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2019 Nissan 370Z family starts at $29,990

Nissan has announced pricing and features of the 2019 370Z family that includes the coupe, NISMO, and Roadster. The base 370Z coupe starts at $29,990, the Roadster starts at $41,820, and the NISMO at $45,690.

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Chrome 67 prepares to kill passwords

Once the only way to protect accounts, be they online or offline, passwords are now seen more as a liability than an ally.

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AR Expeditions show it’s not all about fun and games

Virtual reality and, to a lesser extent, augmented reality have the connotation of mostly being about entertainment. The current selection of VR and AR experiences, plus the media and buzz surrounding them, do reinforce that misconception. That is why proponents like Google are trying to push new experiences that give these technologies a more serious tone

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Snapdragon 850 to power Dell Surface Phone, Windows 10 on ARM

Microsoft’s mobile strategy isn’t exactly the most consistent. It has all but officially put Windows 10 Mobile and all its smartphones under a bus but, at the same time, seem to be working on a slightly different angle to mobile computing.

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Comcast taps Fandango to sell movie tickets on X1 platform

Comcast has teamed up with Fandango to bring movie ticket purchasing to the Xfinity X1 platform. According to the service provider, the integration brings both showtimes and tickets to a user’s TV, enabling them to watch a movie’s trailer, find a theater, and buy tickets using Comcast’s system.

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Skydio R1’s first major update brings new cinematic modes

Drone company Skydio has announced its first major software update for R1, its “self-flying camera.” With this software update, which arrives today, Skydio R1 owners get access to a new feature called Car Follow that enables the drone to follow vehicles. That is joined by other new cinematic modes, improving the device’s usefulness as an aerial production camera.

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There’s more to AirPlay 2’s 3rd-party speaker support than this official list

Apple has confirmed which third-party connected speakers will be AirPlay 2 compatible, though the 33 models on the list isn’t quite the whole story. The new streaming functionality was added to iOS devices today as part of the iOS 11.4 release, allowing Apple’s HomePod speaker to integrate with a multi-room music setup, among other things. One of the elements of … Continue reading

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Moto Z3 Play official renders leak, 5G Moto Mod coming

Motorola has been uncharacteristically quiet this year. It announced the latest G and E series just last month and has nothing yet to show for its premium Z line.

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The most beefy Galaxy Note 9 revealed in leak

Behold, the most monstrous Samsung Galaxy Note 9 looks to have been leaked – in part. The tip today suggests that past is prologue, and that the last Galaxy Note, the Note 8, had a very similar most-massive device

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SlashGear’s E3 2018 Wishlist

E3 2018 is nearly upon us. We’re just a couple weeks away from the big show, and the stage is already set for a lot of major publishers. Nintendo, Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and Sony have all announced that they’re hosting press conferences this year, and as always, we can expect to see more of games that have already been … Continue reading

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