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By: Andrew Krok

ITM removes the need to attach an EZPass or FasTrak to your windshield.

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By: Edward Moyer

Why? Because the digital era has made crime easier than ever, says a new report from McAfee and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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By: Scott Stein

Heart-rate-sensing games, audio feedback loops, and dangly food helmets: Welcome to Game Night 2018.

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By: Amanda Kooser

NASA's Phoenix lander is long dead and now the Martian elements are giving it a good dusting over.

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

Pups are peeing on the computers and life at Pied Piper is pretty much its normal chaotic state as season 5 approaches.

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By: Eric Mack

Scientists have looked into the feasibility of lovable droids like BB-8 and R2-D2, and find they're good for more than just pushing a plot forward.

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

It’s probably not a stretch to say that the droids of Star Wars, like R2-D2 or C-3P0, are some of the most famous robots in science fiction. But how feasible are these iconic droids in real life? Robin R. Murphy, a researcher at Texas A&M...

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By: John Falcone

The company is adapting the first book in Iain M. Banks' Culture series for Prime Video.

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By: Lori Grunin

The company released a headset reference design based around its latest chip for phones and standalone headsets for all your realities.

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By: Morgan Little

If a follower is a bot, was it ever really a follower? In a move it says is "without political bias," Twitter purged accounts that couldn't prove they're human.

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Cnet
By: Morgan Little

If a follower's a bot, were they ever a follower at all?

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Mashable
By: Kerry Flynn

Hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of Twitter users were locked out of their accounts Tuesday night, inspiring the hashtag #TwitterLockout. The reason is unclear but evidence suggests a bot purge that may have flagged certain accounts inaccurately....

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By: Kyle Hyatt

Volvo tells us there will absolutely be a Cross Country version of the new V60.

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If you're interested in a car subscription from Volvo, but you're not a fan of SUVs, the Swedish automaker just announced that its new V60 wagon will be available with the service called Car by Volvo.

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Cnet
By: Steven Ewing

Gorgeous, functional and packed with tech. Volvo's new longroof checks all the right boxes.

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Autoblog
By: Dan Trent

Filed under: Green,Volvo,Wagon,Luxury,Performance Hybrid powertrains, sleek new looks, safety tech galore and, wait, 0-62 mph in 4.8 seconds? You'd better believe it!Continue reading 2019 Volvo V60 | A new twist on the...

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TheVerge
By: Zac Estrada

Volvo is synonymous with wagons and practical transportation, but it has also made a name for itself in recent years with sleek designs. The new version of the V60 wagon carries over the theme set by the large V90 wagon that debuted two years...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Krok

Fitting, since that's where the new sedans will be produced.

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

T'Challa's world, and the huge crowds eager to visit it, inspire a voter-registration drive dubbed "Wakanda the Vote."

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By: Richard Nieva

The social network’s big conference is where CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives his biggest speech of the year.

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Tech Crunch
By: Lucas Matney

 Facebook has just opened up registration for its annual F8 developer conference. Last year, Zuck and company talked about augmented reality, brain-computer interfaces and a complete rewrite of its React framework. Facebook has had turbulent...

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By: Andrew Krok

It's just a set of chairs built into the cargo area, but I'm surprised nobody's done this before.

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By: Megan Wollerton

A free software update turns your Nest Cam IQ Indoor into a Google Assistant speaker.

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Arstechnica
By: Ron Amadeo

Enlarge / The Nest Cam IQ. The blue glow means it's recording. (credit: Ron Amadeo) Google clearly has a goal of putting the Google Assistant just about everywhere. Today you can find it in smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, watches, smart...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Smart home company Nest today announced that a promised Google Assistant update for its Cam IQ security camera has now arrived, which brings Google’s voice-based artificial intelligence platform to the indoor version of the camera. Nest...

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Fast Company
By: Harry McCracken

Back in October, smart-home pioneer Nest announced that it was working on emedding the Google Assistant into its Nest Cam IQ. That feature is arriving today as a free software update that will let you treat that top-of-the-line security camera much...

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Tech Crunch
By: Greg Kumparak

 After Google announced earlier this month that it was going to wrap Nest back into Google’s hardware operation, everyone figured we’d see a bit more overlap between the two. Sure enough, just two weeks later: the Nest Cam IQ Indoor ...

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The Nest Cam IQ is the smartest camera in the company's security-oriented lineup, and now it's even smarter. Today, Nest announced that the Cam IQ natively supports Google Assistant, thanks to an over-the-air update. It's important to ...

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By: Sean Hollister

For $35 a month, the beta version of this game streaming service needs to stop tripping over itself.

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By: Amanda Kooser

"Danger, Will Robinson!" The date-announcement teaser for Netflix's "Lost in Space" remake features a creepy Robot voice.

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Netflix's Lost in Space remake has been a long, long time in coming (word broke of it back in 2015), but it's finally here... almost. The streaming service has revealed that the sci-fi show will debut on April 13th, 2018, and has offered a ...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak

Netflix has released the first look at its upcoming reboot of the classic science fiction TV series Lost in Space, which will debut on the service on April 13th. The company announced the revival in 2016. The show will keep the premise of the...

