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    • The eye-popping gems of CES2019

      The eye-popping gems of CES2019

      The largest technology conference in the world - Consumer Electronics Show CES 2019, kicked off the year with a mouthwatering look at all the juicy cutting edge tech we can expect to follow. Covering over 2.9m square feet, the show presented to over 190, 000 attendees many evolutionary gadgets and technologies with the potential to change the lives of billions of people. With the nearly 1,200 new startups debuting products at the show, CES also became the largest incubator in the world.

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    • Hyundai Motor confirms executive reshuffle

      Hyundai Motor confirms executive reshuffle

      South Korean conglomerate Hyundai Motor Group shook up its executive ranks and appointed its first foreign head of research and development, raising expectations of a smooth transition of power at the family-run business empire. The executive position is given to Group President Albert Biermann, a German former BMW executive, who will replace longtime executives Yang Woong-chul and Kwon Moon-sik. 

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    • Hyundai ships 5,000 hydrogen fuel cell cars to France

      Hyundai ships 5,000 hydrogen fuel cell cars to France

      Hyundai Motor is reportedly getting ready to roll-out fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen infrastructure in France as it is planning on exporting 5,000 hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles to the EU country by 2025. The carmaker also plans to sign initial agreements with local companies to promote hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), the company said in a statement.

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    • 2.9m Hyundai, Kia vehicles to be recalled

      2.9m Hyundai, Kia vehicles to be recalled

      A nonprofit auto safety group is currently demanding that Hyundai and Kia recall 2.9m cars and SUVs in the US due to potential fire risk. According to The Center For Auto Safety more than 220 complaints have been addressed to the US government since 2010 about fires and another 200 complaints about melted wires as well as smoke and burning odors.

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