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BMW's insane car of the future replaces dashboards with augmented reality - The Verge

March 7, 2016 - 7:53am

The Verge

BMW's insane car of the future replaces dashboards with augmented reality
The Verge
Google AI vs. Go, Galaxy S7 vs. S7 Edge and more in the week ahead · Design · Transportation · BMW · Cars · Concepts · Photo Essay. BMW's insane car of the future replaces dashboards with augmented reality. And a gemstone-like thing called ...
BMW's Vision Next 100 points to the next century of motoringCNET
BMW Vision Next 100 conceptMotor Authority
Creating the "Ultimate Driver."Automobile
Jalopnik -Tech Times -Carscoops (blog)
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All The Ways 'The Division' Is (And Isn't) The New 'Destiny' - Tech Times

March 7, 2016 - 7:47am

Tech Times

All The Ways 'The Division' Is (And Isn't) The New 'Destiny'
Tech Times
Ubisoft and Bungie's shooter RPG hybrids share a number of similarities, as well as more than a few differences. (Photo : Ubisoft). As Ubisoft began to spill more and more details about its always-online multiplayer shooter over the past few months ...
The Division Trophy & Achievement List RevealedGame Rant
Ubisoft wants The Division players to know they won't be starved for contentDigital Trends
The Division will have at least 26 campaign missions, data miner findsGameZone
Gameranx (blog) -Shacknews -TechSpot
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Inventor of modern email, Ray Tomlinson, dies - Monterey County Herald

March 7, 2016 - 2:26am

Inventor of modern email, Ray Tomlinson, dies
Monterey County Herald
Raymond Tomlinson, the inventor of modern email and selector of the "(at)" symbol, has died. Raytheon Co., his employer, on Sunday confirmed his death; the details were not immediately available. Email existed in a limited capacity before Tomlinson in ...

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Craig Federighi: Security is an endless race, but the FBI wants to roll it back to 2013 - Apple Insider

March 6, 2016 - 8:22pm

Apple Insider

Craig Federighi: Security is an endless race, but the FBI wants to roll it back to 2013
Apple Insider
Apple's head of software engineering Craig Federighi published an opinion in the Washington Post today that clarified the company's reasoning behind refusing to weaken its products to appease a very public demand from the FBI. Apple's vice president of ...
FBI wants Apple to bring back the security standards of 2013: FederighiZDNet
Apple VP says FBI's order makes everyone less secureEngadget
Apple head of software engineering says FBI's demands compromise the safety of all iOS usersTechCrunch
Mashable -Sacramento Bee -The Verge
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