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Three killed after gun battle on the Las Vegas strip

Three people were killed and at least three injured in a gun battle between moving vehicles that ultimately crashed at a busy intersection on the Las Vegas Strip, police have said.

A section of the as Vegas strip has been closed Credit: EBU

A total of five vehicles were involved in the crash, including a taxi that burst into flames and killed two people around 4.30 am local time, at Flamingo and Las Vegas boulevards, said Sergeant John Sheahan.

Several cars can be seen burnt out on the Las Vegas strip Credit: EBU

People in a Maserati and an SUV were exchanging gunfire before the Maserati hit the taxi, he said.

The Maserati driver, the taxi driver and a taxi passenger were killed.

Las Vegas cadet show unveils cars of the future

Driverless cars are being displayed at the world's biggest technology show in Las Vegas.

Google has been trailing its driverless cars for over two years but now the likes of Lexus, Audi and Volvo have produced their versions, bringing the technology one step closer to the roads. Lewis Vaughan Jones reports:

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Self-parking car shown off at CES

Audi's self-parking car uses ultrasound and on-board cameras to perform tricky manoeuvres without the need for human control.

Its 'park assist' system can handle parallel and perpendicular parking and notifies the driver with a dashboard message once it finds a space large enough.

Robot allows doctor to check on hospital patients remotely

In the future, patients in hospital may be attended to by robots instead of doctors or nurses. The invention will allow doctors who are not at the hospital to remotely check up on and speak to patients using a videolink.

Other gadgets include smart phone apps that keep track of the user's heart rate and blood pressure.

These are just some of the health-related inventions being showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

ITV News' correspondent Lewis Vaughan Jones reports:

Latest smart TVs unveiled at Las Vegas

A 56-inch, 4K OLED television set is displayed at the Panasonic booth during the first day of the CES in Las Vegas Credit: Steve Marcus / Reuters

The future of smart TVs were on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Singer Austin Renfroe and band members perform at the Intel booth Credit: Steve Marcus / Reuters

The world's largest consumer technology exhibition has been showcasing the latest in hardware devices. 20,000 products and prototypes have been unveiling, including new 45-inch TVs, new 20-inch tablets and the latest in sound engineering.

A man looks over a Panasonic 4K tablet featuring a 20-inch screen during the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Credit: Steve Marcus / Reuters

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The Kindle chopping board and a water-proof iPad at CES

A demonstration of celery being sliced on top of a Kindle protected with an Invisible Phone Guard (IPG) at the CES Credit: Reuters

Protection for the gadgets many of us already have at home has been popular at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

An iPad takes a dip into a bowl of water at the LifeProof booth at the CES Credit: Reuters
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