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2021 Honda N-One minicar goes on sale in Japan

Honda‘s second-gen N-One minicar (Kei car) is now on sale in Japan. According to the Japanese carmaker, the all-new N-One is available at Honda dealerships across Japan beginning November 20, 2020. First seen in 2012 together with the quirky Honda N-Box, the N-One spearheaded Honda‘s next generation of small city cars for the Japanese market. The 2021 N-One has retained Continue reading

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2021 Range Rover Evoque gains new technology and refinement

Land Rover has announced the 2021 Range Rover Evoque. For 2021, the vehicle gets more refinement and enhance technology. It‘s now fitted with the Pivi Pro system as a standard feature bringing a redesigned intuitive menu structure with the most popular features and functions accessible from a single home screen. Land Rover says that the design of its Pivi Pro Continue reading

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Lamborghini and Master & Dynamic team for new audio gear

Lamborghini has partnered with Master Dynamic to create new premium headphones and earphones. The collection includes the MW65 Active Noise-Canceling Wireless Headphones and the MW07 PLUS True Wireless Earphones. Both incorporate design elements inspired by the Lamborghini supercars. The initial launch collection includes headphones in silver metal, light gray, and yellow Alcantara. Headphones are also available in black metal Continue reading

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Magnetic spray-on coating turns objects into magnetic robots

Researchers are working on all types of robots to allow them to climb through the human body to deliver drugs, among other things. This type of robot can be controlled with magnetic fields, and some can move through the colon and blood vessels. Researchers from City University of Hong Kong have developed a new spray-on coating that can give regular Continue reading

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Ford Bronco R conquers the 2020 Baja 1000

The second time is the charm for the Ford Bronco R prototype. Last year, the Bronco R was unable to complete the Baja 1000 due to mechanical failures. But this year, Ford‘s second attempt at conquering the 1,000-mile off-road endurance race is a successful one. ‘When Bronco returned we said it would follow in the legacy of the first-generation Broncos Continue reading

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Google‘s Project Guideline allows a blind man to run alone

Thomas Panek was born with vision, but his sight began to fade until he was declared legally blind in his younger years. He‘s an avid runner and has run with human guides and often runs with his guide dog. Panek said that he enjoyed both forms of running but wanted more independence. In the fall of 2019, he asked a Continue reading

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Twitter Fleets bug let some scrape videos even after expiration

Compared to the likes of Facebook and Instagram, which Facebook owns, Twitter‘s big changes are relatively more sporadic. It took years for it to extend its 140-character limit and, to this day, still won‘t let users edit their tweets. When it does push out changes, though, they‘re often big, controversial, and rarely gets reverted. Its latest feature, an unabashed Snapchat Continue reading

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Nintendo Game & Watch hack runs DOOM but don‘t get your hopes up

After the highly successful NES and SNES Classics, Nintendo tried its luck again with another revival of an old-school gaming system. The Game Watch, which prefigured Nintendo‘s Game Boy handheld, has been given new life and, unsurprisingly, became quite a hot item, despite its price, because of its limited run. Also unsurprisingly, it has piqued the interest of hardware Continue reading

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Microsoft Edge is now a victim of fraudulent add-ons as well

Microsoft has been aggressively pushing its new Chromium-based Edge web browser to people, sometimes in ways that don‘t sit well with users. It has been promoting how fully-featured it is or how it is able to compete with the big boys like Google Chrome. It may have actually truly become big, enough that it is now a viable and perhaps Continue reading

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Surface Duo still heading to global markets despite quality concerns

Last year, Microsoft promised the future of mobile productivity with the Surface Duo and Surface Neo devices. This year, it delivered on one of those, though some will probably describe it more as having underdelivered. While the Android-based Surface Duo was great in concept, it launched with problems that not even software updates could fix. Despite complaints, it seems that Continue reading

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iPhone 12 Pro Max iFixit teardown puts size into perspective

Apple‘s yearly selection of iPhone models has somewhat become complicated, starting with just one until the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in 2014. This year, it has no less than four models to choose from but it‘s pretty clear which one is the best if you have money to burn. The iPhone 12 Pro Max packs everything that Apple Continue reading

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MediaTek MT6893 might be on par with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865

