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This is the 2019 Camaro: Turbo 1LE, controversial 455hp SS, more

Chevrolet has revealed its redesigned 2019 Camaro, adding a new turbocharged engine and some controversial new front-end styling. Designed to better differentiate the line-up, from the entry-level Camaro LS through to the 455 horsepower Camaro SS, the updated design comes with new cabin and active safety tech, among other things

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Parent groups say YouTube defies underage data-collection laws

The Federal Trade Commission has been asked to, once again, investigate Google's practices around its YouTube Kids platform. A group of child-safety organizations accuse the search giant of violating child protection laws by collecting data, and usin...

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NASA video shows off crash test dummies

It’s easy to think of NASA solely as a space exploration outfit, but it does a lot more than that. NASA also does lots of testing for aircraft of different sorts to help design better safety systems to help people survive crashes and accidents

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YouTube hit with FTC complaint over child privacy violations

In no small thanks to Facebook’s blunder, tech companies, especially the big ones, have come under increased scrutiny over their handling of user data. Considering how it makes much of its revenue from advertising, Google and its businesses are a prime target for such investigations

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Buzz Aldrin passes lie detector tests over seeing UFOs

UFOs are real and there is life out there. That might be the conclusion some will reach upon hearing that news that Buzz Aldrin, the second man to set foot on the moon, and two other deceased astronauts passed lie detector tests over what they saw during their space missions. Of course, that only means they were completely convinced about … Continue reading

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Windows 10 Spring Creators Update web search controls are broken

Another major Windows 10 update, another potential privacy lapse. Although it does seem to respond to criticisms about privacy policies and options, Microsoft can’t seem to avoid making blunders in the first place. More often than not, its policies are clearly made to turn or force users to its services.

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Woz drops Facebook, willing to pay for ad-free option

He may not be as high-profile as the late Steve Jobs, but “the other Steve” Apple co-founder does leave an impression whenever he speaks. Especially when says that he’s leaving Facebook.

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We’d jump on this Amazon Fire TV 4K deal: Here’s why

If you’ve been thinking of getting on the streaming video train, today might be the day for it. Amazon is running a limited time promotion on two of its most popular set-top boxes, the Amazon Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD. Both are reduced to some of the cheapest pricing we’ve seen so far

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California considers allowing driverless cars to conduct passenger tests

California is one of the hotbeds for driverless car technology, and the state continues to push its development forward. Just recently, rules went into effect that allow carmakers and tech companies to begin testing fully autonomous vehicles on public roads without a backup driver present

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Black Panther tops Titanic as US’s third-biggest box office hit

The success of Marvel’s Black Panther, both critically and financially, continues to grow, with the movie’s latest milestone falling into the latter category.

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