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Japan Promises to Make 2020 Olympics a High-Tech Fest of Self-Driving Cars, 5G Networks and More

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When Japan was announced as the host of the 2020 Olympics last month, it brought about a new wave of concern over the ongoing environmental crisis at Fukushima. As the government pushes for an end to the leaks at the nuclear power plant, the organizers of the 2020 Olympics have another focus: to make the event a spectacular display of the country’s technological prowess on a par with the 1964 games. Tech companies from around Japan have already begun to showcase the amazing developments they hope to have in place in just seven years time, and from self-driving cars to a cellular network 100 times faster than LTE, and “Super Hi-Vision” 8K broadcast quality, the games promise to be quite the event for tech-geeks and sports fans alike.

Nissan Adds EV Quick Charging Stations at More than 100 U.S. Dealerships

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DC quick chargers are set to revolutionize the electric vehicle segment, because they will dramatically drop the amount of time it takes to re-charge an EV. Nissan has announced plans to install the new quick chargers at over 100 dealerships across the U.S. in an effort to speed the expansion of electric vehicle charging.

Nissan Unveils BladeGlider Electric Vehicle Ahead of Tokyo Motor Show Debut

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Nissan just took the wraps off its new BladeGlider EV concept, which is set to debut later this month at the Tokyo Motor Show. The three-seater electric vehicle features closely-set front wheels to reduce drag and enhance maneuverability for high-G cornering power, which is further assisted by its 30/70 front/rear weight distribution ratio. The concept has roots in two aerial images: the soaring, silent, panoramic freedom of a glider and the triangular shape of high-performance “swept wing” aircraft.