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Google Self-driving car heads to Austin

Google Self-driving car heads to Austin

The self-driving car is a bit of tech that is coming no matter how you feel about cars with the ability to drive themselves around the streets of the country. Google has been testing its self-driving cars in California for a long time now and it is now heading to Texas for testing. Google cars come in different forms with most being normal cars we might see anyone driving that are festooned with sensors and gear to allow them to operate with no human interaction.

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Samsung trademark filing hints at new Note 5 feature

Samsung trademark filing hints at new Note 5 feature

Late last month some details on the Galaxy Note 5 leaked that gives us an idea of the specifications that the smartphone might have when it lands in stores. While we know what some of the hardware specs might be, we really don’t know what sort of new features the smartphone will support for the slick S Pen. A new trademark filing from Samsung has surfaced that hints at a cool new write on PDF feature for the smartphone.

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Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Most people who have moved to multiple screens on their desktop computer will tell you that once you go multiple screen it's very hard to go back to a single display. You can use multiple screens on many laptops thanks to video outputs, but that is normally limited to in the home or office use only. A new system has debuted that is called Sliden'Joy and will add two more screens to you notebook that are portable and can be carried with you.

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Samsung Z3 tipped for 5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen

Samsung Z3 tipped for 5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen

Samsung is tipped to be working on a new smartphone that will be powered by the Tizen operating system. The very first smartphone that Samsung launched running its Tizen OS was the Samsung Z1, which was an entry-level device that wanted to compete with basic entry-level Windows and Android devices. Rumors are now swirling that Samsung is working on a replacement for that device called the Samsung Z3.

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Shenmue 3 PS4 physical copy reward announced

Shenmue 3 PS4 physical copy reward announced

We have been following Shenmue 3 since it was first announced at E3 2015 as a Kickstarter project. The team behind the game has announced a new update recently that will give backers of the project the option of getting the game on a physical disc. Many people prefer to have physical copies of their games rather than download only. Anyone backing the game at $60 or more will have the option of receiving a physical copy for the PS4.

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BlackBerry Classic limited edition in cobalt blue unveiled

BlackBerry Classic limited edition in cobalt blue unveiled

BlackBerry fans will be glad to hear that a new limited edition version of the BlackBerry Classic has launched. The new smartphone is aiming at fans of the BlackBerry device who want their smartphone to be something other than plain old black. The limited edition device is now available in cobalt blue color. Other than the color, it is the same BlackBerry Classic smartphone that we are familiar with.

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Sony MHC-V7D speaker shows off sound you can see in new video

Sony MHC-V7D speaker shows off sound you can see in new video

It's hard to show off just how powerful a speaker can be if you aren't there in person to hear the speaker play. Sony is trying to show off its new MHC-V7D speaker on video and to do so it has poured red, blue, and yellow paint into the speaker cone surface and then cranked the tunes. The sound pressure from the track being played, something called Hideaway, makes the paint leap off the speaker.

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