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Ford tests autonomous vehicles in the snow

Ford tests autonomous vehicles in the snow

Ford is constantly testing out its autonomous cars in different driving scenarios to ensure that the vehicles are capable of operating in any conditions. One of the most difficult conditions for humans to drive in is snow and that makes it one of the most difficult conditions for autonomous vehicles to operate in. Therefore, snowy conditions are one of the most important driving scenarios for autonomous vehicles to master.

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Galaxy S7 hardware details surface on AnTuTu Benchmark

Galaxy S7 hardware details surface on AnTuTu Benchmark

The build up to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone is in full riot right now with leaks coming left and right. Most of the recent leaks have come by way of accessory manufacturers who have laid hands on dummy devices so that cases can be designed to launch alongside the S7 when the time comes. Today a new leak has surfaced and this time we get a glimpse at the claimed hardware thanks to AnTuTu Benchmarks.

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Kingston DataTraveler 2000 has keypad encryption

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 has keypad encryption

Kingston has unveiled some new products and among them is a new secure flash drive called the DataTraveler 2000. The DT2000 is an encrypted flash drive that has a metal cover that slides over the drive hiding an integrated alphanumeric keypad. To access any of the data on the drive, you must know the password to the flash drive and enter it on the keypad.

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VUZE Camera is a portable 360-degree 3D VR camera aimed at average Joes

VUZE Camera is a portable 360-degree 3D VR camera aimed at average Joes

A new consumer focused 360-degree 3D VR camera has been unveiled at CES 2016 called the VUZE Camera. The camera is billed as the world's first consumer, portable 360-degree 3DVR camera and it will sell for under $1000. The exact price isn't offered, but expect around $999. The VUZE Camera has been simplified as much as possible to make use and operation as easy as possible.

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