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Google is taking its self-driving tests to the next level in Austin, the company has already been testing its autonomous Lexus SUVs in Austin for quite some time now but it’s said to be ready to bring its own fully self-driving cars out on the roads of the Texas capital. This will be the first such test of Google’s own self-driving car outside of California where there’s no driver behind the wheel.

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Cyberattacks are a major issue between the United States and China, the two sides often talk about this to try and it’s not uncommon to see accusations fly. The fact that is given the nature of these operations and the nations involved the truth is not always in black and white, particularly to the public. For its part the United States seems to be willing to impose “unprecedented” sanctions on China to punish it for a string of alleged commercial cyberattacks, claims a new report by The Washington Post.

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Sling TV is an online TV streaming service which was launched earlier this year, over the past few months it has added support for more platforms and devices, that momentum continues today. Sling TV now supports Amazon Fire HD and HDX tablets, this means that the service is now available across three different Fire devices from Amazon.

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Hobby drones are easy to come by and they’re much cheaper now than they used to be. There are many people who don’t like the fact that it’s easy to get a drone now and intrude on someone’s privacy without much effort, that’s one of the reasons why an ammunition company is selling rounds designed for taking down drones, but drones aren’t just a threat to privacy. There are serious security concerns as well, concerns that can get a drone operator arrested when his machine gets within 50ft of a LAPD helicopter.

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It has been rumored quite a few times now that Google is going to launch two new Nexus smartphones this year, one developed with LG and the other with Huawei. More information has been leaked today about the new Nexus 5 that Google is supposedly developing with LG, including information about the possible price range as well as the specifications of this device.

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We did report recently that Android Wear iPhone support was just around the corner and today Google has formally confirmed that Android Wear smartwatches can now be used with iPhones. This brings serious competition for the Apple Watch on its home turn but for Android Wear users it brings more flexibility, they no longer have to carry an Android smartphone only because they want to wear an Android Wear smartwatch. They can now hook one up with the iPhone as well.

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acronis-true-image-cloud-iphoneOutside of Apple’s default backup and sync options, there are 3rd party apps to help you backup critical data on your iPhone. Acronis True Image Cloud is one of them, and we are going to show you how to backup and restore data with it. The same instructions are also valid for iPads.  We will cover what’s different, and use step by step instructions to guide you through the process. Read full post →How To Backup an iPhone With Acronis


Slow progress is being made to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and go with cleaner alternatives, it may be slow but it’s progress nonetheless. Some countries are setting extremely ambitious goals to shift to renewable energy sources and the Dutch has joined that list of nations, they aim to run their entire rail system completely on wind power by the year 2018.

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Flying a fighter jet is no easy task but taking full advantage of its capabilities and actually making it out alive from a dogfight is even harder. You don’t usually get to see many videos which show what an actual dogfight looks like, pilots in active battlezones rarely have times to film themselves when they’re on a mission, but it’s much easier to get a mock dogfight on camera during a training mission.

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For close to a year now it has been rumored that Apple is working on a significantly larger iPad, one that might possibly have a 12.9 inch display and will be called iPad Pro. Obviously Apple has not yet confirmed if such a product is in the works but we hear whispers about it consistently nonetheless. The latest report claims that parts shipments for the iPad Pro will begin next month with new suppliers providing the touchscreen technology.

Read full post →iPad Pro Parts Reportedly Start Shipping Next Month