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Jun
2016

Plug-in hybrid Haval has the range to challenge the big boys

Haval's HB-02 debuted in Beijing, and showcases a new hybrid powertrain

It's not just automotive powerhouses like Mercedes and Volvo preparing for an electric driven future; smaller players like Haval are also developing electric powertrains in an attempt to put them ahead of the curve. The Haval HB-02 concept is evidence of this, with a plug-in hybrid powertrain offering 65 km (40 mi) of pure EV motoring.

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Category: Automotive

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15
Jun
2016

macOS Sierra preview: Siri comes to the Mac

macOS Sierra brings the familiar features of Siri for iOS to the Mac with an attractive user interface, third-party integration and some interesting capabilities specifically designed for the desktop that are not supported on iOS. In addition to standard search queries, you can ask Siri to locate a specific document you worked on last night, add […]

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15
Jun
2016

Apple’s free app of the week: TextGrabber

Apple on Thursday updated its App of the Week promotion with the productivity app TextGrabber. This means that for the next 7 days, you’ll be able to download the popular OCR translation app for free on both iPhone and iPad—a solid savings of $5. For those of you who are unfamiliar with TextGrabber, it easily and quickly scans, […]

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15
Jun
2016

Rolls-Royce’s first pure concept car puts the future on notice

The Rolls Royce Vision Next 100 resembles a catamaran on wheels

Concept cars are meant to push the edges of what's possible, but the Rolls Royce Vision Next 100 (codenamed 103EX) has taken that idea to a level that most other brands could only hope to achieve. Revealed earlier today at the London Roundhouse, Rolls Royce's first-ever pure concept in its 105-year history is a fully autonomous vehicle that for all intents and purposes is a rolling luxury living room.

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Category: Automotive

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15
Jun
2016

Tank crews get 360-degree X-ray vision

IronVision uses sensors to make tanks essentially see-through for their crews

Battle tanks are about the least invisible thing ever invented, but Elbit Systems has come up with a way to make them as see through as glass – at least from the inside. The company's new IronVision Helmet-Mounted System (HMS) doesn't use magic to achieve this. Instead, it employs sensor and display technology originally developed for fighter and helicopter pilots to provide a virtual 360º panoramic view of the battlefield to tank commanders and crews.

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Category: Military

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15
Jun
2016

Aircraft tech lets crewmen see through tanks

IronVision uses sensors to make tanks essentially see-through for their crews

Battle tanks are about the least invisible thing ever invented, but Elbit Systems has come up with a way to make them as see through as glass – at least from the inside. The company's new IronVision Helmet-Mounted System (HMS) doesn't use magic to achieve this. Instead, it employs sensor and display technology originally developed for fighter and helicopter pilots to provide a virtual 360º panoramic view of the battlefield to tank commanders and crews.

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Category: Military

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