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Like other automakers around the globe, Kia is getting serious about electrification. In the coming years, the Korean automaker will build on its current collection to offer more than a dozen different electrified vehicles. A first look at what that electrified future might look like, the Niro EV concept is a fully electric crossover with a few other tricks up its sleeve...Continue Reading Ki
If you want a deep glimpse into what the future might look like on our roads, Toyota's new E-Palette concept vehicle and the underpinning Toyota Global Mobility Services Platform (MSPF) are a good place to start. The E-Palette concept was shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas for the first time today...Continue Reading Toyota's e-Palette concept showcases the future of mobile bu
The way things are going, Nvidia stands to play a pretty big role in the future of self-driving cars. Its AI chips are already the driving force behind autonomous systems for Tesla, Audi and Toyota, and today it has added a couple more transportation powerhouses to its clientele, in the form of Volkswagen and Uber...Continue Reading ​Nvidia to power gesture controls and self-driving tech in V
A fully functional Hyperloop system remains years away, but that hasn't stopped one of the startups vying to build it bringing out an app for folks to book a ride. Virgin Hyperloop One has rolled up to this year's CES with a demo version of an app designed to handle the entire passenger experience, along with a full-scale version of the pod that would take them along for the ride...Continue R
Intel has used CES to unveil a new kind of processor with a Radeon GPU built right into it. By embedding a Radeon RX Vega M Graphics chip into an 8th Gen Intel Core CPU, the new configuration can share power and data more efficiently and boost the graphical grunt in smaller notebooks, 2-in-1s and mini-PCs...Continue Reading Intel's new processor packs a built-in Radeon GPUCategory: ComputersT
French startup Aurasens is taking CES music lovers on a "visceral, trans-sensory journey" in Las Vegas this week as it launches its high-end audio recliner. The hi-fi chair uses haptic touch points to gently massage the listener as music plays through a pair of headphones...Continue Reading Aurasens chair massages audiophiles with musicCategory: Home EntertainmentTags: CES 2018
We've already seen things such as bracelets that monitor the wearer's exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays. Now, L'Oréal has teamed up with Illinois' Northwestern University to create a tiny thumbnail-mounted gadget that does the same job. According to the university, it is the world's smallest wearable device – of any kind...Continue Reading Battery-less UV sensor claimed to be "world's sm
Remote-control model boats may indeed be pretty neat, although all that you can really do with the things is drive them back and forth. PowerVision's new PowerDolphin, however, is different. Among other things, it allows users to find fish, create underwater topographic maps, and shoot HD stills and video both above and below the surface...Continue Reading PowerDolphin ain't your average RC b
Boss has announced what's billed as the world's first totally wireless guitar amplifier. Though similar to the Spider V setup from Line 6, the Katana-Air can run on batteries – giving street musicians the ability to wander around while performing, with no risk of tripping over cables, while bedroom jam sessions are liberated from bothersome cable clutter...Continue Reading Katana guitar amp g
Tiny computers are great, but you usually have to compromise performance for portability. Not so with Intel's newest NUC (Next Unit of Computing), codenamed "Hades Canyon." It's packed with an AMD-made graphics card that has enough power to support 4K display resolutions, most games, and VR experiences...Continue Reading Intel's latest tiny PC is the first with VR-ready graphicsCategory: Comp

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