Fitbit is the dominant player in the fitness and activity market, and with a potential IPO looming later this year it's pushing forward with its plans to expand that lead.
CES isn't just about the latest from the major technology companies -- there's a lot of quirky, eccentric but sometimes incredible products you'll never see anywhere else.
This week, TheStreet is live-blogging CES 2015, the biggest consumer electronics show in the world.
The Consumer Electronics Show kicked into high gear on Tuesday, with some 150,000 attendees walking, talking, and showing off the latest in tech.
Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor sits down with TheStreet at CES to discuss where the company is headed in 2015.
GoPro continues its incredible run, as it's partnering with LG to bring the GoPro app to LG televisions this year.
Fitbit, the maker of fitness-tracking wristbands, announced several new features to help consumers meet their fitness goals.
Here's a recap of some of the most important and most disappointing announcements from the first day of CES 2015.
Samsung unveils TVs, home appliances and software at its annual CES press conference but the introductions aren't going to drastically change Samsung's fortunes anytime soon.
The International Consumer Electronics Show starts this week in Las Vegas. Here's what you can expect from the show, as companies show off their latest and greatest technologies.