As technology caters to an ever-younger crowd, developers are creating new tools for infants and their parents, and even aiming at the yet-to-be born.
The array of products featured at the Consumer Electronics Show flowed into all aspects of modern life—even freshening up happy hour.
Emerging technology is giving new hope for the handicapped, and harnessing brainwaves for the physically disabled and helping the visually impaired with "artificial vision" are just the start.
Here are some key highlights of the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show, which concluded Sunday:
The Nokia mobile phone is coming back.
The smartphone continues to change the world a decade after the debut of the iPhone, even as Apple is under pressure to come up with a new wonder.
Hoverboards are aiming for a comeback after a series of debacles and recalls for the quirky wheeled personal transport devices.
Virtual reality sought its stride Friday at the Consumer Electronics Show, where despite being a hot topic there was little sign it is racing into mainstream culture.
Amazon's virtual assistant Alexa is emerging as one of the big winners at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, cropping up in TVs, cars, fridges—you name it—in what may signal a breakthrough moment for the smart technology.
The Latest at CES gadget show in Las Vegas (all times local):