CE Week 2016

    CE week is essentially the consumer electronics industry’s version of a family reunion. Each summer, electronics manufacturers, media, and analysts converge in New York City as a way of bridging the gap between each years’ International CES. It is at CE Week that we often see new, exciting products that just can’t wait for CES to be announced. And there’s no shortage of industry conversations around the direction the next big thing will take. Follow along as Digital Trends covers the hottest announcements from the show, and breaks through the techno-babble to explain what it all means for you and the future of tech.

    No more excuses — this mattress plans your next workout while you sleep

    In August, a partnership between iFit and NordicTrack will lead to new sleep technology -- a tracker that will help users determine how their downtime influences their active time.
    iFit NordicTrack

    Samsung wants its SUHD TV, Blu-ray player, soundbar to rule your home theater set up

    At CE Week 2016, we had a chance to take a gander at Samsung's strategy to own the living room. It revolves around three things: a 4K SUHD TV, a Blu-ray player, and a Dolby Atmos soundbar.
    Samsung KS9800

    WowWee's new robot dog reacts to different human voices and surroundings

    Toymaker WowWee demonstrated its latest robot, CHiP, a pet dog that responds to human interaction, at the 2016 CE Week. Like a real pet, it’s able to react to human actions and responses.