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Mercedes-Benz MBUX infotainment system a ‘revolution’ with AI, natural language, and more

Mercedes has unveiled the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), its completely new infotainment platform, at CES 2018, where we got an in-depth look at the technology. The MBUX system will be included as standard equipment in the maker’s upcoming A-Class, it announced

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Dell XPS 15 goes 2-in-1 with CES 2018 refresh

Shortly before CES kicked off, Dell unveiled its new XPS 13 refresh. Now that the show is underway, Dell is showing off that new notebook the floor, but it also had another, arguably bigger, reveal in store

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Ripple will not supplant Bitcoin if its price hits $7

CNBC’s report on Ripple and Bitcoin this week continues to take effect in hereto unforeseen ways. We spoke yesterday about the segment on “Fast Money” that used the trade site Poloniex to buy one massive amount of Ripple at one time, live on television. Today we’re having a chat about what’s wrong with the way in which the traditional approach … Continue reading

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Philips Hue, Razer Chroma turn gaming rooms into colorful warzones

It might break the stereotype, but gamers love colors.

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Insta360 Nano S adds 360-degree video chat to any iPhone

Insta360 started off as a small company with an almost odd product: a 360-degree camera that you attach to the bottom of an iPhone, forcing you to use the iPhone upside down. In a little over a year’s time, the brand has exploded into the 360-degree camera scene, embraced Android phones, and even put out an even stranger Insta360 ONE … Continue reading

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SpaceX Falcon 9 successfully launches secret Zuma mission into orbit

SpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket and stuck the landing again to reuse the first stage of the rocket.

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VW’s Microbus EV will have an NVIDIA-powered AI co-pilot

Volkswagen’s I.D.

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Wemo Bridge adds HomeKit to smart plugs and switches

Wemo is adding Apple HomeKit support, with the new Wemo Bridge joining the gap between the iOS smart home system and its remotely-controlled plugs and light switches. Announced last year, Wemo has confirmed today at CES 2018 that the Wemo Bridge is now on sale.

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Fitbit invests $6M in Sano glucose-monitoring, hinting at future features

Wearables-maker Fitbit offers a range of devices with a strong focus on fitness, but there’s a strong indicator the company will soon strengthen its health features.

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Fortnite downtime blamed on patches for Meltdown vulnerability

While the recent Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities are causing wide-ranging effects on the computing and tech industries as a whole, gamers may start noticing a direct impact on their favorite hobby as well. Fortnite publisher and developer Epic Games has revealed that the multiplayer survival game may start experiencing a number of issues over the next week, including downtime, … Continue reading

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