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We're all aglow this week with tech that glows.
The new Quant F prototype car uses flow battery technology to store energy in water.
Dashboard cameras are common to guard against disputes after accidents.
Car manufacturers rolled out a series of ever-larger cars and menacing trucks.
They're coming. Sooner than you might image: hydrogen-powered cars. But, wait, hydrogen? The stuff that blew up the Hindenburg? If we crash while driving one, won't we be driving little tiny Hindenburgs? Trace separates fact from premature freak-out.
Hydrogen makes up 75% of the universe, so it's everywhere, and in a lot of things besides water. While fueling your car with hydrogen might sound weird, it's not THAT weird, as Trace explains. Could this be the year hydrogen cars hit the open road?
At this year's Consumer Electronic Show, the Internet of Things is on display in a number of ways.
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