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  • 1/26   Press Review #vr #audio
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 - Scenes Sound Digital Aiming for Industry Innovation to Launch Professional VR Audio Technology at CES 2017 - Yahoo Finance   More Information - Vuze Is An $800 VR Camera Releasing In March With 3D Audio Support - UploadVR   More Information - HTC's Vive Deluxe Audio Strap makes its VR headset more comfortable - Engadget   More Information - These Earbuds Record 3D Audio Using a Classic Technique - Gizmodo   More Information - CES 2017: Dirac Research Unveils 'Dynamic 3D Audio' AR/VR Platform - Twice   More Information - Audeze iSINE VR Headphones Are Premium Audio For VR ... - Android Headlines   More Information - Oculus Earphones review: Enhanced VR audio on the cheap - New Atlas   More Information - THX Creates Audio Chip Positioned for VR Claimed to 'best every other amplifier product in the marketplace' - Road to VR   More Information - Sony Brings PS VR's 3D Audio To PS4 Games With New Platinum Headset - UploadVR   More Information - Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Surround is like VR for your ears - Sound Guys   More Information


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    - Scenes Sound Digital Aiming for Industry Innovation to Launch Professional VR Audio Technology at CES 2017 - Yahoo Finance
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    - Vuze Is An $800 VR Camera Releasing In March With 3D Audio Support - UploadVR
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    - HTC's Vive Deluxe Audio Strap makes its VR headset more comfortable - Engadget
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    - These Earbuds Record 3D Audio Using a Classic Technique - Gizmodo
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    - CES 2017: Dirac Research Unveils 'Dynamic 3D Audio' AR/VR Platform - Twice
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    - Audeze iSINE VR Headphones Are Premium Audio For VR ... - Android Headlines
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    - Oculus Earphones review: Enhanced VR audio on the cheap - New Atlas
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    - THX Creates Audio Chip Positioned for VR Claimed to 'best every other amplifier product in the marketplace' - Road to VR
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    - Sony Brings PS VR's 3D Audio To PS4 Games With New Platinum Headset - UploadVR
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    - Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Surround is like VR for your ears - Sound Guys
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    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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  • 2/26   Snapchat becomes latest tech firm to pick London despite Brexit

    By Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) - Messaging app Snapchat said it would make London the home of its international operations, delivering another vote of confidence in Britain's tech standing as the country prepares to leave the European Union. The company, which has 150 million daily users globally, will book sales in countries where it has no local entity in Britain rather than routing them through lower tax jurisdictions like Ireland and Luxembourg as some other U.S. tech companies do. Snap Inc, which plans to go public this year in the biggest U.S. stock market debt since 2014, said the UK's strong creative industries made the country "a great place to build a global business".

    By Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) - Messaging app Snapchat said it would make London the home of its international operations, delivering another vote of confidence in Britain's tech standing as the country prepares to leave the European Union. The company, which has 150 million daily users globally, will book sales in countries where it has no local entity in Britain rather than routing them through lower tax jurisdictions like Ireland and Luxembourg as some other U.S. tech companies do. Snap Inc, which plans to go public this year in the biggest U.S. stock market debt since 2014, said the UK's strong creative industries made the country "a great place to build a global business".


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  • 3/26   EU privacy proposal could dent Facebook, Gmail ad revenue

    By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Online messaging services such as WhatsApp , iMessage and Gmail will face tough rules on how they can track users under a proposal presented by the European Union executive on Tuesday which may hit advertising revenue. For example, email services such as Gmail and Hotmail will not be able to scan customers' emails to serve them targeted ads without getting their explicit agreement. Most free online services rely on advertising to fund themselves, raising fears that Tuesday's proposal could reduce that revenue stream.

