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The adorable Mahindra Roxor just ran into Jeep’s furious legal team

Mahindra’s Roxor may have charmed Jeep Wrangler purists with its boxy design and off-road promise, but Fiat Chrysler’s legal team isn’t so impressed. The American automaker has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission, arguing that the Roxor is infringing on intellectual property around the Jeep brand and design. Indeed, FCA won’t settle for anything less than Roxor … Continue reading

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 PS4 beta is live: here’s what you should know

Can’t wait for the latest installment in the wildly successful Call of Duty franchise? Though Black Ops 4 won’t be released until October, some lucky fans get early access via the game beta, the codes for which are rolling out now. Activision has announced their launch, explaining that PlayStation 4 owners should receive them in an email

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Captain Picard is back: Patrick Stewart confirms new CBS Star Trek series

Captain Jean-Luc Picard is to return, with Sir Patrick Stewart again to star as the iconic Star Trek character in a new series. The show, as-yet untitled, will be made for CBS All Access, with Stewart confirming the news today on his Twitter account and in an announcement at the Star Trek convention. Chatter of a potential return for the … Continue reading

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Octopath Traveler hits 1 million shipments worldwide

Octopath Traveler is a game that had a lot of excitement backing it before its launch back in July.

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DNC advisory warns Democrats to avoid Huawei and ZTE phones

The Democratic National Committee has advised Democrats and their staff to avoid purchasing and/or using smartphones made by ZTE and Huawei, both Chinese companies, citing potential security concerns.

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US Thule Air Base wasn’t hit by a meteor, but it was close

Exaggerated reports appeared earlier this week claiming a US Air Base in Greenland had been struck by a meteor. That’s not true, the Air Force has said, but it did confirm that a meteor hit miles away with considerable force. The event happened in late July, but went mostly unnoticed until Australian media picked up the story

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These nine American astronauts will make commercial spaceflight history

NASA has revealed the nine astronauts who will man the first commercial spaceflights, as the US prepares to once again begin launching manned missions after retiring the Space Shuttle. The crews will be split between two of the commercial projects NASA is counting on to make space travel more accessible and, vitally, more affordable. One of those is SpaceX, Elon … Continue reading

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Canon Zoemini photo printer is smaller than your smartphone

Everything old is new again. Despite the popularity of digital photos posted on social media, printed photos are still a thing

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Comcast Xfinity X1 to add Amazon Prime Video this year

Comcast has teamed up with Amazon to offer Prime Video on its Xfinity X1 platform, giving subscribers direct access to the video streaming service. This is the first time Amazon Prime Video will be available on an MVPD platform in the United States, according to Comcast, which says its customers will be able to control the video app using the … Continue reading

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Ford Ranger will monitor blind spots around your trailer

All vehicles have blind spots, those areas where a big car can hide on the highway making accidents more likely.

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