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Autonomous vehicles were the thing at CES 2019. Beyond cars, you could see just about every other vehicle hopping on the autonomous wave: boats, helicopters, motorbikes—you name it. That’s why I can firmly say this was the year of autonomous machines. without further ado, here’s a summary of the top automotive technology trends Tuxera saw
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Will VR change the way we love?

    by Tiffiny Rossi

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At Slush 2016 (Helsinki’s annual startup and tech event), Nokia showcased a music video filmed using their OZO VR camera. Although I had tried VR games and thought they were fun, this video took me to a very different emotional place. As I stood (virtually) between a young couple finding each other and falling in love, I found myself misty-eyed. If you have a VR headset, you
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As usual, this year’s CES was overflowing with gadgets from weird to wonderful. From my perspective, the most prominent trends were: cars, augmented and virtual reality, and robots. And, unlike previous years, smart TVs and drones were much less dominant at the event. You’ve probably seen many of the best CES wrap-ups from the tech
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