The self-driving ‘flying taxi’ – that was tested in Dubai last year in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum – was showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week in Las Vegas.
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CES unplugged: electronics show hit by power outage
The Consumer Electronics Show came to a halt after a power outage at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Emirates NBD launches UAE’s first battery powered credit cards
Emirates NBD and Dynamics’ Wallet Card is the “world’s first connected, secure payment card,” and has been recognised with four CES Innovation awards.
Virgin Hyperloop One demos new passenger experience app
Virgin Hyperloop One is sharing its vision for a seamless travel experience and, in partnership with HERE Technologies, will conduct the first-ever hyperloop passenger application demo at CES 2018.
HP debuts new products at CES 2018
HP, Inc. has unveiled a series of new products at the on-going CES 2018 taking place in Las Vegas. The …
Samsung announces connected car solutions at CES 2018
At CES 2018, Samsung Electronics has introduced the first set of connected car solutions developed with Harman International, which it …
CES 2018: Chinese startup Byton unveils $45,000 EV to rival Tesla
Byton, a newly formed company, unveiled its first of three vehicles at the event – all of which the firm is hoping to launch by 2022.
Apple strengthens security partnership with Cisco
Apple has announced a collaboration with Cisco Systems to help businesses that primarily use products from both companies get a discount on cybersecurity insurance premiums.
IBM to help partners succeed in the ‘cognitive era’
Adelle Geronimo reports from IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, where IBM executives introduced new innovations and strategies to enable IT channel partners compete and succeed in the ‘cognitive era.’
The potential of cognitive IT: IBM World of Watson 2016
Glesni Holland reports from World of Watson 2016 in Las Vegas, where IBM executives unveiled the latest innovations in cognitive computing and demonstrated the impact that Watson can have – and is already having – on some of the world’s most important industries.