    By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Online messaging services such as WhatsApp , iMessage and Gmail will face tough rules on how they can track users under a proposal presented by the European Union executive on Tuesday which may hit advertising revenue. For example, email services such as Gmail and Hotmail will not be able to scan customers' emails to serve them targeted ads without getting their explicit agreement. Most free online services rely on advertising to fund themselves, raising fears that Tuesday's proposal could reduce that revenue stream.


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  • 4/26   China's WeChat seeks slice of Apple's app store with 'mini' function

    China's largest mobile social media network WeChat is offering its 768 million users a function which allows them to by-pass app stores such as Apple's . The launch of "Xiaochengxu", which translates as "mini programs", challenges Apple founder Steve Jobs' idea of an app store overseen by the maker of the iPhone, the device which marked its 10th anniversary on Monday. App stores run by Apple and Google generate billions of dollars in revenue globally for them and China is a key target market as its users rely heavily on their phones for daily tasks ranging from grocery shopping to booking nail appointments.

    China's largest mobile social media network WeChat is offering its 768 million users a function which allows them to by-pass app stores such as Apple's . The launch of "Xiaochengxu", which translates as "mini programs", challenges Apple founder Steve Jobs' idea of an app store overseen by the maker of the iPhone, the device which marked its 10th anniversary on Monday. App stores run by Apple and Google generate billions of dollars in revenue globally for them and China is a key target market as its users rely heavily on their phones for daily tasks ranging from grocery shopping to booking nail appointments.


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  • 5/26   Anti-establishment wave to help push blockchain into real world in 2017

    LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A wave of anti-establishment sentiment sweeping the Western world is likely to help push blockchain - the technology that gave birth to the renegade digital currency bitcoin - out of cyberspace and into the real world in 2017. Blockchain, which allows the web-based currency to function, has attracted some big backers who have risen to prominence partly because of their rejection of traditional power structures - like bitcoin itself. Now they are looking at a wide range of new uses for the technology, with those outside the realm of finance expected to grow most.

    LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A wave of anti-establishment sentiment sweeping the Western world is likely to help push blockchain - the technology that gave birth to the renegade digital currency bitcoin - out of cyberspace and into the real world in 2017. Blockchain, which allows the web-based currency to function, has attracted some big backers who have risen to prominence partly because of their rejection of traditional power structures - like bitcoin itself. Now they are looking at a wide range of new uses for the technology, with those outside the realm of finance expected to grow most.


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  • 6/26   Italy looking at Google proposal to close tax dispute: source

    Italy's tax authorities are looking at a proposal from Google to pay between 270 million and 280 million euros ($296 million) to wrap up a tax dispute, a source close to the matter said on Tuesday. Early last year Italian tax police presented a claim against Google for the non-payment of taxes between 2009 and 2013 to the tune of 227 million euros. One of the sticking points to reaching a final settlement with the U.S. giant is a commitment from Google to pay taxes in Italy in the future, the source said.

    Italy's tax authorities are looking at a proposal from Google to pay between 270 million and 280 million euros ($296 million) to wrap up a tax dispute, a source close to the matter said on Tuesday. Early last year Italian tax police presented a claim against Google for the non-payment of taxes between 2009 and 2013 to the tune of 227 million euros. One of the sticking points to reaching a final settlement with the U.S. giant is a commitment from Google to pay taxes in Italy in the future, the source said.


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  • 7/26   India's PM Modi touts digitized economy to business leaders

    By Rupam Jain and Promit Mukherjee GANDHINAGAR (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a gathering of business leaders on Tuesday that the country was on the verge of becoming the world's most digitized economy, and avoided direct mention of the economic hit from demonetization. Speaking at India's biggest investor summit, organized in his home state of Gujarat, the 65-year-old said his government was strongly committed to continue reforming the Indian economy. "We are working to adopt and absorb newer technologies, to bring about transparency, and to end discretion," Modi told the summit, adding that foreign direct investment in the country has topped $130 billion in his two-and-a-half years in office.

