One of the innovations unveiled at CES is Dell's new Latitude 7285, a 2-in-1 laptop/tablet that can recharge itself wirelessly. The device uses WiTricity magnetic resonance wireless charging technology.
Despite the avalanche of talks and announcements, there were five major developments at CES 2017 that set the tone for which companies will advance quickly with their autonomous vehicle portfolios.
Silicon Valley and the auto industry are pushing to plug more technology into cars, from entertainment and information systems to the processing power and connectivity for self-driving.
Wires are being cut for everything from internet connections to earphones -- but still, almost every device needs to be plugged in at least once a day to charge. That may be about to change.
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