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Uber to deploy self-driving cars in Pittsburgh Uber to deploy self-driving cars in Pittsburgh
he ride-sharing firm Uber will, for the first time, allow users to hail self-driving cars within a fortnight, the company has confirmed. Uber said the launch would take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It added that it was teaming up with Volvo. At first, the vehicles will be supervised by a driver, who can take control if necessary, and an observer, Bloomberg reported. The firm first r...
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It's like the Olympics, but for Microsoft Office It's like the Olympics, but for Microsoft Office
Seventeen-year old Ryan Catalfu trained for this moment all year. Most recently this summer, he spent two hours a day practicing at home in North Carolina. He completed more than 300 trial runs ahead of the finals, attempting to beat the fastest time in his state and improve his own score with each go. It all paid off this week when Catalfu stood in front of the cheering crowd, slipped a gol...
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Telegram denies Iranian mass breach Telegram denies Iranian mass breach
Encrypted instant messaging service Telegram has denied hackers breached its systems to gain the telephone numbers of 15 million Iranian users. Checks on phone numbers had revealed "publicly available data", it said. But it admitted that hackers may have compromised more than a dozen accounts by intercepting SMS verification codes but added this was not a "new threat". It said users in "c...
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Just a giant collection of Pokemon Go stories Just a giant collection of Pokemon Go stories
Y'all, Pokemon Go has been out for just over a week and it has already inspired enough craziness and hot takes to last us until the end of time. If we wrote about every single funny tweet or poor sap who fell in a lake while trying to catch a Rattata (not worth it), we would never sleep. To save you some time, here are some of the best, worst and weirdest things that have come out of the Pokemon ...
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Tesla says autopilot involved in second car crash Tesla says autopilot involved in second car crash
Tesla has admitted that its autopilot feature was activated when one of its cars crashed on Sunday. However, the electric carmaker has suggested that the function was not being used correctly at the time. The motorist survived the accident, but another Tesla owner died in an earlier crash that occurred when the driver-assist function failed to detect another vehicle in its path. Chief exe...
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Can we trust driverless cars? Can we trust driverless cars?
It was bound to happen. Someday, someone would be the first to die in a computer-driven vehicle. Joshua Brown died in a horrific crash on a Florida road while, apparently, relying on his Tesla's Autopilot system. The Autopilot system, which uses sensors and cameras to detect potential obstacles in the road ahead, didn't see a truck turning left in front of Brown's car, and never applied the bra...
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Spider-Man, Batman Coming to PlayStation Spider-Man, Batman Coming to PlayStation
The Dark Knight and Spidey are among the heroes swinging onto the PlayStation. Sony announced at its Monday presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo that a virtual reality rendition of Rocksteady Studios' "Batman: Arkham" series is landing on PlayStation VR, while an all-new Spider-Man adventure from Insomniac Games is crawling onto the PlayStation 4. "We've really been pushing for ...
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Hopes of a games arcade revival Hopes of a games arcade revival
Games enthusiasts of a certain age can often be found reminiscing about a legendary golden era - the age of arcade gaming. It spanned a decade or so, starting in the mid-to-late 70s, a period which launched the infamous title Space Invaders and also brought us games like Asteroids, Lunar Lander and - of course - Pacman. The necessity of games arcades was due to the sophisticated technology o...
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Microsoft unveils Xbox One S and teases Project Scorpio Microsoft unveils Xbox One S and teases Project Scorpio
Microsoft has revealed a slimmer version of its Xbox One console, the Xbox One S, which will launch in August. The firm also announced another new console, Project Scorpio, which will offer virtual reality and 4K gaming. It will be released by Christmas 2017 but no details of a price were given. The Xbox One S, however, will cost $299 (210) and include support for High Dynamic Range (HDR...
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This bendable smartphone comes with a catch This bendable smartphone comes with a catch
A small Chinese startup says it's about to unveil a smartphone that can bend all the way around your wrist. The device, produced by Moxi Group, will feature a flexible touchscreen that still works when looped and worn like a watch or a bracelet, according to the company. It also functions stretched flat, like any other smartphone. The bendy screen uses graphene, the thinnest material in the ...
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