    By Rupam Jain and Promit Mukherjee GANDHINAGAR (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a gathering of business leaders on Tuesday that the country was on the verge of becoming the world's most digitized economy, and avoided direct mention of the economic hit from demonetization. Speaking at India's biggest investor summit, organized in his home state of Gujarat, the 65-year-old said his government was strongly committed to continue reforming the Indian economy. "We are working to adopt and absorb newer technologies, to bring about transparency, and to end discretion," Modi told the summit, adding that foreign direct investment in the country has topped $130 billion in his two-and-a-half years in office.


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  • 8/26   HTC’s leaked smartphone is a weird hybrid of LG and Samsung style

    The HTC 10 earned itself a lot of love from the people who bought one last year — but as best anyone can tell, that wasn’t a whole lot of people. More recently there’s been the Bolt (a Sprint exclusive in the US) and the Google-branded, HTC-made Pixel, but it seems that HTC’s next major smartphone is due soon. As noted by Android Police, leaked images of a device codenamed “Ocean Blue” show off a phone with glass covering both the front and back with an aluminum frame sandwiched in the middle.

    The HTC 10 earned itself a lot of love from the people who bought one last year — but as best anyone can tell, that wasn’t a whole lot of people. More recently there’s been the Bolt (a Sprint exclusive in the US) and the Google-branded, HTC-made Pixel, but it seems that HTC’s next major smartphone is due soon. As noted by Android Police, leaked images of a device codenamed “Ocean Blue” show off a phone with glass covering both the front and back with an aluminum frame sandwiched in the middle.


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  • 9/26   HTC’s leaked smartphone is a weird hybrid of LG and Samsung style

    The HTC 10 earned itself a lot of love from the people who bought one last year — but as best anyone can tell, that wasn’t a whole lot of people. More recently there’s been the Bolt (a Sprint exclusive in the US) and the Google-branded, HTC-made Pixel, but it seems that HTC’s next major smartphone is due soon. As noted by Android Police, leaked images of a device codenamed “Ocean Blue” show off a phone with glass covering both the front and back with an aluminum frame sandwiched in the middle.

    The HTC 10 earned itself a lot of love from the people who bought one last year — but as best anyone can tell, that wasn’t a whole lot of people. More recently there’s been the Bolt (a Sprint exclusive in the US) and the Google-branded, HTC-made Pixel, but it seems that HTC’s next major smartphone is due soon. As noted by Android Police, leaked images of a device codenamed “Ocean Blue” show off a phone with glass covering both the front and back with an aluminum frame sandwiched in the middle.


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  • 10/26   Watch a macaque monkey try to mate with a deer

    Screenshot from video by Alexandre BonnefoyScientists caught a male Japanese macaque red-butted (so to speak) trying to mate with several female sika deer. In the video, a few of the deer try to shake the little monkey off, but others just wait for it to be over. The video of the attempted interspecies coupling was filmed on Yakushima Island, Japan, in the fall of 2015 — the peak of macaque breeding season. It was published with an academic paper today in the journal Primates, and was first reported by New Scientist. The macaques and the deer live in the same areas, and regularly interact. ...

    Screenshot from video by Alexandre BonnefoyScientists caught a male Japanese macaque red-butted (so to speak) trying to mate with several female sika deer. In the video, a few of the deer try to shake the little monkey off, but others just wait for it to be over. The video of the attempted interspecies coupling was filmed on Yakushima Island, Japan, in the fall of 2015 — the peak of macaque breeding season. It was published with an academic paper today in the journal Primates, and was first reported by New Scientist. The macaques and the deer live in the same areas, and regularly interact. ...


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  • 11/26   Watch a macaque monkey try to mate with a deer

    Scientists caught a male Japanese macaque red-butted (so to speak) trying to mate with several female sika deer. In the video, a few of the deer try to shake the little monkey off, but others just wait for it to be over. The video of the attempted interspecies coupling was filmed on Yakushima Island, Japan, in the fall of 2015 — the peak of macaque breeding season.

