CES 2013 is a memory now, but we're still thinking about one particular category of futuristic gadgetry that stood out: automotive tech.
Your personal idea of the car of the future usually depends on what you were watching on TV and in the movies as a kid. You might imagine a modified DeLorean that just needs a little plutonium and a flux capacitor to get it going, or a near-autonomous glass-encased flying bubble car from which to eject your children to school each morning like on The Jetsons.
Sadly, no developer unveiled a flying car this year, but between driverless cars and cars with built-in or add-on apps that connect you to the Internet and features like social networks, real-time gas prices and streaming audio, it's clear the car of the future is here now.
Missed last week's episode on connected TVs? Catch it here.