ces 2013

How the Hopper Went from 'Best of CES' to a Mess for CBS

CBS's reputation for integrity took a big hit at the Consumer Electronics Show after it told subsidiary CNET not to give Dish Network a "Best of CES" award for its revolutionary Hopper DVR. Why? Because CBS is suing Dish over the Hopper's commercial skipping features.

Audi Shows Off 'Piloted Driving' (Video)

In one wing of Audi's booth -- the most visually arresting we've seen this year -- was a car cockpit in front of a few massive displays, simulating a ride down Las Vegas Boulevard in a self-driving car equipped with the new Piloted Driving system.

Dispatches from CES 2013: Long Live the Handheld, the PC Is Dead

Walking the floor at the Consumer Electronics Show, you don't see many PCs: Everyone is using tablets. With all the Web just an uttered sentence or touchscreen away, PCs just aren't portable enough, which is why the focus at CES is on devices you'll hold in your hand or control via remote.

From the Engadget CES Stage: An Interview with Nokia's Chris Weber

It's been a heck of a year for Nokia and Windows Phone, so we've got lots of catching up to do with the smartphone maker's EVP / Microsoft ex-pat Chris Weber. We'll talk to the exec about the company's transformation in 2012 and find out what the next year holds for Nokia.

Engadget's CES Liveblogs: Catch 'Em All

It's liveblog season, dear readers. The excitement starts right now. Our fingers will soon be flying and our shutters clacking to bring you all the news and images right to your browser courtesy of our custom, live-updating liveblog tool. It's the best in the business, and we invite you to come see why. You'll certainly have plenty of opportunities, and they're all linked below for your bookmarking enjoyment.

Join TechCrunch Live from CES 2013

Every year TechCrunch rolls out to Las Vegas for complete CES coverage, including a live stream to beat all others. In 2013 we're looking forward to covering CE

See All of Engadget's CES Coverage

It's CES 2013, and Engadget is doing it up bigger and better than ever before, with more than 50 staffers on-site, flown in from all corners of the globe. And for the fifth year in a row, Engadget is the Official Online News Source of the International CES.