    Scientists caught a male Japanese macaque red-butted (so to speak) trying to mate with several female sika deer. In the video, a few of the deer try to shake the little monkey off, but others just wait for it to be over. The video of the attempted interspecies coupling was filmed on Yakushima Island, Japan, in the fall of 2015 — the peak of macaque breeding season.


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  • 12/26   Why Volkswagen keeps making microbus throwbacks it never intends to sell

    Volkswagen unveiled another new microbus concept in Detroit — a total blast from the past that probably won’t have much of a future. The I.D. Buzz is an all-electric, fully autonomous vehicle meant to harken back to Volkswagen’s glory days of peace signs, bellbottoms, and flower power. It’s a brilliant marketing strategy, but the question remains: will Volkswagen ever build this thing?

    Volkswagen unveiled another new microbus concept in Detroit — a total blast from the past that probably won’t have much of a future. The I.D. Buzz is an all-electric, fully autonomous vehicle meant to harken back to Volkswagen’s glory days of peace signs, bellbottoms, and flower power. It’s a brilliant marketing strategy, but the question remains: will Volkswagen ever build this thing?


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  • 13/26   Detroit Auto Show 2017: the biggest cars, concepts, and news

    Every January, the auto industry gathers in Detroit for the (terribly named) North American International Auto Show. It falls just after CES and reminds us that, for all the futuristic tech we saw in Las Vegas, car companies are mostly concerned about selling cars today. Detroit may be steeped in its automotive past, but the Motor City is not feeling all that nostalgic about its contributions to the car industry.

    Every January, the auto industry gathers in Detroit for the (terribly named) North American International Auto Show. It falls just after CES and reminds us that, for all the futuristic tech we saw in Las Vegas, car companies are mostly concerned about selling cars today. Detroit may be steeped in its automotive past, but the Motor City is not feeling all that nostalgic about its contributions to the car industry.


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  • 14/26   Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events gets right what the movie got wrong

    The moment you start watching Netflix’s new show A Series of Unfortunate Events, Neil Patrick Harris implores you to stop. “Look away, look away,” he croons in the opening theme, “This show will wreck your evening, your whole life, and your day.” It’s the same approach the Series of Unfortunate Events books have always taken, both in their text and in their marketing: drawing fans in by telling them their lives would be much more enjoyable if they looked for almost any other story instead. Author Daniel Handler first launched the Series of Unfortunate Events novels in 1999, writing under the pseudonym “Lemony Snicket,” who narrates in both his series and Netflix’s show.

    The moment you start watching Netflix’s new show A Series of Unfortunate Events, Neil Patrick Harris implores you to stop. “Look away, look away,” he croons in the opening theme, “This show will wreck your evening, your whole life, and your day.” It’s the same approach the Series of Unfortunate Events books have always taken, both in their text and in their marketing: drawing fans in by telling them their lives would be much more enjoyable if they looked for almost any other story instead. Author Daniel Handler first launched the Series of Unfortunate Events novels in 1999, writing under the pseudonym “Lemony Snicket,” who narrates in both his series and Netflix’s show.


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  • 15/26   Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events gets right what the movie got wrong

    The moment you start watching Netflix’s new show A Series of Unfortunate Events, Neil Patrick Harris implores you to stop. “Look away, look away,” he croons in the opening theme, “This show will wreck your evening, your whole life, and your day.” It’s the same approach the Series of Unfortunate Events books have always taken, both in their text and in their marketing: drawing fans in by telling them their lives would be much more enjoyable if they looked for almost any other story instead. Author Daniel Handler first launched the Series of Unfortunate Events novels in 1999, writing under the pseudonym “Lemony Snicket,” who narrates in both his series and Netflix’s show.

