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2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata dated for hotly-anticipated reveal

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata dated for hotly-anticipated reveal

It's not often that a car manages to be both iconic and affordable, but Mazda struck that balance with the MX-5 Miata early on, and now there's no small amount of interest in the 2016 model. There isn't long to wait to see it, either, with the all-new 2016 MX-5 Miata now set to debut on September 3rd, complete with the first use of the Skyactiv-Chassis the company teased earlier in the year.

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Netflix tipped in launch plans for Australia

Netflix tipped in launch plans for Australia

Living in the land down under comes with some perks -- or frights, depending on your preferences -- but Netflix has never been one of them. Rumors that the video streaming service will be heading to Australia have been around for a while, but it would seem a launch is imminent based on talks Village Roadshow's CEO has had with the company.

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Google “arrogant” self-driving car plans turn off automakers

Google “arrogant” self-driving car plans turn off automakers

Google may be bringing self-driving cars to the public, but its "pod-car" trial is likely to remain small-scale sources claim amid ongoing tensions with traditional auto makers. Legal concerns insufficiently placated by Google's own promises to take responsibility for self-driving accidents, along with accusations of arrogance on the part of the search giant have left negotiations cold.

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iPhone 6 video shows possible final build of rear cover

iPhone 6 video shows possible final build of rear cover

The first iPhone 6 rumor video has been released, showing what appears to be a finished rear cover straight off the production line. the video also shows mock-ups of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models for scale and comparison, with the cover looking to have come from the 4.7-inch variety. This is not the first leak we’ve seen, but is the first video.

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Lenovo’s Glass rival just hit the patent office

Lenovo’s Glass rival just hit the patent office

Lenovo has been working on its own Glass-style wearable, patenting a head-mounted display with twin transparent screens that could capture audio and video. Billed somewhat vaguely as an "Electronic device and sound capturing method" the unnamed wearable uses bond-conduction to record audio and what look to be a set of Lumus displays to give feedback to the user, allowing for true augmented reality rather than just the floating notifications Google's Glass offers.

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