There were a lot of wearables at the Consumer Electronics Show, beyond just Apple Watches and Fitbits. Here are a few of our favorites.
We're early into 2016, but Robert Kyncl, chief business officer of YouTube isn't just making predictions for this year; he's calling it for the decade.
This week Twitter was riddled with technology innovations at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show, as well as discussions on the platform's plans to go beyond its 140-character limit.
The idea of putting the customer first is something of a marketing cliche. But that's exactly how Netflix became the world's biggest broadcaster.
As virtual reality becomes more accessible, it's getting out of its novelty phase. But could it disrupt e-commerce? A very cool experience at CES in Vegas makes us think that it could, but industry experts see both sides.
For the first time, ClickZ is at the Consumer Electronics Show, checking out the various innovations and reporting about the ones that matter most to marketers.
The CES expo hall and a new Sheraton campaign point to drones becoming a hot-ticket for consumers item in the near future. Can the same be said for marketers?
In a New York Social Media Week panel called "10 Years of Digital," Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore unveiled a new marketing tool that will let brands scan the Web to predict trending news before it breaks.
Two companies that stood out at this year's CES are bringing major innovation to the world of data-driven marketing, in both the mobile and automotive markets.