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By: Andrew Krok

It's lighter and more powerful, which is par for the course for a special-edition Ferrari.

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By: Andrew Krok

Bright green flames are an interesting choice for camouflage.

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By: Alfred Ng

Conspiracy theories surrounding survivors from the Florida school shooting are reaching thousands on Facebook, and at one point propelled the top trending video on YouTube.

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

YouTube’s number one trending video this morning was based on a false conspiracy theory suggesting a survivor of the Parkland high school shooting is an actor. The company removed the video today after it received more than 200,000 views. The...

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By: Dan Ackerman

Parent company Dish claims 47 percent growth during 2017.

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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Dish-owned streaming TV service Sling TV now has 2.21 million subscribers at the end of the fourth quarter, the company announced this morning. This is the first time that Dish has broken out its Sling TV subscribers separately from its larger ...

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Fast Company
By: Jared Newman

Dish Network has announced Sling TV subscriber numbers for the first time, revealing that the streaming TV service had 2.2 million subscribers by the end of 2017. That’s up 47% year-over-year, which means Sling had about 1.5 million...

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With how popular cord-cutting is, you'd think more services would be keen to share their subscriber stats. Dish pulled back the curtain today and revealed that its Sling TV service has some 2.2 million folks paying for the service. That's...

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By: Andrew Krok

The vulnerability has already been addressed, thankfully.

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By: Ashley Esqueda

In our first progress report, we grade the league's clarity, quality, consistency, accessibility and engagement.

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By: Rick Broida

If Alexa isn't fitting well with your decor, wrap her in a lovely sleeve of Toast. Plus: return of the $10 label-maker!

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By: Eric Mack

It will be at least one more day before Elon Musk's planned "Starlink" global internet service gets off the ground aboard a Falcon 9 rocket.

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By: Alfred Ng

ARM is introducing a new line of chips called Kigen, that will allow for SIM cards in IoT devices. That means connecting online without Wi-Fi, and possibly through 5G.

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By: Eric Franklin

Commentary: CNET's Eric Franklin, a lifelong comics fan, will go back to the theater over and over to relive these parts of "Black Panther." Warning: Spoilers, and tears, ahead.

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By: Mark Serrels

Here's how Dogecoin went from a joke-equivalent of bitcoin to one of the world's most valuable cryptocurrencies -- before it all came crashing down.

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By: Scott Stein

Ministry of Supply's thermostat-equipped Mercury Intelligent Heated Jacket promises to be ready by the holiday. Here's what it's like to wear.

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By: Richard Trenholm

The navigation app is launching a new flexible bus service, but says it has "more imagination" than rivalling Uber.

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By: Richard Trenholm

The streaming service is looking for its next smash hit.

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Hi there! Watching the PyeongChang Winter Olympics? Been watching them in VR? We have. We also have news of a Burnout comeback (The Best Driving Game) and Amazon brings its Prime rewards to Whole Foods shoppers.

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By: Jessica Dolcourt

We find the best replacements for your favorite features.

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By: Dara Kerr

The ride-hailing company says it's up to 50 percent cheaper than regular Pool. So that means it costs… about the same as a bus.

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After being piloted in Boston and San Francisco, Uber is officially launching Express Pool in those two cities along with Los Angeles, DC, Miami, San Diego, Philadelphia and Denver. The ride-hailing company plans on launching the service in more...

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Mashable
By: Pete Pachal

Uber just discovered a new activity to integrate into its app: walking. Yes, using your feet is an essential ingredient in Uber Express Pool, a new option users in select cities will begin seeing in the Uber app. Similar to  standard Pool,...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins

UberPool has long occupied a weird place in the ride-hailing company’s lineup of services. Riders love it because its so cheap, but drivers hate it because of the stress of ferrying multiple passengers to a variety of destinations. And the...

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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington

 Uber has launched Uber Express POOL officially after a lengthy trial period that kicked off in San Francisco last November, and has until now remained available only in that market. Starting today, it’s coming to DC, LA, Miami,...

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

The service has been trialed in San Fransisco since last November, but starting today it rolls out in Denver, Miami, D.C., Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and San Diego, with rollout to other cities coming in the near future, reports TechCrunch. The ...

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By: Mike Sorrentino

The limited edition statue is designed by special make-up effects creator Rick Baker.

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By: Steven Musil

The metal is essential to production of batteries for smartphones and electric cars.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

The mineral is used in the lithium-ion batteries that power devices ranging from smartphones to electric cars. As more things like cars go electric–thus increasing the need for cobalt–companies are increasingly worried that there could ...

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By: Roger Cheng

Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas, are the first of a dozen markets to get 5G later this year.

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AT&T is finally willing to say exactly where you'll see mobile 5G in 2018. The carrier has confirmed that "parts" of Atlanta, Waco and its home turf of Dallas will adopt the standards-based service when it goes live before...

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Mashable
By: Monica Chin

Internet speeds are about to get way faster in many U.S. cities. AT&T announced on Wednesday the first locations that will receive its new mobile 5G network. The company says a dozen cities will receive the new, lightning-fast internet including ...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Following AT&T’s pledge last month to build out a true 5G network by the end of the year, the telecom has announced its first three of 12 locations that will get standards-based, mobile 5G by the end of the year. The company says two Texas...

