Express Reading: Smart cars, iPhone controls and Intel Edison

Updated: Jan 12 2014, 18:56pm hrs
Smart carsEach week we bring you the best tech reads from around the web.
Each week we bring you the best tech reads from around the web. This weeks readings are centered on CES, CES and loads from CES. Happy Reading!

1. Self-Driving Cars: INSIDE THE ROAD REVOLUTION: Definitely the best tech story relating to innovation happening around self driving cars. Chris Tunnert takes us on a ride.

2. LinkedIn sues to stop bots from stealing its user profiles: Details about LinkedIn's complaints about bots being used to create fake profiles of users in order to offer a better recruiting product.

3. Three Big Ideas for Post-Smatrphone Design, From the Mind Behind Beats by Dre: Kyle Vanhemert gets some inside details from GigaOm's Design Conference and three big design awards by Robert Brunner.

4. They're multiplying! 3-D printers go big and small: CES 2014 demonstrated a lot from the world of 3-D Printers. Here's a lowdown on all of them by NBC News' Devin Coldewey.

5. Razer reveals Project Christine, a modular concept PC focused on easy upgrades: Polygon takes a look at Razer's Modular PC for Gamers.

6. 2014: The year of the iPhone-controlled everything: You can do a lot with your iPhone and if you are wondering what, Ben Lovejoy has the details.

7. Intel looks to Edison for its (wearable) future: A quick rundown from Intel's CES keynote about wearable tech and use of SD card-size Edison for computing.

8. Forrester: Microsoft is beating Apple and Samsung in the battle for consumer mindshare: If you forgot Microsoft from CES, here's an interesting story about Microsoft beating Apple and Samsung in consumer mindshare.

Compiled by Karthekayan Iyer