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Byton’s massive 48-inch dashboard screen will also be used in its electric SUV

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Byton was the darling of CES last year, showing off its never-ending dashboard screen and other touchscreens on practically every surface of the Chinese’s company first all-electric car, the M-Byte. Now we know that nearly all designs from the prototype car will actually be made, including that massive 48-inch end-to-end screen up front.

This week Byton showed an interior glimpse into the final design of the cars as the first electric SUVs are made in China. The $45,000-starting-price car…

Byton’s massive 48-inch dashboard screen will also be used in its electric SUV

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Byton was the darling of CES last year, showing off its never-ending dashboard screen and other touchscreens on practically every surface of the Chinese’s company first all-electric car, the M-Byte. Now we know that nearly all designs from the prototype car will actually be made, including that massive 48-inch end-to-end screen up front.

This week Byton showed an interior glimpse into the final design of the cars as the first electric SUVs are made in China. The $45,000-starting-price car…

Waymo doesn’t want its self-driving cars to annoy the hell out of you

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It’s all about balance when it comes to riding in self-driving cars. 

The sensor-loaded cars pick up so much more information than a human driver can, what with their cameras, radar, LiDAR, and other sensing equipment. But that doesn’t mean passengers want to know about each and every cyclist changing lanes, pedestrian crossing the street, or construction zone cone blocking the road. 

So the first companies to offer a self-driving car service — like Waymo, the Google autonomous car…

Waymo doesn’t want its self-driving cars to annoy the hell out of you

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It’s all about balance when it comes to riding in self-driving cars. 

The sensor-loaded cars pick up so much more information than a human driver can, what with their cameras, radar, LiDAR, and other sensing equipment. But that doesn’t mean passengers want to know about each and every cyclist changing lanes, pedestrian crossing the street, or construction zone cone blocking the road. 

So the first companies to offer a self-driving car service — like Waymo, the Google autonomous car…

Waymo doesn’t want its self-driving cars to annoy the hell out of you

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It’s all about balance when it comes to riding in self-driving cars. 

The sensor-loaded cars pick up so much more information than a human driver can, what with their cameras, radar, LiDAR, and other sensing equipment. But that doesn’t mean passengers want to know about each and every cyclist changing lanes, pedestrian crossing the street, or construction zone cone blocking the road. 

So the first companies to offer a self-driving car service — like Waymo, the Google autonomous car…

Waymo doesn’t want its self-driving cars to annoy the hell out of you

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It’s all about balance when it comes to riding in self-driving cars. 

The sensor-loaded cars pick up so much more information than a human driver can, what with their cameras, radar, LiDAR, and other sensing equipment. But that doesn’t mean passengers want to know about each and every cyclist changing lanes, pedestrian crossing the street, or construction zone cone blocking the road. 

So the first companies to offer a self-driving car service — like Waymo, the Google autonomous car…

Waymo doesn’t want its self-driving cars to annoy the hell out of you

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It’s all about balance when it comes to riding in self-driving cars. 

The sensor-loaded cars pick up so much more information than a human driver can, what with their cameras, radar, LiDAR, and other sensing equipment. But that doesn’t mean passengers want to know about each and every cyclist changing lanes, pedestrian crossing the street, or construction zone cone blocking the road. 

So the first companies to offer a self-driving car service — like Waymo, the Google autonomous car…

HP adorns its Envy laptops with wood

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If you’re looking for a laptop with premium materials, you might check out the offerings of HP, which has lately been enthusiastic about the idea. 

After launching a fancy leather-clad HP Spectre Folio last year, the company has now embraced wood for its Envy line of devices. 

The devices which can be had with woody details are the Envy 13, Envy x360 13, Envy x360 15 and the Envy 17. They’re otherwise the same as the previously announced metal versions, but you can now get them with the…

HP adorns its Envy laptops with wood

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If you’re looking for a laptop with premium materials, you might check out the offerings of HP, which has lately been enthusiastic about the idea. 

After launching a fancy leather-clad HP Spectre Folio last year, the company has now embraced wood for its Envy line of devices. 

The devices which can be had with woody details are the Envy 13, Envy x360 13, Envy x360 15 and the Envy 17. They’re otherwise the same as the previously announced metal versions, but you can now get them with the…

HP adorns its Envy laptops with wood

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If you’re looking for a laptop with premium materials, you might check out the offerings of HP, which has lately been enthusiastic about the idea. 

After launching a fancy leather-clad HP Spectre Folio last year, the company has now embraced wood for its Envy line of devices. 

The devices which can be had with woody details are the Envy 13, Envy x360 13, Envy x360 15 and the Envy 17. They’re otherwise the same as the previously announced metal versions, but you can now get them with the…