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Faraday Future’s FF 91 electric car reportedly will cost nearly $300,000

At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, Faraday Future released a number of details about the FF 91, its first production electric car. It quoted a range of 378 miles, courtesy of a 130-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack. It also cited a power output of 1,050 horsepower, enabling the FF 91 to reach 60 mph from a […]

Energy News: National Grid Puts $100M in Sunrun; Tesla Builds a Rooftop Solar Farm; Self-Driving Cars Dominate Auto and Consumer Electronics Shows

We’ve entered the mid-winter slump up here in the northern hemisphere, but don’t worry. Between news of major deals and investments and advanced vehicles making headlines at both CES and the Detroit Auto Show, things are certainly looking sunny for advanced energy in the week that was.

WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell on Snapchat becoming the 'third force' to Google and Facebook

Each year, The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcases the innovation and technology that is changing the world – and the way companies do business. At CES 2017, Business Insider spoke with advertising and marketing executives...Show More Summary

Techdirt Podcast Episode 105: The CES 2017 Post-Mortem

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Last year, we got a lot of positive feedback on our episode taking a look at the Consumer Electronics Show with the help of journalist Rob Pegoraro. So this year, we've brought Rob back for another look at the highs and lows of CES. Also:...Show More Summary

FCA CEO hints at production version of Chrysler Portal concept

Earlier this month Chrysler took the wraps off a self-driving electric minivan concept called the Portal at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. Car concepts shown at the electronics trade fair typically aren’t intended for production, but that might not be the case for the Portal. Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles...

Energy News: Autonomous Cars Drive Vegas; Tesla Hires 1,100 Nevadans (So Far) for Gigafactory; Solar For Cheap

It’s the first week of the year, and the news is already teeming with stories about advanced energy. From cars that drive themselves stealing the show at CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show) to new developments in EV batteries to entire countries running exclusively on advanced energy, the news demonstrates that advanced energy is here to stay.

Storage In Consumer Electronics

The CES show is always a fascinating place to see where technology applications are going. Digital storage plays a key role in making modern consumer products work, both in the home and in the cloud.

eSports Steps Up Into Racing Series in Vegas

While the biggest news in Las Vegas in the last few days was the Consumer Electronics Show, there was something else going on that wasn't as big, but still delivered an exciting new prospect in its own right. It's advancing the field...Show More Summary

The coolest concept cars from CES

Automotive tech once again dominated at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.        

Highlights from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show that Will Convince You the Future Is Now

LG Signature OLED W7 Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the expo was a showcase for latest innovations and coolest gear… Alix Moise

Lifestyle, Technology, Home & Health: My Top Picks from CES 2017

Let's face it --- the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which is held every year in Las Vegas, can be a dizzying experience. I've been going for about 25 years, almost always repping a product and sometimes more than one, from kids...Show More Summary

Does CES now stand for ‘Car Electronics Show’?

Automotive tech once again dominated at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.        

Cars dominate Consumer Electronics Show

With the rise in self-driving technology, the latest automobiles are grabbing more attention at The Consumer Electronics Show. Columnist Marc Saltzman breaks down the highlights from behind the wheel.        

Enterprise IT trends for 2017: ‘Fog’ computing, Internet sensors, the second coming of silicon …

GUEST: With Snap’s IPO reportedly imminent and the giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas now wrapped up, many in the tech world have been focused on innovations in consumer technology lately. But I think the coming year also will be marked by lesser-noticed tectonic shifts in enterprise-IT: Trends related to cloud computing, big data, and […]

Justice Department Launches Criminal Investigation into Fiat Chrysler’s Diesel Devices

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles started off the week in solid form. It deftly preempted the Detroit auto show by unveiling its futuristic Portal minivan concept at the youthful Consumer Electronics Show a week prior, then dangled a big Mopar...Show More Summary

6 Of The Weirdest And Most Ridiculous Gadgets From CES 2017

Between the big screen TVs, wearables, and drones, there are lots of weird and wacky products at the annual Consumer Electronics Show vying for attention. Here are 6 of the weirdest.

The Week in iOS Accessories: More accessories seen at CES

4 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

New gear for your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch Image by IDG This week’s roundup is full of more iOS-compatible devices seen at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show. Read on!  BACTrack Image by BACtrack To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Visions of CES 2017: Skyfall or Sky Mall?

Mark Gauger highlights the tension between commerce and purpose at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.

5 smart home trends to watch in 2017

From Alexa to robots to a bunch of buttons This year marks the 50th anniversary of CES, née Consumer Electronics Show, a tech industry spectacle that swarms Las Vegas every January. It’s where the VCR debuted in 1970, the CD player in 1981, the Nintendo gaming console in 1985, and so on. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Renault Will Shift To Addressable TV Ads By 2019

LAS VEGAS -- Auto maker Renault has a plan to move away from traditional, inefficient mass advertising to consumer-targeted ads within two years, including on TV. Speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show, Renault marketing communications...Show More Summary

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