Britain Is Getting Rid of the Internal-Combustion Engine

U.K. drivers won’t be able to buy new cars and vans that run on gas or diesel starting in 2040.

1 hours ago from MIT Technology Review

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Adobe Flash to be killed off by 2020, killed off by the iPhone and new web technologies

Steve Jobs famously hated the plug-in and refused to let it come to the iPhone

8 hours ago from The Independent

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Elon Musk says Mark Zuckerberg's understanding of AI threat is 'limited'

Two billionaires continue to spar over prospect of robot apocalypse

7 hours ago from The Independent

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Google Finally Brings Waze Crowdsourced Navigation App To Android Auto

If you are a fan of Google’s crowdsourced Waze navigation app and have a vehicle that supports Android Auto, you have up to this point been able to pair the two together. That, however, all ...

2 hours ago from HotHardware

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Your Roomba Is also Gathering Data About the Layout of Your Home

The CEO of iRobot is pushing the company toward a broader vision of the smart home, and could soon sell maps of the interiors of people’s houses.

19 hours ago from MIT Technology Review

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Judge Orders Apple To Pay $506 Million For A-Series Processor Patent Infringement

Apple is going to have to feed a recognized patent troll hundreds of millions of dollars for infringing on a patent that has to do with processor efficiency. Initially Apple was on the hook ...

2 hours ago from HotHardware

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Nintendo Revenue Soars As Switch Console Sales Approach 5 Million Units

Nintendo might not have been in dire straights before the launch of its hybrid Switch console, but it is at least fair to say the company was in need of a win. It is not as though the Wii U ...

3 hours ago from HotHardware

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Google SOS Alerts help keep users safe during a disaster

'Technology plays a vital role in providing information to help keep you and loved ones safe and informed'

5 hours ago from The Independent

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USB 3.2 Specification Doubles Data Throughput Using Existing USB-C Cables

Were you just getting used to USB 3.1? Well, we’re sorry; the USB 3.2 specification has just been announced, which means that we’re in for yet another speed bump for the interface that we all ...

1 hours ago from HotHardware

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Toyota Eyes Huge Splash In Electric Vehicle Market With Fast Charging Solid State Batteries

Gas prices being what they are, we are always encouraged when automakers announce advancements in electrical battery technologies that could one day flip the automobile industry on its head. ...

25 minutes ago from HotHardware

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