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January 9, 2014
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A Range Rover Evoque with Valeo self-parking technology parks itself with no driver during a demonstration, at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 8, 2014.

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Google's Self-Driving Car Has No Steering Wheel or Pedals

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TheStreet (May 28, 2014) — Google is unveiling its own prototype of a self-driving car in which there's no steering wheel or pedals. Instead, the electric-powered car is driven solely through computers and sensors. The only manual controls are a stop/go button and an emergency button. Chris Urmson, director of Google's self-driving project said in a blog post that safety was the most important aspect of designing the prototype. He says the self-driving cars have sensors that remove blind spots and are able to detect objects that are more than two football fields away. The first vehicles have speed capped at 25 miles per hour. Inside, just two seats with seatbelts and a screen that show the route. Video provided by TheStreet
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Here's Why Pandora's Revenue Is About to Soar

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TheStreet (Jan. 14, 2014) — Pandora unveiled in-car advertising at CES to allow advertisers to have better targeting, and get a better return on investment. CFO Mike Herring talks about what led to this decision, as cars become the next big connected device. TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia reports from Las Vegas.
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Paper Thin Computer Debuts at CES

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Reuters (Jan. 11, 2013) — The word's first flexible computer made of paper has been unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The device comes from developers at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario and a company called Plastic Logic who say it represents the future of desk-top computing.
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