CES 2017 -- Smart tech takes in center stage

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As iPhone turns 10, smartphones grow into $600bn industry

Ubiquitous devices spawn ride-hailing, other new businesses

  • Panasonic pushes smart-driving solutions in US

    Denver has ordered a smart road platform; Tesla ready to collaborate

  • No deadline for PC deal with Fujitsu, says Lenovo chief

    Chinese company sees market finally bottoming out

  • Japan's automakers take the fast lane on outside tie-ups

    Honda developing in-car virtual reality experience with Dreamworks

  • Huawei executive questions idea of US phone factories

    Chinese company hopeful of balanced trade decision from Trump

  • Unlikely alliances point Japanese automakers to tomorrow

    Nissan to tie up with DeNA, NASA to develop self-driving technologies

  • Panasonic hatches egg-shaped conversational robot at CES

    Talking, rolling proof-of-concept also offers camera and projector

  • Japanese, Korean TV makers flaunt innovations at CES

    Sony, LG, Samsung break new ground in sound, color and form factor

  • Interview

    It is 'not easy' to compete with US players on AI

    LG executive Ahn says Asian companies can collaborate or find their own niche

  • Hisense says it will not cede Sharp US licensing to Foxconn

    Defiant TV maker insists on marketing its own brand and Sharp in America

  • Toyota unveils AI concept car at CES

    New model incorporating some features to perform test runs in Japan

  • Smart, responsive tech takes center stage at CES 2017

    Artificial intelligence supplanting smartphones as expo's focus

  • Chinese-backed Faraday unveils first electric car

    Startup controlled by LeEco's Jia Yueting seeks to allay doubts

  • Renesas sports chip technology with self-driving car

    Japanese company to showcase prototype vehicle at CES

  • Exclusive

    LG to unveil premium window-like OLED TV at Vegas show

    South Korean company asserts its market leadership with the slimmest model