Articles about Consumer Electronics Show

Mercedes-Benz has made it own, called the Vision Urbanetic
We've said it before and we'll say it again: 2019 is the year of the electric, connected, autonomous pod thing. Mercedes plainly thinks so, too, which is why it's not just brought the new CLA to CES.Enter the
Mobile-based dashboard allows you to buy things on the go—and rewards you for it
The rise of mobile has been staggering these past few years. Websites, infotainment providers, convenience apps, and e-commerce platforms, must be optimized for mobile in order to thrive and survive, and because people expect to be able to access these online
A bigger battery gives the EV more range and speed
The Nissan Leaf might be Europe's bestselling EV, but it's not the only one. There's the sportier VW e-Golf, for example. And then there's the Hyundai Kona Electric, which can travel much farther on a single
Its outer shell is made of a new type of fabric designed by The North Face
Remember the GINA Light Visionary Model, BMW's spandex-clad concept that debuted over a decade ago? It makes about as little sense to us in 2019 as it did in 2008, to be honest, but at least this new camper it
Boy do we need this
If you're still trying to get your head around the inevitability of autonomous cars, prepare to have your melon twisted even further. See, for CES (the techfest currently going down in Sin City) BMW has unveiled a self-riding motorbike. Hit
...and make the seats vibrate to your chosen music
Anyone else mildly terrified by the prospect of an autonomous car that can read your facial expression, check your heart rate, and then alter the cabin accordingly? No? Just us, then.At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Kia
Overkill?
Having booted out the world's wildest automotive fabricators for SEMA, and many middle-aged men dressed up as superheroes for Comic Con, this week, the Las Vegas Convention Center plays host to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) It's Inspector Gadget'
You get to play Rocket in this exciting VR experience
Sitting in the backseat can get awfully boring, especially on a long road trip. If your car is equipped with certain entertainment amenities, though, the experience becomes a little more bearable. Audi's showcase at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, meanwhile, makes
Darth Vader would be proud
Remember those AT-AT walkers from The Empire Strikes Back? Those big and intimidating-but ultimately clumsy and cumbersome-robots that trudged through the snow during the Empire's assault on the Rebel base? Well, we can't help but wonder if
X-ray vision behind the wheel
Ever wanted to have X-ray vision like Superman? Nissan's latest tech, which will be showcased at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), gives you that superpower behind the wheel.Called the Invisible-to-Visible concept (I2V for short), this future
With a new robot friend tagging along
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) isn't a car show, yet automotive manufacturers still flock to it like ducks to water, eager to show off their techiest wares. Take Honda. It's not bringing any cars to the event next month
Autonomous EV concept has interchangeable bodies
Welcome to Rinspeed's concept for next year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES)-a Renault Twizy-sized autonomous EV with interchangeable bodies.It's called the MicroSNAP, and following on from last year's Snap concept, the principle behind the two is
These are crazy bright
You know how you're always griping about running into motorists with their high beams on? Well, just thank God that these babies aren't available here yet.Texas Instruments (TI) unveiled its new Digital Light Processing (DLP) tech at the 2018
Capable of 800km on a single charge/tank
The SUV you see above is the Hyundai Nexo, its new hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle. We've had a glimpse of it already, but the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has given us a proper look.It's near-production
A preview of Kia's electrified future
With some cities already planning to ban internal combustion engines in the coming decades, carmakers are now setting the foundation for electric vehicles.Kia revealed that it plans to commercialize Level 4 autonomous cars by 2021, include 16 electrified vehicles in its
Debuts concept...thing that also delivers food
There are two ways you can look at all the pleasantries and 'conveniences' brought about by the advent of technology. One, having anything and everything available via the simple tap of a screen makes life, well, easier. Or two, we're all
It comes from a Chinese start-up
It's the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. For the car world, it's an increasingly important show, particularly when it comes to alternative powertrains and autonomous driving tech.The first big reveal from CES is this, the Byton
Still too dangerous, executive says
Ford, BMW, Mitsubishi, Volvo; over the past few years, it seems like everybody in the auto industry has jumped onto the driverless bandwagon. Well, almost everybody at least. Because the world's largest automaker is still taking a long, hard look at
We'd be happy if it can help us do errands
Over recent years, it's become more and more apparent that connectivity will be one of the driving factors in future transportation. But could the day arrive when we're so connected to our cars that we begin considering them personal assistants?
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