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    Dialogue Technology Corp. may not be pioneering the notion that a high-tech item can be stylish, but its Flybook is the first computer to be carried by Barneys (www.barneys.com), a most fashionable retailer. This super-mini-notebook, priced at about $3,000, is lighter than any other laptop and has a screen that can rotate 180 degrees and fold flat, converting into a writing pad. It provides Wi-Fi Internet access anyplace in the world that receives cell phone signals (you also can use it as a phone), and its integrated GPS component ensures you never will become lost.

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    In May, the home of the American automobile will host three days of films, discussion panels, and...
    Photo by ALPINA Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH + Co. KG
    The refreshed coupe turned heads at the New York International Auto Show...
    With Formula-1 aerodynamics and a powerful engine, this so-called “daily driver” offers flagship-...
    The all-electric vehicle’s design is just practical enough to inspire hopes of production…
    Photo by Tom Ziora
    Truly a road-going racecar, we spent some quality time behind the wheel of the Mono…
    An improved power-to-weight ratio allows the car to reach a top speed of 217 mph…
    Photo by Michael Furman
    Vintage Porsches are ascending to new heights among collectors...
    McLaren, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Cadillac, and Lincoln, among others, made stunning showings…
    The $100,000 cruiser is tricked out with carbon fiber and solid performance for an electric two-...