We've rounded-up all the weirdest bits from the biggest tech conference in the world. Featuring dancing cats and see-thru computers.
A square mouse may sound odd, but video chatting in glorious Full HD is certainly a more appealing prospect.
One can peruse the Queen’s speech this Christmas on one’s Kindle, which is terribly nice
Competition: Western Digital WDTV media players and Spotify subscriptions up for grabs.
Qualcomm and Kyobo have partnered to launch the first ereader with a low power colour Mirasol display.
The SD Association has announced new standards which could turn the humble SD card into something far smarter.
Canadian ereader manufacturer, Kobo, has been purchased for US$315m by Rakuten.
Best Buy Europe has announced that all its 11 UK stores will close.
The Up wristband uses a motion sensor to track you every step - and snore.
- but only in the US and only for Amazon Prime members.
HP has decided to go for energy efficiency over power by choosing the ARM-based processors for its new server.
Kobo eReaders, including the Touch Edition, will go on sale in WHSmith stores next week.
A new range of Eink Kindle ereaders has been unveiled, including two touchscreen models.
BMW cars with the latest ConnectDrive system will let you hear your Facebook and Twitter updates.
LG has solved the problem of glasses-wearers having to put on a second pair of 3D specs by launching clip-on glasses.
Logitech's latest accessory, the Harmony Link, aims to turn your iPad into a universal remote.
Parrot's latest Bluetooth hands-free speaker, the Minikit+, lets you pair two phones at once and hear your text messages.
In what was a logical next step, Dyson has followed up its Air Multiplier fan with the Dyson Hot fan heater.
Logitech's latest wireless accessories aim to let you get the most out of your tablet and smartphone.
Offering up to four-finger gestures and swipes, the Logitech Wireless Touchpad hopes to make web browsing more "fun".