In wrapping up his CES coverage, Jeff Porten explores the show within a show that CES sets aside for startups, Eureka Park. Follow along as he finds a portable scanner, kid-focused smartwatch, global hotspot, solar-powered car, and monitoring shoes for seniors.
Jeff Porten misses the riding luggage, wears a camera on his face, sees some ridiculously fast SSD drives, and roams the CES main floor.
Jeff Porten, who never leaves civilization, finds several products designed to help you survive the wilderness, alongside things useful in cities.
Jeff Porten continues the trek through the CES pre-shows and finds more gadgetry (a 1 TB USB stick, an inexpensive USB-C hub) and technological innovations (a smartwatch that charges from body heat, a dual-screen smartphone).
Jeff Porten starts off CES 2018 with the mini-show CES hosts for the media. Read on for the latest in wireless earbuds, mesh Wi-Fi systems, smart corkscrews, electronic scent mixers, and even a robotic duck designed to help kids with cancer.
Jeff Porten kicks off another CES show with the Consumer Technology Association’s trends and predictions for 2018.
Jeff Porten warms up for January’s CES in Las Vegas with a trip to PEPCOM’s branch show in New York City.
Fresh from a panel discussion on 5G networks at CES 2017, Jeff Porten discusses the goals of this next-generation networking technology and speculates on how it will actually be implemented.
Jeff Porten bids adieu to CES 2017 with a show floor wrap-up.
Having finished up with the media-only events, Jeff Porten hits the show floors of CES, and has many miles to go and products to write up for you before he sleeps.
Jeff Porten continues his explorations of what’s new and cool at Showstoppers, the third and final media-only show floor at CES.
Jeff Porten continues his CES death march across Las Vegas with highlights from the PEPCOM Digital Experience.
Jeff Porten continues his CES 2017 adventure by showcasing some gizmos from the CES Unveiled event.
Jeff Porten begins his 2017 CES adventure by taking stock of the overall trends looming over the show: voice recognition, artificial intelligence, and smart homes.
Some early adopters of Apple’s just-released MacBook Pros are seeing their machines shut down repeatedly and unexpectedly. The problem appears to stem from moving lots of data over multiple hard drives connected via Thunderbolt 3’s USB-C ports, which is, of course, the only way to connect them.