New gadgets and home appliances that connect to the internet raise the threat of new kinds of privacy breaches, warn experts at CES.
3D Systems unveils two printers that can create chocolates and sugar-based sweets shaped into intricate designs at the CES tech show.
Rory talks to Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix, about his mission to revolutionise television.
As BMW shows off a self-driving car that can "drift" around bends and slalom between cones, the era of autonomous vehicles draws ever closer.
Sony details launch plans for PlayStation Now, a service that will allow smart TVs, tablets and smartphones to run console titles.
Yahoo unveils a news summary app created by British teenager Nick D'Aloisio who joined the firm after being paid "millions of pounds".
Samsung shows off a TV that allows its user to adjust how bendy its screen is. at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Sony announces an app that charts all your smartphone and physical activity on a timeline. New wearable tech, the Core, will let it study your actions.
As there's just so much going on at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show 2014, we bring you the highlights - and lowlights - on one handy page.
Intel says seven laptop manufacturers will incorporate a 3D camera it developed that contains a depth sensor into their models this year.
Corning says a forthcoming version of its Gorilla Glass will offer smartphones and tablets protection against bacteria and fungi.
LG shows off its first smart TVs to use the card-based webOS graphical user interface. It says the software should make it easier to use the tech.
Nvidia announces a new chip designed for mobile devices that it says outperforms the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in terms of graphics power.
Google is teaming up with car manufacturers including Audi, Honda and Hyundai to integrate its Android operating system into their dashboards.
A system that combines sensors monitoring body movement and room temperature with a colour changing lamp is one of several sleep systems to launch in Las Vegas.
France's Parrot unveils two new toys at CES, a two-wheeled "robot insect" that can leap 80cm (31.5in) into the air, and a "mini" version of its best-selling drone.
Samsung is to show off its Smart Home platform at the Consumer Electronics Show, allowing its smart devices to act as remote controls for home appliances.
Ford has revealed plans for a hybrid car that will be powered using a solar panel on the roof, ahead of CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
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