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By: Marguerite Reardon

AT&T won't get access to communications between the Justice Department and President Trump it claims influenced the decision to block its merger with Time Warner.

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The New York Times
By: CECILIA KANG

The decision by a federal judge hampers the company’s argument that politics influenced the government’s move to block its $85 billion merger with Time Warner.

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Cnet
By: Marguerite Reardon

AT&T won't get access to communications between the Justice Department and President Trump it claims influenced the decision to block its merger with Time Warner.

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After the Department of Justice filed suit last November to block AT&T's intended $85 billion merger with Time Warner, the telecom giant wanted to find out how much the White House was involved. The company had good reason to wonder how ...

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

In an important early decision in the case, the judge presiding over the Justice Department’s attempt to block the AT&T–Time Warner merger has ruled that the White House’s private communications on the merger will not be released. Judge...

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Arstechnica
By: Jon Brodkin

Enlarge (credit: Mike Mozart) AT&T's court defense of its merger with Time Warner Inc. suffered a blow today, as a judge ruled against AT&T's attempt to find evidence that President Trump meddled in the government's merger review. AT&T ...

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

The show's geeks will do anything to meet the Microsoft co-founder -- even though he's gotten punchy with Sheldon before.

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TheVerge
By: Tom Warren

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will appear as himself on The Big Bang Theory next month. The episode, which CNN reports will air in late March, will see Penny (Kaley Cuoco) hosting Gates at work, with her friends trying to do everything to meet...

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

And he’ll star as himself, reports CNN. In the episode, Kaley Cuoco’s Penny character will host Gates at her workplace, while her friends spend their time attempting to meet the Microsoft founder. With his appearance, Gates joins the...

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By: Kyle Hyatt

The Japanese automaker is investing heavily in a new test facility in its home prefecture in Japan.

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By: Kyle Hyatt

Its new magnet technology dramatically reduces the need for expensive rare-earth minerals with little to no drop in performance.

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By: Chris Matyszczyk

Commentary: "The Push" tries to see if social pressure can convince someone to commit murder.

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TheVerge
By: Laura Hudson

Reality shows, on the whole, have never been particularly ethical endeavors. From beauty pageants where women got plastic surgery makeovers to substance abuse intervention shows that allowed participants to drive under the influence of drugs and...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ryan Roschke

On Tuesday, Netflix released a trailer for a new show called The Push. "Chris is enmeshed in a web of lies, and that's important," says the voice of Derren Brown, a British psychological illusionist. "I need him to feel like there's no way out when...

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Cnet
By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

Matt and Ross Duffer, the creators of the supernatural streaming hit, won't be moving out of Hawkins, Ind.

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We haven't heard much about the next season of Stranger Things, but a rumor on Moviefone.com indicated that its directors, Ross and Matt Duffer, will be less involved after season three wraps up. This evening, Netflix tweeted "Rumors that...

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By: Amanda Kooser

Humans are still in charge in a new video showing Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robo-dog getting yanked around with a hockey stick and a butt leash.

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Are you looking for the exact moment when the robots decide to turn on their human creators? You might want to mark this day on your calendar. Boston Dynamics has posted video of a SpotMini test where it gauged the bot's ability to adjust to...

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TheVerge
By: Natt Garun

It was only a mere week ago that the world got to see what Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini robot dog has been up to. Not only did it make a new friend, it also learned how to open doors for said friend. How sweet. A followup video posted today by the...

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By: Mike Sorrentino

FurReal Friends Ultimate Co-pilot Chewbacca responds to your voice and touch and looks so cute when sleeping.

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Cnet
By: Amanda Kooser

Keep your porg warm in a cozy pet cave that can also wrap your cat or dog in the warm embrace of the Death Star.

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By: Caitlin Petrakovitz

Seriously McD's, stop toying with us. Either release The Sauce, or don't.

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By: Abrar Al-Heeti

A study suggests take-home robots can help patients with COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stay on track.

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By: Andrew Krok

It's got more of what matters -- NACA ducts, mostly.

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Autoblog
By: Jonathon Ramsey

Filed under: Geneva Motor Show,Porsche,Coupe,Luxury,Performance,Specialty Porsche unveils the 2019 GT3 RS with 520 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque, the most powerful naturally-aspirated engine in a road-legal Porsche.Continue reading...

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By: Mike Sorrentino

The powered-up role-playing item includes sounds from "Avengers: Infinity War," Infinity Stones and articulated fingers.

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By: Eric Mack

The first "Starlink" satellites are set to launch aboard a Falcon 9 on Wednesday. It could be the start of a whole new way to share Elon Musk memes.

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By: Gordon Gottsegen

Everything from colors, camera upgrades to internal components are potentially exposed in this German report.

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

By the time Samsung’s Unpacked event for the Galaxy S9 rolls around, there will be very little (if anything) left to the imagination. We know what it’ll look like, what the specs are, and even have a good idea of the release date. You’ll...