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Faraday Future could crumble ‘if CES goes badly’, Lucid ramps up

7 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

If new reports are to be believed, next month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas could be the make-or-break moment for electric vehicle startup Faraday Future. Having revealed nothing more to-date than a sleek futuristic concept, the company has already been declared by some on social media to be a questionable prospect. The company launched […]

Kaby Lake suitable for MacBook Pro said to debut at January's Consumer Electronics Show

According to reports out of the Chinese supply chain, Intel is gearing up to announce and release the H-series Kaby Lake processor, suitable for use in laptops like the MacBook Pro.

Xiaomi, Chinese Smartphone and Electronics Manufacturer, Announces Global Launch For CES

Chinese electronics firm Xiaomi has announced it plans to launch an “all-new product” at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, on January 5th, according to a report by Gordon Gottsegen for CNET. It will be the first time Xiaomi has been represented at CES, Gottsegen points out. Show More Summary

Xiaomi will make its CES debut in January with a global product launch

Xiaomi has announced its attendance at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where it will launch a global product.

Engadget presents the Best of CES 2017!

The Consumer Electronics Show is just two months away, which means it's time once again for us here at Engadget to kick CES planning into high gear. Not only are we excited to get our hands on the latest gadgets and gear at the country's...Show More Summary

ZTE could be sending you to Las Vegas to attend CES 2017

ZTE is holding a contest where some fans could win a trip to Las Vegas to attend the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in early January.

Faraday Future just shared a glimpse of its first real electric car

Faraday Future released another video Wednesday of the electric car it will show at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. The most recent video focuses on the car's wheels and includes a tagline that reads "who said don't reinvent...Show More Summary

LeEco CEO Admits the Company Is Growing Too Fast [Updated]

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Last month, Chinese consumer electronics giant LeEco made a splashy entrance into the US market, showing off its plans for super cheap TVs, smartphones, an electric bike, and VR. It was even supposed to show off its Faraday Future electric car, but that didn’t end up happening. Read more...

Intel Is Ready To Capture The Growth In The Drone Space

Last January, Intel marked its development in the drone market by its spectacular show of 100 unmanned aerial vehicles in the sky at the Consumer Electronics Show that garnered the company a Guinness book of world record. Recently, the company set another world record by putting 500 drones controlled from a single PC into the […]

Faraday Future Teases Crossover Before Unveiling At CES (Video)

As we reported previously, Faraday Future will unveil its first production vehicle at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. Ahead of that event, the company has begun offering more teasers of what's in store, including...Show More Summary

Faraday Future preps for its electric car reveal amid senior staff departures

Faraday Future released a video Friday of the electric car it will show at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, but the start-up still has a lot to contend with as it looks to officially enter the electric car space. The 15-second video provides little information about the car itself. Show More Summary

Column: How intellectual property rules help the rich and hurt the poor

A yet-to-be-released Segway Ninebot personal transportation robot is seen onstage during the Intel keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Photo by Rick Wilking/Reuters Editor’s Note: Economist Dean Baker is the...Show More Summary

Faraday Future teases electric car ahead of 2017 CES debut

Faraday Future has given us our best look yet at its first production model, which was recently confirmed for a debut at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. The Chinese-backed electric car startup on Thursday released a teaser video that shows the car running silently at what appears to be California’s Willow Springs Raceway. The car looks...

Adventures With Dell's Rugged PC Line-Up

One of the many perks of working at a publication like HotHardware is that we get to attend a wide array of different technology-related events. GPU Tech Days, the Consumer Electronics Show, processor deep dives, smartphone launches -- you name it, and we're there. This Notebook Still Worked After Being Thrown Off The Boat Onto The Rocks Below......

Faraday Future to Debut Production-Ready Car at CES 2017

last monthVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Faraday Future has confirmed that its very first production-ready offering will finally drop cover this January at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Confirmation comes via a recent tweet issued by Faraday, in which the up-and-coming...Show More Summary

Faraday Future To Unveil Production Model At CES In January

Faraday Future will be unveiling an all-electric production vehicle at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in early January, the company has announced. While not much is actually known about the model yet, it is more or less clear that it won’t be a cheap one. Show More Summary

A Faraday Future investor just hinted the company may reveal its first electric car in January

LeEco's CEO Jia Yueting said we may get a chance to see Faraday Future's production car at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. Yueting broke the news at the Chinese internet company's US launch event at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday. Show More Summary

LeEco shows off its LeSee Pro autonomous vehicle in San Francisco

While most of the news coming from LeEco's event in San Francisco was about new TVs and phones, the company's CEO, YT Jia made a point to show off his company's desire to become not just a consumer electronics brand but also an automaker. Show More Summary

Daniel Boulud Closes His Restaurant in 2017

The restaurant calls it quits at the Venetian Sad news from chef Daniel Boulud. He sends word that his restaurant DB Brasserie at the Venetian closes in mid-January 2017, after the Consumer Electronics Show. "We have made a common decision...Show More Summary

Exploding Samsung phone shows how risky lithium batteries can be

Lithium-ion batteries have transformed consumer electronics, but they are and will remain a volatile partner in tech's revolution, says Paul Marks

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