spam that came in through the cold

Hackers exploiting internet-connected fridges and TVs

Devices to enhance your smartphone

Gadgets that improve power, connectivity and usability

Nest Labs deal gives Google ‘smart home’ edge

The $3.2bn purchase adds to its collection of hardware businesses

AT&T leads charge into ‘connected’ cars

‘Car is becoming a smartphone on wheels’

Throw off the high-tech bracelets

We ask too much of technology and too little of ourselves

CES showcases the must-have extras in the race to fitness