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Roku announces updated search and set top boxes

Roku announces updated search and set top boxes

Roku has announced that some changes have been made to both its software and hardware. The updated software makes it easier for users of Roku set top boxes to find content that they want to watch. Roku has added the ability for consumers to view filmographies, availability, and pricing options they might not have known about before.

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Delphi automated Audi SUV completes first coast-to-coast trip

Delphi automated Audi SUV completes first coast-to-coast trip

Autonomous and automated vehicles are coming no matter how you feel about them. Several major automakers are testing automated cars and the tech will start making its way to vehicles we can purchase before you know it. Delphi has been working with Audi on self-driving vehicles, recently Delphi and Audi's automated car made the first coast-to-coast trip ever taken by an automated vehicle.

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BMW plans plug-in hybrid versions of all models

BMW plans plug-in hybrid versions of all models

BMW has said in the past that it plans to make plug-in hybrid versions of all of the core models in its line. This week at the New York Auto Show BMW changed it up a bit and is promising even more plug-in hybrid versions of its vehicles. BMW's North America CEO Ludwig Willisch has stated that the plug-in hybrid plan will be applied to all new models.

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EE keeps subscribers powered with Power Bar chargers

EE keeps subscribers powered with Power Bar chargers

We all know the pain of having a smartphone that doesn’t quite have the battery life to keep you going all day. EE wants customers to keep going and use their mobile plan and has come up with an idea to help keep your device charged. EE has launched a program that is called Power to the People and will allow any mobile user or broadband customer to get a free Power Bar charger.

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Subaru unveils BRZ STI concept in New York

Subaru unveils BRZ STI concept in New York

The Subaru BRZ has been an undeniably cool car for people wanting a lightweight coupe that has good handling. The one sore point for many fans of the vehicle is that it has very little power under the hood. Fans have been hoping that Subaru would roll out an STI version of the car with more power and that concept has finally been unveiled.

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Hyundai Tucson compact crossover debuts in New York

Hyundai Tucson compact crossover debuts in New York

Hyundai has rolled out its newest SUV at the New York International Auto Show. The new crossover is called the Tucson and it has a sporty look with overall fuel efficiency as a top priority in its design. Hyundai offers numerous safety features on the car to make it safer to drive including automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert, lane change assist, backup sensors and a rear view camera is standard.

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