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Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility

 Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it’s a fuel cell vehicle that’s designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about

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EU uses Privacy Shield review to press for reform of U.S. foreign surveillance law

 A one-year-old data transfer mechanism that’s used by thousands of companies to authorize transfers of personal data between the European Union and the U.S. for processing has been given the thumbs up after its first annual review. Read More Go

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Ted Danson Has Been Tormenting Larry David for Twenty-Five Years

Ian Crouch writes about the new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” in which Ted Danson and Larry David continue their fictional feud dating from the days of “Seinfield.” Go to Source

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HP targets creative pros with powerful 2-in-1 mobile workstation

Hewlett-Packard unveiled a new 2-in-1 convertible today at Adobe MAX in Las Vegas. The ZBook x2 has been designed to give digital artists, designers and other professionals the power they need to make full use of the Adobe Creative Cloud

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HP targets creative pros with powerful 2-in-1 mobile workstation

Hewlett-Packard unveiled a new 2-in-1 convertible today at Adobe MAX in Las Vegas. The ZBook x2 has been designed to give digital artists, designers and other professionals the power they need to make full use of the Adobe Creative Cloud

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WebSite X5 Evolution 14 improves navigation menu, updates effects and templates

Incomedia has released a major new version of its wizard-driven web-building tool with the launch of WebSite X5 Evolution 14.0. Website X5 Evolution is accompanied by both higher (Professional) and lower (Start) packages. Version 14.0 focuses its new features in

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Security professionals say the need for soft skills has increased

According to the results of a new survey, the need for soft skills like communication and critical thinking has increased in the IT security sector. The study conducted by Dimensional Research for security and compliance specialist Tripwire finds that 72

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Commerce specialist Lightspeed POS raises $166M as it preps for an IPO in 2019

 E-commerce and digitally-based financial transactions have consistently been one of the biggest and most lucrative areas of the tech world, and today a commerce startup out of Canada is laying down its claim to be among the significant players in

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Modular camper kit turns the Sprinter into a DIY adventure van for nomadic thrill-seekers

Before you start touring the world and posting the details of your exciting #vanlife on Instagram, you need a live-in van. And that’s not necessarily cheap or easy to acquire. Just look at the prices of camper vans we’ve covered

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Modular camper kit turns the Sprinter into a DIY adventure van for nomadic thrill-seekers

Before you start touring the world and posting the details of your exciting #vanlife on Instagram, you need a live-in van. And that’s not necessarily cheap or easy to acquire. Just look at the prices of camper vans we’ve covered

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BuddyGuard raises €3.4M for its home security camera powered by AI

 BuddyGuard, the Berlin startup behind the Flare AI-powered home security camera, has raised €3.4 million in new funding, money it plans to use to ramp up marketing of the newly-launched device. Leading the round is German electrical specialist Bachmann Group,

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After 3 rounds of giant USA vs. Japan robot fighting … We have a winner

After what seems like an eternity of waiting, it’s finally happened. MegaBots’ Eagle Prime vs. Suidobashi’s Kuratas. USA vs. Japan in the world’s first international giant robot fight. Here’s our blow-by-blow battle report. .. Continue Reading After 3 rounds of

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After 3 rounds of giant USA vs. Japan robot fighting … We have a winner

After what seems like an eternity of waiting, it’s finally happened. MegaBots’ Eagle Prime vs. Suidobashi’s Kuratas. USA vs. Japan in the world’s first international giant robot fight. Here’s our blow-by-blow battle report. .. Continue Reading After 3 rounds of

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System76 ‘Lemur’ and ‘Galago Pro’ Ubuntu Linux laptops get 8th gen Intel Core CPUs

Earlier today, Microsoft unveiled the all-new Surface Book 2. People all over the world are probably very excited about the device. Oh, what? You aren’t excited? You mean, you don’t want a super-expensive non-upgradeable Windows 10 tablet that plugs into

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3D printed reinforced concrete bridge opens in the Netherlands

A new bridge, which was completely 3D printed, has just opened in the Netherlands. Designed and built by engineers from the Technical University of Eindhoven and construction company BAM Infra, the cyclist bridge was printed in pieces from a concrete

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3D printed reinforced concrete bridge opens in the Netherlands

A new bridge, which was completely 3D printed, has just opened in the Netherlands. Designed and built by engineers from the Technical University of Eindhoven and construction company BAM Infra, the cyclist bridge was printed in pieces from a concrete

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Google Lens on Pixel 2 still has a long way to go

 The reveal of Google Lens at I/O was one of the most exciting moments of the conference, with the tool promising to be a new type of visual browser identifying the world around users and giving them easy access to

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IBM speeds up international payments with new blockchain-based service

IBM has looked to take the pain out of transferring currency across territories with the creation of a new cross-border blockchain payment solution. Built in partnership with KlickEx Group and Stellar.org, the solution should improve efficiency and reduce the cost of

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Twitter is done with hate symbols and violent groups

 Twitter, a platform infested with trolls, hate and abuse, can be one of the worst places on the internet. As a followup to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s tweetstorm last week, in which he promised to crack down on hate and

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It turns out Janus has help lassoing Saturn’s A ring

In the most recent analysis of Cassini data, Cornell astronomers have determined that a three-decades-old assumption about the relationship between Saturn’s moon Janus and the planet’s A ring is just plain wrong. .. Continue Reading It turns out Janus has

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