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Sony is Trying to Trademark “Let's Play”
We've learned that Sony has filed for a curious new trademark, one for the words “Let's Play.” The mark was spotted (via NeoGAF) over on the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The mark was registered last October, only to be discovered now.
Sony Filed A Trademark For 'Let's Play', And It's Not Clear WhyGameranx (blog)
Sony is trying to trademark 'Let's Play' videosEngadget
Sony attempts to trademark 'Let's Play'The Drum
VentureBeat -Game Rant -PlayStation LifeStyle
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Amazon Echo users can start playing this classic trivia game
Amazon Echo is already pretty darn useful, but its latest update adds a fun trivia game you're definitely familiar with: Jeopardy!. After installing its app's newest version, you can start playing by issuing its voice assistant a command: "Alexa, start ...
Amazon was huge at CES 2016, and they weren't even thereGeekWire
CES 2016: Amazon Echo's Alexa plays a starring role (and she's not even there)ZDNet
Ad Executives Scout Out Latest Tech at CES for Marketing InspirationWall Street Journal
Gizmodo -Brainerd Daily Dispatch -Investorplace.com
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Obama will tout Detroit comeback in final State of the Union Address
WASHINGTON — President Obama will use his final annual address to Congress next week to tout the accomplishments of the last seven years — and he made clear Saturday that he considers the auto bailout to be one of his top accomplishments of his ...
Obama to visit Detroit auto show Jan. 20Detroit Free Press
Obama to tour auto show Jan. 20The Detroit News
Obama touts auto industry turnaroundThe Hill (blog)
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Five gadgets that steal the show at annual electronics extravaganza
The Parrot Disco prototype drone is a fixed-wing drone with a fish-eye camera that can fly for about 45 minutes, and is launched by tossing it into the air. This new model was on display last week at CES Unveiled, a media preview event for the annual ...
Parrot's Henri Seydoux Shares His Vision Of The Future Of DronesTechCrunch
My picks for the 10 most promising products unveiled at CES 2016Fox News
7 tech toys we really want from CESUSA TODAY
The Monitor Daily -Paste Magazine
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Google's self-driving cars don't crash as much as humans do
Evidence is already starting to pile up that autonomous vehicles are pretty darn safe, but would you like to slap a number on it? Okay, we've got one: according to a study commissioned by Google itself, self driving cars get in one less crash per ...
Self-Driving Cars Crash Less Often Than Those With Human Drivers: StudyHuffington Post
Google's self-driving cars are learning to deal with bad weatherThe Verge
Self-Driving Cars Are Finally Doing Better With PrecipitationAndroid Headlines - Android News
NBCNews.com -WDBJ7 -Re/code
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