Nick Mokey

Nick Mokey

As Digital Trends’ Managing Editor, Nick Mokey oversees more than 25 full-time editorial employees delivering definitive reviews, enlightening buying guides, and incisive analysis. His decade-long career at the company has seen him writing, editing, managing, hosting videos, guiding conference tours, moderating panels, and presenting Tech Talks to companies including Microsoft and GM. He never met a headline he couldn’t tighten up. Offline, you can find Nick hiking, biking, riding motorcycles, woodworking, or puttering down forest roads in the 4x4 camping van he imported from Japan. He grew up in Rochester, NY, holds a degree in Magazine Journalism from Syracuse University, and still drinks Genesee beer.

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An electric Hummer means ‘watt guzzlers’ are here. That’s a good thing

Monstrous EVs like the Hummer don't sip watts, but they bring a new crowd, and an improvement on gas guzzlers.
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The best concept cars of CES 2020: Audi, Sony, Mercedes, and more

Wild concept cars are one of our favorite parts of CES, and carmakers did not disappoint in 2020. From an Avatar-inspired car to the first-ever car from Sony, these were the concepts that caught our eye.
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The best cars of CES 2020: Fisker, Faraday Future, and Byton M-Byte

CES is a car show now, and the best cars of CES 2020 boast everything from gigantic dashboard-sized screens to autonomous driving, lounge-like interiors, and outrageous performance.
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Damon’s Hypersport shape-shifting motorcycle made me feel like a kid again

Sportbike or cruiser? Damon’s shape-shifting Hypersport has the ability to transform between both. With the press of a button, its windscreen, seat, handlebars and foot pegs all adjust for your comfort.
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In America, houses charge EVs. At CES 2020, EVs charge houses

Bidirectional charging was always one of the great promises of EVs, but very few chargers have supported it -- until now. The Wallbox Quasar is a handsome residential charger that lets your EV power your home.
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Hyundai S-A1 flying taxis could take flight by 2023 for Uber elevate

At CES 2020, Hyundai announced the S-A1, a drone-like flying taxi that it hopes will take to the skies by 2023, along with ground-based pod cars that would shuttle riders between landing pads.