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With more than 3,600 exhibitors, this electronics show is the world’s biggest consumer technology convention. Several FT reporters attended this year’s event in Las Vegas providing comprehensive coverage of the latest gadgets and gizmos

After CES 2016: innovations to follow up

Ford is working to link home automation devices like Amazon Echo and Wink with its vehicles through Ford SYNC®, allowing consumers to control lights, thermostats and other home systems from their car and interact with their vehicle, including starting and unlocking it, from their home.

Show signals breakthroughs in VR, transport and wearables

Carmakers: A new direction of travel

The industry contemplates a future of driverless and shared vehicles

Hollywood looks to virtual reality

Studios could play big role in adoption of new technologies

Samsung’s selfie-taking fridge

The internet fridge of the future may finally arrive

Fitbit flop shows perils of hardware

Gadget makers can get caught by relentless demand for new products

Barra hails Chevy Bolt’s mass market pull

Vehicle cracks code of being ‘long range at an affordable price’

Ehang 184 drone

China’s Ehang builds drone to fly humans

Start-up’s vehicle still awaiting regulatory approval

Netflix launches in 130 new markets

Streaming website’s expansion is challenge to traditional media

Nielsen calls for new audience measures

Push for common TV-to-tablet metrics follows industry criticism

L'Oreal

CES 2016: L’Oréal moves into wearable tech

Beauty brand unveils internet-connected UV-sensing patch

CES 2016: VW turns to its hippy heritage

Electric van revealed as cloud of controversy over carmaker grows

Casio to map out new smartwatch territory

Group focuses on outdoor activities to steer clear of Apple Watch

CES 2016: Toyota poaches Google AI exec

Carmaker says robots could become its main business

CES 2016: Fitbit unveils smartwatch

Wearable tech leader faces competition from rivals outside sector

CES 2016: HTC tweaks VR headset

Company adds feature that lets users walk around entire room

Faraday reveals ‘sixth sense’ concept car

Chinese-backed start-up has sights set on outrunning Tesla

Ford chief maps out self-driving route

Mark Fields sees carmaker as a leader in autonomous vehicles

Tech sector eyes VR to fill sales gap

Smarthome items also in focus as legacy products like PCs slow

O2 to launch smart-home platform by summer

Access to plugs, cameras, alarms, locks and sensors on single service

Toyota snubs Apple and Google on tech

Use of Ford software latest sign of friction with Silicon Valley

GM and Lyft to develop driverless taxis

Several carmakers to reveal such initiatives this week

Oculus founder takes long-term view of VR

Luckey says technology will take years to develop

CES search is on for sales-driving gadget

Cars and VR poised to take up the slack as smartphone growth slips

CES 2015

Tech groups look for next big thing

Techies struggle to invent breakout apps for internet of things

Hands on at CES 2015

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