Volvo will test driverless cars in London next year

LONDON — Volvo is starting a scheme that will see 100 families being driven around by driverless cars in London next year.  SEE ALSO: These futuristic driverless pods will run on Singapore’s roads by end of the year Described as “UK’s most ambitious autonomous driving trial,” the Drive Me scheme …

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The crazy way you can extend the range of your car key fob

This one sounds so preposterous, it will surely strike you as nonsense — but it really works. When you hold your car’s remote control against your head, you can lock and unlock your doors from much farther away. Depending on the car model and your body composition, you may gain …

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Amazon has to pay for those apps your kids bought

Good news: you might be getting some cash from Amazon soon. Bad news: it might be because your kid blew hundreds of dollars on in-app purchases while playing with your Kindle Fire. A federal judge today ruled that Amazon is liable for failing to warn consumers that free-to-play apps weren’t …

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Roku Streaming Stick review: The only streaming device you need

Roku’s first Streaming Stick has been the best streaming device around for some time. It’s inexpensive, unobtrusive, and packs Roku’s ginormous collection of streaming channels. But it’s not perfect. Compared to rivals like Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and the Apple TV, the Roku Stick is preposterously slow. But Roku has …

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US surveillance court reportedly rejected zero spying requests last year

According to a Justice Department memo seen by Reuters, the United States Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Court, tasked with approving or denying electronic spying requests for foreign intelligence purposes, did not deny any requests made by the government in 2015. 1,457 requests made in 2015 Reuters writes that the 1,457 requests made last …

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