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CES 2014

CES Preview: 4K TVs, Virtual Reality Return to Spotlight

The annual electronics showcase runs Jan. 6 - 9 in Las Vegas

CES Preview: Self-Driving Cars, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Integration to Debut

Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi are among the auto manufacturers showing off their latest tech innovations at the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas opening Jan. 6

CES: Fox Is Bullish on Virtual Reality, But Is It the “Real Deal” for Hollywood?

Next week in Las Vegas, Fox will offer select previews of a three-minute proof of concept VR narrative based on Fox Searchlight's 'Wild'

Jack Wayman, Inventor of the Consumer Electronics Show, Dies at 92

He helped create and produce the first show in 1967 with 100 exhibitors. This year's event in Las Vegas drew 3,600

CES: Binge-Watching World Record Broken by Las Vegas Trio

During the stunt inside the TiVo booth, the viewers watched 87 hours of programs over four days, with short breaks, to set a new Guinness World Record.

Ultra HD at CES: ‘The Chicken and Egg Have Left the Barn’

Execs debate the the challenges surrounding Ultra HD production, distribution and consumer acceptance.

CES: Cameron Pace Group Busy With ‘Avatar’ Sequels; ‘2D Plus’ Development

The panel concludes that glasses-free 3D is the key to restarting 3D in the home.

CES: 3D TV Needs Glasses-Free, High Dynamic Range Reboot

A panel, moderated by THR's Carolyn Giardina, discussed the reasons why the market hasn't taken off yet.

Study: Nearly Half of Americans Tune to Other Devices While Watching TV

Findings from CES and NATPE indicate millennials are most frequent multitaskers, while a majority don't find it makes for an enjoyable viewing experience.

CES: As the Ultra HD Train Steams Ahead, Hollywood Eyes High Dynamic Range Imagery

DECE, the consortium behind UltraViolet, is looking at 4K, as well as high dynamic range, wider color space and higher frame rates.

CES: FCC Chair Warns Commission Will Keep Eye on AT&T Sponsored Data

Tom Wheeler adds that broadcasters still have big opportunities ahead.

CES Panel: Make Wearables Meaningful Or Risk Novelty

If you have electronics that conform to your body you can gain more and better information" said one panelist.