If you're a fan of Fruit Ninja, you're going to need a bigger basket if you're going to CES.
An event as massive as the annual Consumer Electronics Show is bound to make more than a few people feel lost in a sea of fellow circuit heads. Mashable has your back.
As we close in to the opening days of the Consumer Electronics Show, rumors are flying through the air like so much cold spaghetti in a college commons' food fight.
If you're the kind of busy person to whom dodging and deflecting bullets is a common occurrence, you're in luck.
If you have ever been in the market for a giant movie theater sized television and chances are you can afford one, you might want to get on a plane to Las Vegas later this month.
The most famous cheating device in video game history will make its triumphant return to the masses at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Home 3D television technology hasn't made the leaps and bounds that many in the industry hoped it would, but one area that is seriously lacking are the glasses. Sure they allow you to watch big screen movies in theater quality from the comfort of your favorite chair, but the glasses are bulky, cumbersome and could make George Clooney look like a...
Being able to watch the big game from your favorite chair while pausing, rewinding and recording it live with one remote is enough magic for most TV watchers. LG Electronics claims that they have managed to inject more magic into the traditional TV remote.
Nintendo's Wii hasn't been a big contender in the console wars for awhile, but they are finally starting to return some fire starting with 2012's CES.
Ever since the late Steve Jobs unveiled Apple's groundbreaking iPad, the rest of the technology giants have been scrambling to find the elusive "iPad killer" that can put the touch screen giant in a tiny, handheld coffin. This year's Consumer Electronic Show will be no exception.