MediaTek still has a large share of the mass-market smartphone segment, primarily because of its more accessible price tag for its processors on that tier. It has recently set its guns higher, aiming for mid-tier and high-end devices with its 5G-enabled line of Dimensity chips, but it hasn‘t exactly reached performance figures that can be considered comparable to the top Continue reading

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Apple Silicon M1 eGPU support might still be coming

The new M1 Macs have taken over the Web with news about their astounding performance, an admirable feat for Apple‘s first stab at an ARM-based desktop chip. The Apple Silicon ran circles around their Intel counterparts and even bested NVIDIA‘s and AMD‘s older desktop GPUs. Despite that, the MacBooks could probably still do even better if paired with an external Continue reading

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OnePlus 9 Pro renders show the return of curves

OnePlus has been playing around with its designs lately, not sticking to one to last more than a generation. The company was initially slow to jump on fads but now it seems to be picking and choosing some of the styles it likes. A few months ago, it unveiled the OnePlus 8T which, for the first time, didn‘t come with Continue reading

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iOS 15 might bid farewell to iPhone 6s and original iPhone SE

Apple is often praised for its software update practices, particularly for iOS and iPadOS. Compared to Android, even with the new three-year commitments from some manufacturers, Apple often rolls out new iOS versions even to models that are more than three years old. As they say, however, that all good things must come to an end and iOS 15 might Continue reading

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New Predator movie inbound with Dan Trachtenberg tapped to direct

The Predator universe is about to get another installment in the form of a fifth movie, giving fans another glimpse into the world that first hit theaters in the ‘80s. The movie will come from 20th Century Studios with Dan Trachtenberg tapped to direct the flick and, based on a new leak, it will bring something new to the Continue reading

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Fortnite Nexus War event confirmed: Date and what we know

Epic Games has finally confirmed the details for its upcoming Nexus War‘ event in Fortnite, one that will wrap up the Marvel crossover with Galactus arriving on the battle royale island. This event is expected to be massive and, based on some leaks, it may even result in yet another island change. Epic tweeted a confirmation of the Nexus War Continue reading

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1969 Mercury James Bond car heads to auction

Cars that were used on-screen in popular movies tend to sell for serious money when they head to auction. The car in the images below is a 1969 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Convertible, and it was driven on screen in the classic James Bond movie On Her Majesty‘s Secret Service. This wasn‘t our favorite spy‘s car; it was driven by a Continue reading

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SpaceX plans to launch more Starlink satellites tonight

What could potentially be one of the most profitable activities for SpaceX is to sell broadband Internet access to people around the globe courtesy of its Starlink satellite system. Currently, the system is in beta tests in the United States, and SpaceX has a launch scheduled for tonight that will put the 16th batch of satellites in orbit. The launch Continue reading

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A new study shows space might not be pitch black after all

There are certainly some extremely bright stars and planets in the vastness of space. But many of us expect most of space to be extremely dark with nothing but pitch black darkness to be seen. However, a new study will be published soon has found that outer space isn‘t pitch black after all. According to the study, outer space is Continue reading

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Chinese spacecraft launches this week to bring rocks back from the moon

Most samples of moon dust and rocks that are available for scientists to study on Earth date back to the Apollo era, with the last samples being returned from the moon in the 70s. China wants to change that, and this week will launch the Chang‘e-5 probe that will collect material from the moon‘s surface and return it to Earth Continue reading

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Ford shows off cool custom rides at virtual SEMA 2020 show

The pandemic going on around the world has significantly impacted all sorts of events during 2020. One of the events that was impacted was the SEMA show that car guys and gals look forward to each year. The show is always packed with very cool custom cars from various manufacturers, and this year the show is virtual. Ford is showing Continue reading

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SpaceX Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich launch goes off without a hitch

SpaceX successfully launched the NASA and ESA satellite known as Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich. Launch occurred without a hitch Saturday putting the satellite into the orbit it needed to peer down at the earth and observe our oceans. The satellite will be able to measure sea levels across 90 percent of the oceans around the world within a few centimeters. In Continue reading

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Disney‘s next three live-action remakes may skip theaters entirely

The movie industry is still reeling from the pandemic and movie theater closures, leaving studios in limbo as they repeatedly bump premieres and, in some cases, move them to digital platforms. Disney is one such studio that has seen its premieres disrupted, and a new leak claims a few of its big upcoming live-action movies may go straight to streaming Continue reading

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