While lots of gadgets showcased at CES will grow up to become real products one day, others seem like they were dropped on Earth by alien spaceships.
Xiaomi is known as a jack of all trades; it has ventured from the smartphones we all know and love, to televisions, laptops, action cameras, fitness trackers, air purifiers, robot vacuums — we could go on and on. What matters now is Xiaomi just launched a full-fledged electric scooter, and it’s called Mijia.
The traffic situation in major metropolitan areas in the Philippines, particularly Metro Manila and Cebu City, could become more bearable in the future, thanks to a collaboration between the World Bank, the Philippine transportation authority, and Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing service.
Newly rebranded company Grab has offered several different modes of transportation in the Philippines: taxis, cars, motorbikes, and at one point, helicopters (they did!). But who would have thought they’d be offering something as medieval as horses?
Nothing, not even the fierce Detroit winter can get in the way of the annual exodus of automobile enthusiasts to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). I love cars, I’ve always been fascinated by them. I can talk confidently about driverless cars and am one hell of a parallel park-er. But if cars were video games, I’d be what you’d call a casual gamer, and maybe that’s why I am here.