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Tesla’s Autopilot 2.0 lawsuit settlement is one step closer [Updated]

A Tesla Autopilot class action suit is one step closer to settlement, with Model S and Model X owning plaintiffs agreeing to a cash payout having complained that the second-generation of the driver assistance technology had delays in its functionality being rolled out. The agreement, which is yet to be approved by the San Jose federal court judge overseeing the … Continue reading

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iPhone owners are about to reach a crossroads

At Display Week, Apple engineers took telling peeks at next-gen screen technologies of several telling sorts. Hardcore Apple devotees might find themselves at a crossroads in years to come, if what we’re seeing Apple look at this week gets utilized in future Apple product. Especially when it comes to those Apple fans who use the iPhone because they’ve always used … Continue reading

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Huawei bootloader unlocking codes are being eliminated

Huawei has announced that it will stop providing bootloader unlock codes for its future devices. The confirmation follows an issue Huawei/Honor handset owners were experiencing earlier this month in accessing the bootloader unlock codes page on the Huawei website

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Prehistoric dandruff found on tiny fossilized dinosaur

Researchers have discovered prehistoric dandruff in the fossil of a microraptor, a type of tiny dinosaur that was about the size of a crow and feasted on meat.

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Toyota just doubled-down on a hydrogen fuel cell EV future

Fuel cells may have not captured the EV market in the same way that hybrid and plug-in electric have so far, but that isn’t stopping Toyota from doubling-down on production as it increases its bet on hydrogen power. The company currently offers a single fuel cell powered car in the US, the Mirai sedan, though only a handful of dealers … Continue reading

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HTC U12+, VIVE Focus integration bridges the mobile, VR divide

HTC has just unveiled its 2018 flagship, the HTC U12+, proving that it’s not yet done in the mobile market. It is perhaps no coincidence that it scheduled that announcement mere days before its VIVE Ecosystem Conference (VEC). Because at its VR-centric event, it announced a reimagined VIVE Ecosystem and a new System Update 2.0 for the VIVE Focus which … Continue reading

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Snapchat Send and Request Location is thankfully less invasive

Snapchat seems to need no help from third-party actors to stir up controversy.

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NASA says commercial partnerships are “key” to its lunar ambitions

NASA has revealed an increased focus on commercial partnerships, calling this a key aspect of its goal of returning humans to the moon. According to the space agency, it will be expanding its commercial partnerships as part of a robotic lunar campaign comprising multiple missions. These missions will, among other things, deliver NASA tech and tools to the moon, where … Continue reading

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Siri at WWDC 2018: what it needs to be smarter

Apple’s annual developers’ conference is barely two weeks away and the Internet is already abuzz at what’s expected to make a big splash there.

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VPNFilter state-affiliated malware pose lethal threat to routers

It’s just been half a year since KRACK threatened almost any device that connects to Wi-Fi networks but now we may have something even more frightening.

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