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To ‘tab’ or not to ‘tab’?

Okay, the post title was a terrible attempt to coin a phrase that will never come to fruition. To ‘tab’ is referring to using some sort of tablet (larger than your phone) in your day to day life. 2011 is definitely shaping out to be the year of the tablet as the iPad is expected [...]

Ford takes us on the world’s shortest test drive in the Focus Electric (video)

The Future of Cars at CES: Ford

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. It’s a sign of a changing world when car news makes its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) before the Detroit Auto Show that happens a week later. [...]

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The Future of Cars at CES: Audi

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. For some reason, Audi seems to come to mind when imaging a clean, alternative energy future…that looks really sexy. They seem to be living up to that vision at [...]

GM sheds a little more light on next-gen Volts and next-gen battery packs

The Future of Cars at CES: Chevy

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. Sadly when I think of the Chevy Volt, I think of disappointment. Sad, sad disappointment. It has nothing to do with its driving range, its effect on the environment [...]

Toyota puts Prius C on a pedestal, we go back for more

The Future of Cars at CES: Toyota

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. Doing a series of posts on the future of cars just wouldn’t be right without including Toyota, who in the mindshare of the world, started it all. That’s right, [...]

Porsche unveils 918 RSR, the 767hp hybrid

The Future of Cars at CES: Porsche

This is part of a continuing series on the future of cars that debuted at CES 2011. To see similar stories, click on the CESauto2011 tag. Okay, the title of this article is a lie. The following story didn’t break at CES, but at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Still though, the [...]

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Microsoft Surface 2.0: They have the money, why not?

At CES 2011, Microsoft unveiled their latest hardware update to the table-top computer, Surface. The 2.0 version promises to be cheaper ($7,600) than the current Surface ($10,000-$12,000) and packed with some new technology goodies. The most notable is “pixel sense” detection, where the surface screen picks up not just points of touch, but can sense the entire [...]

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