    The moment you start watching Netflix’s new show A Series of Unfortunate Events, Neil Patrick Harris implores you to stop. “Look away, look away,” he croons in the opening theme, “This show will wreck your evening, your whole life, and your day.” It’s the same approach the Series of Unfortunate Events books have always taken, both in their text and in their marketing: drawing fans in by telling them their lives would be much more enjoyable if they looked for almost any other story instead. Author Daniel Handler first launched the Series of Unfortunate Events novels in 1999, writing under the pseudonym “Lemony Snicket,” who narrates in both his series and Netflix’s show.


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  • 16/26   Project will digitize Catholic records of Boston Archdiocese

    Two of Boston's most venerable institutions are teaming up to create an online database of hundreds of thousands of Roman Catholic Church documents to help people trace their family histories. The New ...

    Two of Boston's most venerable institutions are teaming up to create an online database of hundreds of thousands of Roman Catholic Church documents to help people trace their family histories. The New ...


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  • 17/26   This is why you should never Instagram your boarding pass

    There’s a problem with the way airlines manage passenger information — and Instagram is making it worse. After decades of technological progress, airline’s proof that you are who you say you are still boils down to a single six-digit number, encoded in the barcode on your boarding pass. Onstage, researcher Karsten Nohl pulled a barcode directly off the hashtag, then used it to log into the Lufthansa website as the unlucky traveler.

    There’s a problem with the way airlines manage passenger information — and Instagram is making it worse. After decades of technological progress, airline’s proof that you are who you say you are still boils down to a single six-digit number, encoded in the barcode on your boarding pass. Onstage, researcher Karsten Nohl pulled a barcode directly off the hashtag, then used it to log into the Lufthansa website as the unlucky traveler.


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  • 18/26   This is why you should never Instagram your boarding pass

    There’s a problem with the way airlines manage passenger information — and Instagram is making it worse. After decades of technological progress, airline’s proof that you are who you say you are still boils down to a single six-digit number, encoded in the barcode on your boarding pass. Onstage, researcher Karsten Nohl pulled a barcode directly off the hashtag, then used it to log into the Lufthansa website as the unlucky traveler.

    There’s a problem with the way airlines manage passenger information — and Instagram is making it worse. After decades of technological progress, airline’s proof that you are who you say you are still boils down to a single six-digit number, encoded in the barcode on your boarding pass. Onstage, researcher Karsten Nohl pulled a barcode directly off the hashtag, then used it to log into the Lufthansa website as the unlucky traveler.


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  • 19/26   The most beautiful car at the Detroit Auto Show is covered in dirt and dead bugs

    The floor of the Detroit Auto Show is littered with beautiful new cars. There’s the wild and angular Nissan Vmotion 2.0, the futuristic Volkswagen I.D. Buzz concept, and the new Kia Stinger, a car that I had an immediate personal affinity for when it was unveiled.

    The floor of the Detroit Auto Show is littered with beautiful new cars. There’s the wild and angular Nissan Vmotion 2.0, the futuristic Volkswagen I.D. Buzz concept, and the new Kia Stinger, a car that I had an immediate personal affinity for when it was unveiled.


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  • 20/26   The 30-minute meeting: Why shorter meetings can be more productive

    Long meetings, and too many meetings, can be a source of employee dissatisfaction. Here's how to get more out of meetings in less time.

    Long meetings, and too many meetings, can be a source of employee dissatisfaction. Here's how to get more out of meetings in less time.


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  • 21/26   New tool ViewedIt wants to replace your emails with videos

    On Tuesday, video platform Vidyard released an enterprise version of its ViewedIt tool, allowing business users to record personal videos instead of sending text emails. Can it change the way offices communicate?

    On Tuesday, video platform Vidyard released an enterprise version of its ViewedIt tool, allowing business users to record personal videos instead of sending text emails. Can it change the way offices communicate?


