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Ultra-light micro-camper provides a Homie away from home

The Homie will set you back from €6,500 (or US$7,245)

Those who liked the cute styling of the bike-towable Wide Path Camper but don't have the thighs of steel required to pull it now have another option. A new car-towable version, dubbed the Homie, is available, and includes a dining table, seating and a bed. It can also operate off-the-grid with solar power.

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Category: Outdoors

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E Ink’s latest ePaper module debuts in 42-inch digital whiteboard

The first application of E Ink's latest addition to its Pearl product line is the Quilla ...

E Ink has revealed what it's calling the world's largest commercially available active matrix ePaper module at CES 2017. Though primarily aimed at the digital signage market, its first application is actually destined for conference rooms and classrooms. QuirkLogic's eWriter connected writer system has been combined with E Ink's 42-inch ePaper display technology for the Quilla whiteboard.

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Category: Electronics

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DJI has a very bright idea for its flashy new drone monitor

At CES this week, DJI unveiled the CrystalSky monitor, which shines with a brightness of 2,000 ...

Flying a drone can be twitchy work, and it's hard enough without squinting at a glarey screen. To help clear up your eyes in the sky, DJI has unveiled the CrystalSky monitor, which works with the DJI Go app and is bright enough for details to be visible in direct sunlight. At CES this week, the company is also introducing the next iteration of the Osmo Mobile rig, a new route-planning and 3D mapping app, and a limited-run, Chinese New Year Edition of the Phantom 4.

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Category: Drones

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Faraday Future’s FF91 launch: A stumbling start for the new king of electric cars

Faraday Future FF91: 1050 horsepower, more torque than a Mack truck, class-leading range and charging times, ...

After a torturous 90-minute CES launch, we now have details on Faraday Future's first production car, the FF91. Zero-60 in 2.39 seconds, 1050 horsepower and more torque than a Mack truck, 130 kilowatt-hours of battery, 500 mile per hour charging and a driverless valet mode make this the new EV king.

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Category: Automotive

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Lenovo eyes off AR smart glasses for business use

Lenovo has joined the ranks of augmented reality eyewear, with its New Glass C200 device

Smart glasses once seemed like a gadget our future selves wouldn't be able to go without, but since Google Glass tripped over its own awkward feet, they've mostly retreated from the public eye and switched focus to niche applications. Now Lenovo has set its sights on the augmented reality eyewear arena, with a business customer-focused pair of smart specs it calls New Glass C200.

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Category: Wearables

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Chrysler’s Portal leads to a ​seamlessly connected, self-driving future

Chrysler debuts the Portal Concept at CES on Tuesday

At CES 2017, Chrysler is presenting a concept car with the flexibility and upgradability to grow with the millennial, from adventurous youth to head of household. The all-new Portal Concept debuts as a high-tech semi-autonomous MPV loaded with the types of technologies millennials have come to treat like breathable oxygen and the flexibility to load up with people, cargo or both. A couple weeks after Chrysler sent a fleet of self-driving minivans over to Google's Waymo, a new self-driving minivan grabs the spotlight.

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Lenovo picks Alexa’s brain for its new Smart Assistant

Lenovo has announced the Lenovo Smart Assistant, a voice-activated speaker powered by Amazon's Alexa

Amazon's cloud-based personal assistant, Alexa, usually calls the Echo speaker home, but she's been known to occasionally step into lamps and robots. Now she has another residence in Lenovo's Smart Assistant, a new Echo-like device that picks up voice commands and replies in kind. If better sound quality is your jam, there's a Harman Kardon speaker edition, and the company is also rolling out a wireless Smart Storage device with a capacity of up to 6 TB.

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Category: Around The Home

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Solar cells implanted under the skin can power pacemakers

The solar measurement device worn by study participants to examine the real-world feasibility of solar powering ...

It can be a hassle when your phone's battery runs out of juice and you have to hunt down a power outlet to recharge, but a flat battery is an even bigger hassle in implanted electronic medical devices, such as pacemakers. It often means invasive surgery to replace the battery or the entire unit, but a new study examining the use of solar cells implanted under the skin to power medical implants by the sun has found such an approach is feasible.

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Category: Medical

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