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AutoComplete: Tesla settles with Michigan, can now sell and service cars there

1/24/2020
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Today on AutoComplete Harley shows off a middleweight electric bike, and the first C8 sells for a cool $3 million.

How to break up with Instagram

1/24/2020
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If you spend a lot of time on social media, it can be tough to wean yourself off it. Especially addictive is Instagram, with its endless feed of beautiful photos. Here are ways to minimize your time on the Instagram app -- or quit it outright.

Audi R8 Shootout: V8 Manual vs. V10 Performance

1/24/2020
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We take the original Audi R8 to the track to see how it stacks up against its younger sibling.

Apple partners with gyms, Google's search change annoys some

1/24/2020
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In today's top stories, working out at some gyms with an Apple Watch can earn you rewards. Meanwhile, Google's design tweak for search is making it harder to figure out what's an ad and what's not.

Will the iPhone 12 look like the iPhone 11?

1/23/2020
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New reports are claiming that the iPhone 12 won't look any different from the iPhone 11. Let's break down the rumors on this week's Apple Core.

See the top in-car technologies you'll be buying soon

1/23/2020
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If you think a see-through sun visor makes no sense, prepare to be wowed.

Why Apple needs the iPhone 9, aka SE 2

1/23/2020
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The time is ripe for a truly budget iPhone.

U.N. wants answers in Bezos hack, 5G boom projected for 2022

1/23/2020
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Today's major tech stories include the U.N.'s investigations into the Jeff Bezos phone hack, a 5G boom projected for 2022 and a leak of the Xbox Series X back ports.

2019 Honda Clarity PHEV: Fuel-efficient and flexible

1/23/2020
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The plug-in hybrid variant of Honda's green-car Clarity trio doesn't get as much attention as its EV and fuel cell siblings, but this configuration may be the most flexible and practical of the three.

GMC developing trailer braking tech to stop on a dime

1/22/2020
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When you're hauling over 30,000 pounds, stopping should be stress-free. GMC is working to make it that way.

Jeff Bezos' phone hack started with a WhatsApp message: a timeline

1/22/2020
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The UN is calling for a full investigation on Saudi Arabia's alleged role in hacking Bezos's iPhone.

Cruise reveals its Origin: An electric, driverless taxi

1/22/2020
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The Cruise Origin ditches everything not needed for urban ride-hailing, including the driver.

Details about Samsung's next foldable phone pop up everywhere

1/22/2020
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Almost everything about the Galaxy Z Flip has leaked online. We're talking screen size, cameras, processors and even pictures of Samsung's upcoming foldable phone.

Was Bezos' phone hacked by Saudi crown prince?

1/22/2020
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UN experts back news reports that Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos' phone may have been hacked by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Apple abandoned iClould encryption, Uber to let some drivers set fares

1/22/2020
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Today's major tech stories include Apple's abandoned plan to encrypt iClould backup data, Uber allowing some California drivers to set their own fares and some of Qualcomm's last 4G chips that will help connectivity in cheaper mobile devices.

GMC gives the AT4 treatment to 2021 Yukon and Canyon

1/22/2020
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The latest from the upscale truck and SUV manufacturer gives owners the opportunity to venture off the beaten path.

Clearview AI's facial recognition goes creepier than most surveillance tech

1/21/2020
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From The Daily Charge: Imagine being able to scan someone's face and pulling up their photos from Facebook instantly.

Clearview AI's facial recognition goes creepier than most surveillance tech

1/21/2020
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From The Daily Charge: Imagine being able to scan someone's face and pulling up their photos from Facebook instantly.

We're back from the future -- CES 2020 (The Daily Charge, 1/21/2020)

1/21/2020
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A recap of the best and worst things we saw at the massive tech show.

Google wants AI regulation, Netflix snags Studio Ghibli

1/21/2020
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The studio behind My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away and Ponyo is coming to Netflix, but not in the US.