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Dash cam reviews: What you need to catch the maniacs and meteors of daily driving

September 21, 2017: Updated with our review of the Rexing V1, which offers a low price and great day video but is pretty bare-bones. Read our full review.  Dash cams are already essential in many countries because of scam artists who try to create accidents so they can sue you. They’ve also proven useful for catching the occasional meteor, as happened in Thailand and in Russia a few years ago. But while auto cons aren’t as common here, recording your excursions…

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Intel and Waymo expand their self-driving-car collaboration – LA Times

Waymo’s Chrysler Pacifica fleet is fitted with Intel technology for sensor processing, general computing and connectivity. “As Waymo’s self-driving technology becomes smarter and more capable, its high performance hardware and software will require even more powerful and efficient compute,” Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich said in a statement. Source link

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ROG Strix X299-XE Gaming motherboard is rather groovy

by Zak Killian — 4:00 PM on September 21, 2017 When the X299 platform and its associated motherboards debuted, extreme overclockers like der8auer remarked that the new boards’ mostly-decorative VRM heatsinks were actually interfering with cooling the hot hardware underneath. A couple of weeks later, the aforementioned Deutschlander showed that you could  resolve that problem just by grinding a few grooves into the heatsinks. Asus has apparently taken that advice to heart, as the new ROG Strix X299-XE Gaming is…

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Apple Watch’s new heart rate features won’t work on the original Watch model

Apple’s new Apple Watch software, WatchOS 4, includes several updates to the health and fitness tracking features of the Watch, the most interesting of which are new heart rate monitoring features. With the new software, the Watch will show resting heart rate, walking heart rate, and recovery rate, and flag abnormal spikes even when wearers aren’t working out. But it turns out that not all Apple Watch users will experience those. As pointed out both in 9to5Mac’s WatchOS 4 writeup…

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Uber braced for crash as TfL delivers London licence ruling

Uber is bracing itself for regulators‎ to deliver a crucial ruling that could trigger the removal of tens of thousands of private-hire drivers from London’s streets. Sky News has learnt that Transport for London (TfL‎)‎ could announce as soon as Friday whether it is handing the world’s biggest ride-hailing app a new five-year operating licence. Sources close to the decision said there were ‎growing expectations that the capital’s transport body would curtail or reject altogether Uber’s application for a new…

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Extend the Automatic Deletion of Windows 10 Feature Update Backups – TechNet UK Blog

By Alex Popham, Modern Desktop Technical Solutions Professional at Microsoft As you will all be aware, Windows has moved to an “As-A-Service” model. Every six months (March & September) a new “feature” update will be pushed through the usual update channels. Each feature update release will be supported for 18 months, so organisations can plan effectively around these very predictable timescales. On top of that, those who are signed up to the Windows Insider program will get early access to…

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Wave cloud: Virgin Australia passengers spot unusual ‘Morning Glory’ type cloud from plane

ONE of the world’s most spectacular cloud formations has amazed hundreds of passengers on an Australian jet. Virgin Australia tweeted an image of almost perfectly straight, serried rows of white clouds laid out below a plane flying across the Great Australian Bight. “Flying above the clouds has never looked this good!” read the tweet. “These incredible cloud formations were seen on board VA714 from Perth to Adelaide. The mysterious white fluffy rows are examples of wave clouds, the most famous…

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CFL Football Frenzy is now available on the App Store

The Canadian Football League (CFL) has announced that it has launched a shoot-out type of arcade game for download on mobile and tablet devices, called CFL Football Frenzy. Canadian-based Relish Interactive developed CFL Football Frenzy for young football fans from the age of 8 to 14, though the game is for everyone. CFL Football Frenzy allows its players to create and customize their own avatar and has offence, defence and field goal modes. Moreover, within the ‘Season’ mode, players get to…

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Venture fundraising in yuan soars as investors target Chinese tech firms

HONG KONG (Reuters) – China-focused venture capital funds are increasing their bets on local technology companies and a further opening of Chinese domestic capital markets, raising money in the yuan at the fastest pace in five years. Fund managers have raised 95.8 billion yuan ($14.54 billion) this year through late September in funds denominated in the Chinese currency, which is also known as the renminbi, compared with 56.7 billion yuan in all of 2016. That puts 2017 on pace to…

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