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Renault Kadjar crossover SUV unveiled ahead of Geneva

Renault Kadjar crossover SUV unveiled ahead of Geneva

One of the car brands that we don’t get here in the US is Renault. Renault makes some interesting cars in Europe and other parts of the world and it has unveiled a new SUV ahead of the Geneva motor show. The crossover SUV is called the Kadjar and it is the first C-segment crossover from the automaker. It will compete in a highly competitive class along with the Mazda CX-5, Kia Sportage, VW Tiguan, Toyota RAV4, and Nissan Qashqai.

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Canon EOS M3 compact camera system packs 24.2MP sensor

Canon EOS M3 compact camera system packs 24.2MP sensor

Canon has rolled out the latest addition to its line of EOS digital cameras with the all-new EOS M3. The big feature of this camera is that it has a compact body and promises to deliver DSLR levels of performance. The little camera has the first 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor inside that Canon has produced combined with the most advanced image processor Canon offers with the DIGIC 6 sensor.

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Verizon users inside Super Bowl Stadium gobbled 4.1TB of data

Verizon users inside Super Bowl Stadium gobbled 4.1TB of data

Every year wireless carriers have to put serious time and effort into beefing up networks in the stadium where the Super Bowl is played. This year was no different with Verizon and other carriers adding more network capability at the University of Phoenix Stadium where the big game was played. Verizon Wireless has offered up some data statistics from the game and its customers inside the stadium used a huge amount of data.

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Apple iOS grabbed OS share lead in US in Q4

Apple iOS grabbed OS share lead in US in Q4

New smartphone sales data is in for the US looking at Q4 2014 from Kantar Worldpanel CamTech. The data from the research firm shows that Apple iOS lead the US OS share for the first time since Q4 2012 during the important 2014 holiday shopping season. The metrics show that Apple's sales grew market share in the US, Europe, and China during the quarter.

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Schools use Pocket Points app to keep kids from checking phones in class

Schools use Pocket Points app to keep kids from checking phones in class

Everyone today has a smartphone or tablet and most people pull them out frequently to check messages, texts, social networks, and other media. In some locations, it's not an issue to pull out your phone and check this stuff, but when in class it can be a distraction to other students and the teacher. Getting students to pay attention in class is a challenge for schools and some schools have figured out an interesting way to get students to comply.

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