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January 4th, 2016


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Five stories to start your day

  1. LG made an 18-inch display you can roll up like a newspaper

    LG Display has a prototype 18-inch screen it's showing off at the Consumer Electronics Show this week that rolls up like a piece of paper. The technology builds on LG's forward-looking OLED work...

  2. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 tablet transforms into a laptop, projector, and 3D camera

    Every laptop maker is trying to create the perfect tablet that does a little more than the usual, and now Lenovo has a fresh take on the formula. At CES today, Lenovo is introducing the ThinkPad X1...

  3. Ford is finally adding CarPlay and Android Auto to its cars

    Ford has long indicated that CarPlay and Android Auto were part of its long-term infotainment strategy, but only now are we learning the actual game plan: both platforms will finally be coming this...

  4. Tesla delivered just 208 of its Model X crossovers last quarter

    Tesla's Model X crossover finally arrived this fall after being delayed from its initially-planned 2013 launch, but only a scarce few actually got the highly-anticipated vehicles in their...

  5. Here are official photos of Samsung's crazy fridge with a giant touchscreen

    CES hasn't started yet, but Samsung was apparently so eager to show off its new, exceptionally odd fridge/smartphone hybrid that it posted a few official photos online. Alongside a variety of other...

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