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  • 22/26   Apple says a bug caused Consumer Reports’ MacBook Pro battery life issues

    Apple announced today that, after working with Consumer Reports, the company has identified a bug in Safari that caused CR to have inconsistent battery life when testing the new MacBook Pros. The news comes after Consumer Reports made waves around the internet several weeks ago when it chose not to recommend Apple’s new laptops after experiencing wildly variable battery life on the updated models, making them the first MacBook computers to not receive a Consumer Reports recommendation. Apple is still standing by its advertised battery claims and said that the low battery results were due to a software bug in Safari’s developer mode that specifically affected Consumer Reports’ test methodology.

    Apple announced today that, after working with Consumer Reports, the company has identified a bug in Safari that caused CR to have inconsistent battery life when testing the new MacBook Pros. The news comes after Consumer Reports made waves around the internet several weeks ago when it chose not to recommend Apple’s new laptops after experiencing wildly variable battery life on the updated models, making them the first MacBook computers to not receive a Consumer Reports recommendation. Apple is still standing by its advertised battery claims and said that the low battery results were due to a software bug in Safari’s developer mode that specifically affected Consumer Reports’ test methodology.


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  • 23/26   Apple says a bug caused Consumer Reports’ MacBook Pro battery life issues

    Apple announced today that, after working with Consumer Reports, the company has identified a bug in Safari that caused CR to have inconsistent battery life when testing the new MacBook Pros. The news comes after Consumer Reports made waves around the internet several weeks ago when it chose not to recommend Apple’s new laptops after experiencing wildly variable battery life on the updated models, making them the first MacBook computers to not receive a Consumer Reports recommendation. Apple is still standing by its advertised battery claims and said that the low battery results were due to a software bug in Safari’s developer mode that specifically affected Consumer Reports’ test methodology.

    Apple announced today that, after working with Consumer Reports, the company has identified a bug in Safari that caused CR to have inconsistent battery life when testing the new MacBook Pros. The news comes after Consumer Reports made waves around the internet several weeks ago when it chose not to recommend Apple’s new laptops after experiencing wildly variable battery life on the updated models, making them the first MacBook computers to not receive a Consumer Reports recommendation. Apple is still standing by its advertised battery claims and said that the low battery results were due to a software bug in Safari’s developer mode that specifically affected Consumer Reports’ test methodology.


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  • 24/26   The Ford GT has a digital instrument cluster to help you drive better at 200 mph

    To help with that task, Ford developed a digital “glass-cockpit” instrument cluster for the Ford GT supercar that changes based on drive mode to show only the most relevant data for the task at hand. In other words, it turned the instrument cluster into a digital screen. Ford also plans to bring the GT’s digital instrument cluster to its other cars.

    To help with that task, Ford developed a digital “glass-cockpit” instrument cluster for the Ford GT supercar that changes based on drive mode to show only the most relevant data for the task at hand. In other words, it turned the instrument cluster into a digital screen. Ford also plans to bring the GT’s digital instrument cluster to its other cars.


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  • 25/26   The Ford GT has a digital instrument cluster to help you drive better at 200 mph

    To help with that task, Ford developed a digital “glass-cockpit” instrument cluster for the Ford GT supercar that changes based on drive mode to show only the most relevant data for the task at hand. In other words, it turned the instrument cluster into a digital screen. Ford also plans to bring the GT’s digital instrument cluster to its other cars.

    To help with that task, Ford developed a digital “glass-cockpit” instrument cluster for the Ford GT supercar that changes based on drive mode to show only the most relevant data for the task at hand. In other words, it turned the instrument cluster into a digital screen. Ford also plans to bring the GT’s digital instrument cluster to its other cars.


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  • 26/26   Italy arrests suspects who tried hacking Draghi, Renzi

    ROME (AP) — Italian police have arrested two suspects, a brother-and-sister team, for trying to hack the personal email accounts of leading public figures, including reportedly those of former premier Matteo Renzi and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi.

    ROME (AP) — Italian police have arrested two suspects, a brother-and-sister team, for trying to hack the personal email accounts of leading public figures, including reportedly those of former premier Matteo Renzi and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi.


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