At CES this year, Fisker Inc will make two global debuts. The automotive company will share the first live look at its EMotion four-door luxury electric sedan, featuring a seamlessly, stylishly integrated LiDAR system for autonomous driving. It will also preview its proprietary flexible solid-state battery that promises a range of up to 500 miles on a single, one-minute charge.
This week, thousands of tech companies bring their latest releases and most exciting prototypes to Las Vegas for CES. Among them, Sony Electronics will be debuting new products that span the "lens to living room" — new cameras, TVs, in-car audio systems, headphones and more. To get insider perspective on the media trends that will rule this year's show, Forbes asked Sony President and COO Mike Fasulo about his predictions.
Artist Addie Wagenknecht's work takes her on the road: the Portland, Oregon native has exhibited in Vienna, New York City, Paris, London and Istanbul. She's also an enthusiastic solo traveler, and counts New York City, Paris, Cape Town, Jaipur and Marrakesh as favorite destinations. "I travel because like all experiences, it feeds into and contributes vastly to my practice. I have had trips which form entire bodies of work from from a single experience or color."
“When I first saw the speaker lineup it just seemed so clueless"
My team makes a ridiculous effort to do representative coverage, but that was near impossible for #CES2018
Thanks @jenny_rooney for highlighting the women doing something about it.
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Selecting a term
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