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Rumors claim next Nissan Armada will be the Nissan Patrol

Rumors claim next Nissan Armada will be the Nissan Patrol

A nice little rumor is making the rounds concerning what the next Nissan Armada might look like. I would have assumed since the Titan and Armada share the same platform currently, the next Armada would simply look like the front half of the new Titan with a SUV rear end. Rumors flowing claim that the next Armada will in fact be a rebadged Nissan Patrol.

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Matt LeBlanc joins Top Gear as co-host

Matt LeBlanc joins Top Gear as co-host

The rumors coming out of the UK about the new Top Gear haven't been flattering. The BBC fired Jeremy Clarkson after an incident involving beating up a man over a steak. Once Clarkson got the boot, his cohorts in the incredibly popular car show left the BBC along with him. Clarkson and crew will have a new show debuting this year on Amazon.

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GoodBye Message App lets you say so long after you’re gone

GoodBye Message App lets you say so long after you’re gone

There are lots of people around the world who have lost loved ones unexpectedly and know the kind of pain that comes from not getting to say goodbye to the person who died. I'm sure there are also lots of people out there who worry about suddenly dying and not being able to say goodbye to their favorite people. This is where an app called GoodBye Message App comes in.

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Soft robotic gripper has strength and dexterity for lifting delicate objects

Soft robotic gripper has strength and dexterity for lifting delicate objects

Robotics designers have a tough job in creating lifting "hands" for robotic machines and devices that have the strength to lift items that are heavy while having the ability to handle delicate objects without breaking them. Using electroadhesion, the principal that allows a balloon to stick to a wall after you rub it on your hair, gripping devices for robots may have been changed significantly.

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YouTube working on 360-degree video livestreaming says rumor

YouTube working on 360-degree video livestreaming says rumor

With virtual reality becoming a hot topic with headsets that allow you to look all around inside a video or game coming to market in force, word is YouTube is working on something that fans of 360-degree videos will like. YouTube has had the ability to play 360-degree videos on the streaming platform for a while. The new addition is said to be the ability to livestream 360-degree video.

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