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Volvo Car Mobility Launches M

Volvo Car Mobility has announced that it is launching a new brand that aims to expand its global mobility operations. Volvo says that the new brand will provide “dependable, on-demand access to cars and services through an intuitive app.” The new brand is called “M.” Volvo promises that M will learn about user needs, preferences, and habits to personalize the … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch games still have some 2018 surprises in store

If you’re a Super Smash Bros fan, then Nintendo’s E3 2018 presentation was likely super exciting.

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Google promises it doesn’t read your email without your consent

Your email might not be safe from prying eyes, whether you’re using Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, or Outlook.

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Jurassic World Evolution is so close to being the game I’ve waited years for

While movie tie-in games generally have a disappointing history, there’s definitely been a certain amount of excitement for Jurassic World Evolution that defies its status as one. Why wouldn’t there be?

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Icon BR resurrects old-school Ford Bronco

Icon makes some of the coolest and most expensive off-road vehicles out there. The company’s latest endeavor is the Icon BR. One glance at this and fans of the old Ford Bronco will recognize the shape of the vehicle.

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Nestle launches wind turbine farm as part of renewable energy plan

Nestle, a company heavily criticized for its freshwater practices, has announced the launch of a wind farm with nine turbines. This new wind farm is part of the company’s renewable energy effort, which has already resulted in a substantial part of Nestle’s energy usage being accounted for. The new wind turbine project is located in Scotland.

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Google Drive on Android adds password-protected Office file support

Google Drive, the Internet giant’s cloud storage service, recently received an app update for Android. The update was a minor one in terms of changes, bringing only some bug fixes and a single new feature: support for password-protected Microsoft Office files. The new support expands the service’s usefulness for businesses and schools, making it possible to view an encrypted Office … Continue reading

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PS Store summer sale 2018: this month’s big PS4 game deals arrive

Sony has officially taken the wraps off its PS Store summer sale 2018, the time during which it slaps a bunch of deep discounts on games for the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. As we’ve come to expect, Sony has some major discounts for big and small titles alike, some of them as much as 60-percent off, though you’ll need … Continue reading

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China Mobile ban in US likely with national security fears cited

Back in 2011, China Mobile took the first legal step to make its entrance in the US market, one that would allow it to offer wireless phone service to individuals within the nation. The Section 214 license application has been with the FCC for years, the agency having been tasked to seek info from the Executive Branch over whether authorizing … Continue reading

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These new Nintendo 2DS XL special editions come with bad news

Even though Nintendo didn’t have much to say about the 3DS during E3 2018, the company presses on with its limited-edition handheld releases. Today, Nintendo revealed three new 2DS XL variants that are due to launch in Japan later this year.

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