The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
If dropping wearable tech into jewelry makes a lot of sense to you, you're in luck: Cuff is a company that's trying to think beyond watches, and aim for women's fashion.
The Shine is one of the most stylish and futuristic-looking wireless fitness trackers out there, but you're trading in extra versatility for minimalist style.
Fashionteq's new line of tech jewelry puts smartphone notifications on your wrist, your finger, or around your neck.
The Nanoe promises to keep more moisture in your hair than a standard dryer thanks to ionic technology.
This successful Kickstarter project lets you make anything from printed circuits to brass earrings and molds for precision parts.
At the 2014 Detroit auto show, Mercedes-Benz showed the latest generation of its highest-selling model, the C-Class, giving it high-tech features and new, down-sized engines.
A big, powerful, luxury cruiser, the 2014 Hyundai Equus competes very well among stalwarts in the segment, undercutting most in price, and offers some unique tech features to help the driver.
The 2014 Audi A7 TDI includes some of the best connected tech available today in an automobile, and those inclined to put up with a few diesel drivetrain quirks will be rewarded with significantly higher fuel economy than from the gasoline equivalent.
The LG 60PH6700 offers plenty of extras and a mostly good picture but the plasma competition is a little too fierce.
A new jewelry line on Kickstarter created by a biological electron microscopist immortalizes the beauty of the human chromosome.