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Jaguar Land Rover tests new tech, including a system to beat traffic lights

Jaguar Land Rover recently began testing a new suite of connected-car and autonomous-driving features in concert with Ford and Tata. The company plans to build a fleet of 100 cars for further testing.

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…

Trick tech means Audi's next super crossover could go sideways on a track

Audi has clearly instructed its engineers to make the next-generation SQ5 more dynamic to drive than the outgoing model. Rumors have it that it will be able to drift around a corner thanks to a sports rear differential.

Future AI assistants like Siri could be trained by Joey from ‘Friends’

Which TV show character would you choose to train future artificially intelligent computers how to move and sound like us? We're assuming everyone has said Joey from Friends, which is a good thing, because a research team had…

Can Fisker beat Tesla with state-of-the-art battery tech and butterfly doors?

Danish designer Henrik Fisker has announced plans to launch a new car company focused on long-range electric cars. Fisker Inc.'s first model will be a large sedan aimed right at the Tesla Model S that will use a state-of-the-art battery…
Social Media

LinkedIn makes endorsements smarter to help you get noticed

LinkedIn is making endorsements smarter, with new targeting and relevancy improvements that will allow you to get the most from each person who views your profile. It may even land you your next job opportunity.

Repair a broken tripod thread in just a few minutes with this DIY tutorial

Cinematographer Tom Antos shows how a $25 kit, available for purchase on Amazon, can be used to fix almost any tripod threads that you may have destroyed on your camera gear from using and abusing it.
Home Theater

OLED vs. LED: Which is the better TV technology?

The acronyms OLED and LED sound and look very similar, but the two technologies are vastly different in terms of engineering, performance and capabilities. We compare the two technologies as applied to television and ponder the question:…

Nintendo is back on its game, and the Switch proves it

Nintendo has revealed the Switch, its first home gaming console that's also a handheld. The system is incredibly exciting, but it also represents a huge shift for Nintendo. After losing its grip on the gaming market for years, Nintendo is…

LG may help Samsung avoid an explosive Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is outselling the iPhone 6S and the 6S Plus. With that feat under its belt, it's time to shift focus to next year's flagship -- the Galaxy S8. Here's everything you need to know.

Watch Reebok’s robots make a pair of distinctive ‘Liquid Factory’ sneakers

Reebok is using robots, a thick gloopy substance, and 3D-drawing techniques to make sneakers. The revolutionary new process does away with the need for traditional molds, offering what it says is a more comfortable fit.

On October 25, Xiaomi will try to fill the Galaxy Note 7's void with the Mi Note 2

Xiaomi's Mi Note showed consumers the company could compete with the best smartphones available, and now it may be preparing a sequel. Here's what to look out for on the Mi Note 2.