Sony seeks to prove its waterproof Walkman can live up to its name, by selling it submerged in water.
Intel is working on a personal assistant called Jarvis that works offline
Just as it missed the mobile computing revolution, Intel is already playing catch-up when it comes to the Internet of Things.
We look at UK-based companies who made an impact with their announcements at the world's biggest tech showcase, CES 2014.
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We round up the best smartwatches launched at CES 2014, including watches from Pebble, Intel and MetaWatch.
We round up the best Ultra HD televisions launched at CES 2014, including sets from Sony, LG, Samsung and Panasonic.
We round up the best fitness trackers launched at CES 2014, including devices from Sony, LG and Intel.
We round up the best smartphones launched at CES 2014, including devices from ZTE, Huawei and Sony.
CES 2014 gave 3D printing a space of its own - here's our guide to the best in show.
From Mercedes and Pebble, to Hyundai and Google Glass, car manufacturers get closer to technology at CES.
CEO Brian Krzanich announces Intel will drop McAfee brand name, much to founder John McAfee's delight.
Sony's CEO Kaz Hirai believes that every Sony product is a failure if it doesn't deliver a wow-factor for customers.
The startup Summly, created by UK teenager Nick D'Aloisio, has been reimagined as Yahoo's News Digest.
Intel is eager not to miss out on the wearable tech revolution as it did the mobile revolution.