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The 8 coolest concept cars revealed so far this year

Lexus, Toyota, and Nissan have revealed some of the best concept cars we've seen this year.
Ford wants to move to a more diverse business model that includes transportation services like deliveries for businesses and ride-hailing.

Ford just acquired 2 startups that have nothing to do with cars as we know them

Autonomic and TransLoc could help Ford build the infrastructure for its proposed logistics business.
Vivo X20 Plus smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 may not have an in-display fingerprint scanner but it might have the underlying technology

Rumors suggest Samsung's Galaxy S9 may not have an in-display fingerprint sensor, new reports say it may include some building blocks for the feature.

The Razer Phone might get a hardware update to make ‘Project Linda’ a reality later this year

"Project Linda," Razer's showstopping smartphone-consumer concept, may make its way to market before the end of the year.

A ton of new smartphones were announced last week at CES — here are the 11 to keep an eye on

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) introduced several interesting smartphones last week. Here

We’re spending more time with smart speakers instead of with radios, TVs — and smartphones

When consumers use an Amazon Echo or a Google Home, they tend to spend less time with other devices and services, including their TVs and smartphones.

These were the 6 most popular trends I saw at the biggest technology show of 2018

From adorable robots to modular TVs, these were the biggest trends I saw at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

Cheerleader outfits and weird looks: I went to the biggest tech industry conference of the year for the first time, and it’s clear CES still has...

There were zero women giving keynote addresses at the annual tech trade show, but booth babes and scantily clad party workers abounded.

I tried the first self-driving mass transit in the United States — and now I’m excited for the future of travel

Navya Arma's self-driving shuttle relies on an Xbox game controller for backup.