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Crowded Streets Reportedly Good for GM’s Autonomous Tech

Back in August, we had the opportunity to test General Motors’ new Super Cruise technology on a Cadillac CT6. As the first SAE Level 3 system to operate at highway speeds, it impressed us with how well the technology worked. In fact, it’s even more impressive than Tesla’s Autopilot. But ...

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Broadcom, Brocade push back merger deadline

Broadcom and Brocade have agreed to push back the deadline to complete their $5.5 billion proposed merger. Under the original acquisition agreement, the companies had the option to terminate the deal on Nov. 1 if it hadn’t closed. Singapore-based Broadcom first announced plans to buy Brocade last November, but the ...

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See, Apple was right to dump the headphone jack

Google Pixel 2 So much for all the hand-wringing over Apple’s decision to dump the headphone jack. Must read: iOS 11 battery life is terrible After poking fun at Apple last year for getting rid of the headphone jack from the iPhone, Google has this year followed suit and dropped ...

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Instagram Stories launches cross-posting to Facebook Stories

Facebook Stories might not be a ghost town for long. After testing in Portugal last month, TechCrunch spotted the option to syndicate your Instagram Stories to Facebook Stories appearing to US users. Now Facebook confirms this feature is officially rolling out, and everyone should have it soon if not already. ...

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2018 Nissan Frontier Offers More Standard Goodies

Nissan has announced updates to the aging Frontier midsize truck for the 2018 model year, which includes the addition of new standard features such as Bluetooth connectivity, a 5.0-inch screen, cruise control, air conditioning, and a rearview camera. The 2018 Nissan Frontier now starts at $19,965 for the base King Cab ...

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NBN launches new Sky Muster plans with more data

(Image: NBN) Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) company has launched its new satellite packages, offering an increase in data allowances following criticisms of the service. Consumers living within the satellite footprint covering regional and rural areas are now able to order peak and off-peak packages from their retail service providers ...

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