2018 Honda Clarity Review: This Midsize Plug-In Hybrid Could Be Your Only Car

Forty-seven miles on battery, 340 miles on gas and electric, and room for five, the Clarity beats the Chevy Volt on comfort and comes close on range. Unlike the EV and fuel cell Clarity variants, the PHEV makes immediate sense.

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Cruise company Carnival to unveil personalized concierge technology

What if your room on a cruise ship were to unlock automatically as you approach, or if the wait staff could bring your favorite cocktail before you even ask?

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Stereolabs Linq aims to be the world’s first true ‘mixed-reality’ headset

Stereolabs Linq MR headset prototype

Stereolabs aims to turn your living room into a battlefield with its Linq mixed-reality headset

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'Bird' gadget lets you control a drone with your finger

A man holds up his finger. A drone, rising slowly in a conference room, hovers in place. He pushes his finger out a bit, and the drone moves forward. He pulls back, and the drone follows his gesture perfectly. He lowers his finger, and the drone lands softly on the ground.

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Highfive Offers Easy, Breezy Videoconferencing Handoffs


Highfive on Tuesday released a product priced to put high-quality videoconferencing in any room in any company. The product, also named “Highfive,” is a $799 device that connects to a TV and the Internet and can create video conferences in HD with high-fidelity sound. Highfive seamlessly integrates mobile devices with its conferences. “What they’ve done really well is allow companies to deploy videoconferencing from any device and in any conference room right out of the box to the cloud,” said Forrester analyst Phil Karcher.

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LG and Samsung announce new smartwatches ahead of Apple's anticipated 'iWatch' reveal [u]

In a possible bid to get word out before an expected Apple iWatch announcement sucks the air out of the room, LG on Wednesday took the wraps off a circular display-toting G Watch R, while Samsung touted a new cellular 3G-equipped Gear S smartwatch.



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Adobe ups Revel photo storage to 2GB, PCalc gets a new core

Family photo sharers now have more room to upload photos for free after Adobe increased the storage limit for its Revel service, while popular universal calculator app has received a major update that includes a new calculator core.



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Qualcomm, Oracle, Imagination team up to optimize Java, OpenWRT, Internet of Things for MIPS architecture

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Imagination Technologies wants to reinvigorate MIPS with its own new collaborative effort but is there any room for the once-mighty titan of supercomputing? Open source or not, it’s got a tough road ahead.

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