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Lyft Grocery Access Program brings discounted rides to grocery stores

Lyft has taken the wraps off its new Grocery Access Program, an initiative that will provide residents in Washington DC with discounted shared rides to grocery stores in Wards 7 and 8. The program will undergo a six month pilot period lasting from January 2019 to June 2019, helping reduce the burden of getting to stores while providing Lyft with … Continue reading

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Bees with tiny sensor backpacks could help farmers track crops

Farmers can use drones to monitor their fields, but they have their limits when they can rarely fly for more than 20 to 30 minutes at a time.

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2019 Ford Ranger officially rated for 26mpg highway

The mid-size truck market is booming right now with major automakers back in the fray after many years of absence.

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Samsung just made its worst marketing blunder yet

As if the Galaxy A8s wasn’t controversial enough thanks to its “hole punch” cutout, Samsung manages to botch its launch even further by what is so far its most embarrassing PR error ever. In a very public way, Samsung has partnered with a controversial knock-off brand, mistakenly or intentionally presenting it as the original

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Amazon Alexa finally gets location-based routines and reminders

Amazon has updated its Alexa personal assistant with new features first revealed back in September: location-based routines and reminders. Users in the United States are on the receiving end of the new feature rollout, according to the company. With it, someone can order Alexa to give them a reminder for a specific thing only when they’re in the relevant location, … Continue reading

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MSI Oculux Esports Gaming Monitor is the new speed king

There’s an MSI monitor for gaming in the world, and it’s called Oculux NXG251R.

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The Apple Watch ECG app is my heart’s new best friend

The Apple Watch ECG app has landed, and the good news is that while my British heart may be cold, it’s at least not showing signs of atrial fibrillation.

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5G is coming: what you need to know

There is no stopping the 5G revolution, especially since everyone seems to be on board. From network operators to smartphone manufacturers to silicon makers, everyone seems to be hellbent on pushing the fifth generation cellular technology to businesses and consumers. With all the marketing and hype, there’s bound to be some confusion and questions.

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Mortal Kombat 11 release date revealed with a very brutal trailer

If you’re a fighting game fan, then it’s been a very eventful 24 hours for you. Not only is today the launch day of Super Smash Bros Ultimate, but NetherRealm Studios has also announced Mortal Kombat 11. It did so in a new trailer that debuted during The Game Awards, and as you’d expect, that trailer has plenty of gory, … Continue reading

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NASA shares first ever recording of Mars wind courtesy of InSight

Humanity has been provided with a recording of winds on Mars for the first time ever thanks to NASA’s newly deployed InSight rover. The vehicle arrived on Mars in November, successfully landing after months of travel to the Red Planet. NASA shared two copies of the wind recording, one as it was captured and another adjusted for playback on phones … Continue reading

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