10 Sports Cars You Can Buy Instead Of ONE Brand New Porsche 911

And there’s still plenty of money left over for a year’s supply of fuel. Ask any motoring enthusiast what sports car they would most like to have parked in their garage and the 911 will inevitable be at or near

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For $2,185, you can travel Game of Thrones’ Seven Kingdoms

HBO’s hit Game of Thrones is mainly shot in Europe, around world heritage sites, major tourist attractions, and small towns. That sounds like a European PR travel company’s fever dream. Travel comparison site liligo.com has assembled an itinerary for fans of the show to

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Volkswagen To Make Cars That Can Communicate With Each Other

Along with electric vehicles, Volkswagen is also focussing on making its cars more connected. And with regards to the same, the company has announced that from 2019, some of its models will be fitted with Public Wireless Local Area Network (pWLAN). This

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What self-driving car software can learn from playing video games

Open-world driving games like Grand Theft Auto V aren’t just for lawless virtual joyrides anymore. They’re offering new learning opportunities for the artificial intelligence algorithms in self-driving cars. The video game’s worlds are so intricately designed they can easily be adapted to simulate real-life

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Google Assistant can now share personal info in Allo, but only if you let it

One of the coolest features of Allo is the ability to bring Google Assistant into any conversation. Just type @google and you can ask Assistant questions like “What’s my schedule like today” or “Show me the latest Cars 3 trailer,”

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Zero-day Windows file-sharing flaw can crash systems, maybe worse

The implementation of the SMB network file sharing protocol in Windows has a serious vulnerability that could allow hackers to, at the very least, remotely crash systems. The unpatched vulnerability was publicly disclosed Thursday by an independent security researcher named

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