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The robot breadmaker came to Las Vegas this week, aiming to bring some freshness to a sector that may be ready for disruption.
As the CES 2019 gadget revs up in Las Vegas, the organisation that runs it is projecting that Americans will buy more smart devices – but fewer television sets.
The annual CES gadget show has become a demonstration of China’s rapidly growing technology sector, but some Chinese firms are stepping back from the spotlight.
Critics have been on the case of one of the tech industry’s largest trade shows for not including enough female speakers. That seems to be changing this year at CES, the huge consumer-electronics show in Las Vegas.
The trade group behind the Consumer Electronics Show set to start on Jan 8 forecast that US gadget love will grow despite trust and privacy issues hammering the tech world.
The newly installed US Congress is expected to see a fresh effort to develop new regulations for big technology firms, with a focus on tougher enforcement of privacy and data protection.
Apple Inc's chief executive Tim Cook has his work cut out in China this year: the iPhone maker faces the looming threat of a court-ordered sales ban, the uncertain outcome of trade war talks and the roll-out of a new 5G network, where it finds itself behind rivals like Huawei and Samsung.
Huawei Technologies Co unveiled a new processor chip for servers as the Chinese telecommunications gear giant pushes ahead with expansion despite closer scrutiny from abroad.
Retail is dead? Don’t tell hot online brands rushing to open stores in desirable urban US neighbourhoods
Four days before Christmas, athletic apparel retailer Outdoor Voices opened a store in Chicago's Ranch Triangle neighbourhood. It should feel at home among neighbours like Bonobos, Warby Parker and Marine Layer.