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Sega revives retro games for free on mobile

If Mario coming to mobile still doesn’t satisfy your longing for yesterday’s gaming heroes on your morning commute, then a raft of re-released retro titles from Sega might help get the job done. Dubbed Sega Forever, the collection is free

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Home robot Kuri can now recognize pets, see and stream in HD

 The domestic robot that looks like an extra cut from Disney’s Wall-E is coming along nicely, after debuting at CES this year with a Holiday 2017 release window. Mayfield Robotics’ Kuri is an expressive bowling pin that will steal your

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Founder’s Corner: Wealthfront’s Andy Rachleff on growing a business

 Omidyar Network’s Emerging Tech team has launched the second season of its podcast, Founder’s Corner, with lessons from today’s premier founders and CEOs. We will be speaking with some of the top executives in tech. Read More Go to Source

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will reportedly be revealed in August

The Galaxy Note brand is alive and well, as Samsung will be officially unveiling the new, hopefully non-exploding addition to the premium large-size smartphone line near the end of August. That report comes from Reuters, which cited “a person familiar

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Virgin Mobile USA becomes iPhone-exclusive carrier, offers a year of unlimited service for $1

Goodness gracious, Virgin Mobile USA has made quite the bold moves today. The cellular service provider has become the world’s first iPhone-exclusive carrier. In other words, it will no longer offer Android at all. Crazy, right? This is through a partnership with

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In photos: The 2017 Paris Air Show

The 52nd edition of the Paris Air Show has taken over Le Bourget Airport in Paris this week, with aircraft makers big and small trying to secure business deals before the gates open to the public on Friday. Between handshakes

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In photos: The 2017 Paris Air Show

The 52nd edition of the Paris Air Show has taken over Le Bourget Airport in Paris this week, with aircraft makers big and small trying to secure business deals before the gates open to the public on Friday. Between handshakes

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South Korea signs on to build full-scale Hyperloop

Considering that just four years ago it was an idea cooked up by a busy billionaire in his spare time, the Hyperloop is gaining serious traction in all corners of the globe. One of the startups vying to make it

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South Korea signs on to build full-scale Hyperloop

Considering that just four years ago it was an idea cooked up by a busy billionaire in his spare time, the Hyperloop is gaining serious traction in all corners of the globe. One of the startups vying to make it

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Snapchat launches location sharing feature Snap Map

 Snapchat’s next big feature wants to get you to meet up with friends in real-life rather than just watching each other’s lives on your phones. Snap Map lets you share your current location, which appears to friends on a map

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RE2 tapped by U.S. Air Force to build robot pilots to fly traditional aircraft

 Autonomous flight systems and aircraft are already in testing by the U.S. Air Force and other defense agencies, and now RE2 Robotics has been picked by the USAF to build a retrofit robot pilot that can easily take the controls

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Scratch 2.0 now available for Raspberry Pi

Scratch lets you write code to control and respond to components connected to the GPIO (General Purpose Input and Output) pins on a Raspberry Pi, and there’s a new version of it available from today. Interacting with GPIO pins in

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India will regulate Bitcoin

Many analysts argue that cryptocurrencies need to be formally recognized by major governments in order to gain credibility. Well, for Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency around, things are moving in the right direction. The Indian government has decided to regulate the

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Jaguar adding sub-$40K E-Pace to fast-growing utility vehicle line-up

Jaguar is eager to keep the utility vehicles rolling out … and understandably so, since the ever-stylish F-Pace helped it achieve an 83 percent sales bump last year. It already has the I-Pace in the works for 2018, and now

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Jaguar adding sub-$40K E-Pace to fast-growing utility vehicle line-up

Jaguar is eager to keep the utility vehicles rolling out … and understandably so, since the ever-stylish F-Pace helped it achieve an 83 percent sales bump last year. It already has the I-Pace in the works for 2018, and now

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OnePlus 5 cheats in benchmarks for a performance boost

At the start of the year it was discovered that the OnePlus 3T was cheating in benchmarks, artificially boosting performance when testing tools were detected. The OnePlus 5 was only officially launched yesterday but the same accusation is already being

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Twist is Slack without the annoying distractions

 When Slack implemented threaded conversations, it seemed like the holy grail for internal communications. Slack finally lets you talk about multiple things in separate conversations. But Slack remains a real-time messaging service at heart, so threads don’t feel native. It

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TrueLayer raises $3M Series A to provide fintech companies with easy access to bank APIs

 TrueLayer, a London startup that’s built a developer platform to make it easy for fintech companies to access bank APIs — and ride the PSD2 gravy train — has raised $3 million in Series A funding. Read More Go to

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Airbus’ Urban Air Mobility Roadmap leads to an electric future

Recognising that urban mobility will become one of the most challening issues for a global society that is quickly urbanising, Aerospace giant Airbus put on a very convincing showing this week when it outlined its developing portfolio of urban air

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Airbus’ Urban Air Mobility Roadmap leads to an electric future

Recognising that urban mobility will become one of the most challening issues for a global society that is quickly urbanising, Aerospace giant Airbus put on a very convincing showing this week when it outlined its developing portfolio of urban air

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