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Ferrari Dino May Ride Again, CEO Wants a Smaller 6-Cylinder Car

Ferrari Dino May Ride Again, CEO Wants a Smaller 6-Cylinder Car

One of the Ferrari models of old that many have wished would return is the classic Dino. Rumors have swirled for years that the car would make a comeback. Perhaps the most compelling information that the Dino may return to ever come out of Ferrari is a recent statement by Ferrari CEO Amadeo Felisa.

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Chromecast Audio tipped to rival Sonos on a budget

Chromecast Audio tipped to rival Sonos on a budget

Google is readying not one but two second-generation Chromecast media streamers for imminent launch, new rumors suggest, with one focused on music. While leaks earlier today indicated the new Chromecast would be a faster, more circular dongle than its stick-like predecessor, subsequent tipsters speaking to 9to5Google suggest it's actually one of two products in the pipeline.

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BlackBerry Venice QWERTY phone leak shows potential Android gem

BlackBerry Venice QWERTY phone leak shows potential Android gem

The BlackBerry Venice has leaked again and - though it seems bizarre to say - may end up being the most interesting Android phone of the year. The QWERTY-blessed slider has cropped up on video again, this time courtesy of Canadian retailer Baka, showing off its pop-out keyboard as well as the software tweaks that BlackBerry has made to the Android OS.

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Apple met DMV to talk self-driving car (but is it ready?)

Apple met DMV to talk self-driving car (but is it ready?)

Apple met with the California DMV to discuss self-driving car regulations, lending further weight to rumors the company is developing an autonomous vehicle. The meeting, between Apple senior legal counsel Mike Maletic and a number of California Department of Motor Vehicle executives, took place on August 16, the Guardian reports, though it's unclear at this stage how far through the development pipeline any car might actually be.

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Google Glass changes name to Project Aura, tries to change fate

Google Glass changes name to Project Aura, tries to change fate

Not all of Google's ambitious, sometimes insane, projects become as successful as it might have dreamed, no matter how expensive that dream was. Such was the fate of Google Glass, it seemed, the company's real first wearable, predating even Android Wear. That dream, however, never really died and might soon be making a comeback, with a fresh new name and some fresh new faces. Supposedly now called Project Aura, at least internally, the new team will be manned interestingly by some of Amazon's own lost engineers.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 discovered in testing as codename Project Lucky

Samsung Galaxy S7 discovered in testing as codename Project Lucky

Samsung has already released all of its Galaxy devices for 2015, right? So we might as well start getting excited for next year's flagship, the assumed Galaxy S7. After all, we're already hearing rumors and speculation about the iPhone 7, so let's just start focusing on the phones of 2016. Right on the heels of Samsung's Exynos M1 system on a chip (SoC) being found in benchmark scores, additional details have revealed that the device using the chip is a test version of the Galaxy S7.

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iPhone “7” tipped to be as thin as 6mm

iPhone “7” tipped to be as thin as 6mm

We haven't even gotten the formal announcement of the "iPhone 6S" from Apple yet, but as is tradition with the company's smartphone, we're already hearing rumors and speculation about the next model. Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst that most Apple/iPhone followers will recognize a fairly reliable source of leaks and hints, has said in his latest report that the 2016 model of the iPhone, tentatively known as the "iPhone 7," will be drastically thinner than the 6/6 Plus we have now.

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Samsung said exploring Gear S2 for iPhone

Samsung said exploring Gear S2 for iPhone

First Android Wear... next Tizen? Samsung is reportedly investigating making its Gear S2 wearable compatible with iPhone, following Google in taking on the Apple Watch on its home turf. While not yet the Korean company's official stance, according to one spokesperson it's something being closely examined.

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iPad Pro tipped to debut at Apple’s September 9 event

iPad Pro tipped to debut at Apple’s September 9 event

Late last month, Apple confirmed its big event taking place on September 9 in San Francisco, and word has it the company will be debuting its new iPad Pro slate at said event, as well as a new iPad Mini model. The iPad Pro has been the source of rumors for a while, and will reportedly be hitting shelves this coming November, with pre-orders being planned for the end of October. Likewise, the iPad mini 4 will be an improvement over the current iPad mini model in multiple ways.

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Siri-led Apple TV said bigger and more expensive

Siri-led Apple TV said bigger and more expensive

Apple's new Apple TV set-top box will add to, rather than replace, the existing model new rumors suggest, with the 4th-gen establishing a range ahead of cord-cutter plans. The new box is widely expected to be revealed at Apple's September 9 event in San Francisco, alongside the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but new leaks indicate its much-discussed Siri control and other features will come at a cost.

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Doctor Strange: Marvel’s seeking Mads Mikkelsen as villain

Doctor Strange: Marvel’s seeking Mads Mikkelsen as villain

Marvel’s Doctor Strange may have Mads Mikkelsen playing as one of its villains, according to a new report. The actor is said to be in early talks with the studio, which has previously cast Benedict Cumberbatch to play Stephen Vincent Strange, also known as Sorcerer Supreme. At this point there hasn’t been an offer extended to Mikkelsen, according to sources, but reportedly it is expected one will be made shortly, and if so an official announcement will likely follow soon after.

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Smaller Xbox One hardware dismissed by Microsoft

Smaller Xbox One hardware dismissed by Microsoft

With a Microsoft event coming in October expected to reveal a number of new Windows 10-related devices, including smartphones, tablets, and wearables, another rumor began earlier this month that a smaller version of the Xbox One console would also be announced. While it's still fairly early in the Xbox One's lifespan for such hardware revisions, it did seem possible, especially noting how large the console is. Unfortunately for those excited by the rumor, Xbox head Phil Spencer has said it isn't happening.

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