When Faraday Future brought out its FFZERO1 concept car at the Consumer Electronics Show over the week, the tech world was blown away. The car world was less than impressed. But what do normal, non-car people think about Faraday Future’s wild concept? That’s what I tried to find out.
Since 1967, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been a showcase for our high-tech future. Language translators, virtual reality systems, and even robots have graced the many different convention halls that have hosted CES over the years.
In a new video, electric-car company Faraday Future asks what would happen if we could “forget everything we know about cars.” Well, Faraday, that isn’t the easiest task for some of us in this world—you know, the car enthusiasts.
Cars without drivers. Drones with cars. Both with autopilot features.
Yesterday we revealed Ford Sync upgrades like turn-by-turn directions and traffic avoidance. Today we can say Sync is heading to Europe there's next-generation system brewing, call it a Sync concept, including Apple-like apps.
With the ability to integrate movies, music, navigation, phone and Internet into one in-dash device, Dashboard Devices thinks it has developed the ultimate in in-car tech.
You are probably well aware of the upcoming Detroit Auto Show, but do you know about the other big name show dealing with the automotive industry in January? The Consumer Electronics Show is getting bigger and bigger in regards to the auto tech industry. An entire hall is devoted to showing the latest and greatest…