The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
British electronics maker Damson unveils two Bluetooth speakers at CES 2014, the Jetstream Midi and Large, which have the power to adjust their audio based on their surroundings.
Ask most people the best way to get from point A to point B quicker than the manufacturer could manage, and it's likely they'll tell you thatyou can't go wrong with a good-sized shove of extra power. But it's not always that simple. Big power in a chassis that can't handle it can actually slow you down.
Tuning company Stasis makes Audis go very, very quickly indeed. Its story starts in the 90's, with a couple of guys and a broken Audi.
It may be funny-looking, but in Nismo form the 2013 Nissan Juke is one heck of a fun hatchback, with excellent performance technology. Just budget a little more to replace the cabin electronics.
K-break specialise in VIP tuning. This style, focused on looks rather than on performance, has been linked with the Yakuza but is for anyone who wants to strike an imposing pose on the roads of Japan. We find out what it means to be VIP.
K-Break, in Japan, is a tuning house that's rather different to most. It's not all about power, but about looks.
The pricey 2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG is far more showpiece than practical everyday driver, but it makes quite an impression in its combination of old and new.
The latest update to desktop Firefox brings more Do Not Track options and more social networking integration, while Android Firefox gets open source fonts for easier reading on smartphone screens.
Some 34 percent of Facebook users spend less time on the site - boring! not useful! they say -- than they did six months ago, says a poll by Reuters and Ipsos.
Ford announced plans to quadruple the size of the team responsible for developing the in-car connectivity system and tweak its voice-activated Sync system to make it more usable.