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News 24 Jan, 2017 Toyotas next supermini will get an all-new 1.5-litre petrol engine. Weve got all the details, plus spy shots and video.
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Once you're set up this might not matter too much, to be fair, and the client does have a few extras (a kill switch, port forwarding management, DNS leak protection, IPv6 tunnelling). But it could be a lot better with just a little more work. In our tests*, the speeds we achieved were also a little disappointing, unfortunately. The best download speed we witnessed from a local UK server was around 20Mbps, and peak European speeds were similar (compared to our regular speeds of around 35Mbps). California connections were more like 5Mbps, and even switching to New Jersey barely got us 10Mbps just enough for HD video streaming. Final verdict Mullvad didn't deliver anything close to the performance we've seen elsewhere, but if you're looking for truly anonymous accounts and a clear no-logging policy, we'd say take the three hour trial anyway.
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If we believe science fiction from Minority Report to Iron Man , to TekWar the future of computer interfaces belongs to gestures. There are many ways to read gestures, although often they require some sort of glove or IR emitter, which makes them less handy (no pun intended). Some, like the Leap Motion, have not proved popular for a variety of reasons. Soli (From Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group) is a gesture sensor that uses millimeter-wave RADAR . The device emits a broad radio beam and then collects information including return time, energy, and frequency shift to gain an understanding about the position and movement of objects in the field. You can see a video about the device, below. You naturally think of using optical technology to look at hand gestures (the same way humans do). However, RADAR has some advantages.
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Curtis Moldrich 5 min 53 sec ago Cars At CES earlier this year, Faraday Future claimed its FF91 was the fastest electric production car ever made – and even showed it beating a Tesla in a drag race. However, it looks like the FF91’s time has been beaten before any have even left the production line. See related Faraday Future unveils its Tesla competitor: The FF 91 Faraday Future proudly announced the FF91 could hit 0-60mph in 2.39 seconds, but in a new video posted online, that time is destroyed by 0.0001 seconds. The video posted by the Tesla Racing Channel features a P100D equipped with Tesla’s all new Ludicrous Plus mode, and during several races with conventional cars, the P100D clocks a 0-60mph time of 2.389 seconds. And yes, the P100D used is completely stock, too – so it hasnt been tweaked or boosted either. You can watch the video below.
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OVERWATCH fans can expect new Year of the Rooster skins and lots more as part of the Chinese New Year event update, which was the subject of a leaked video.
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A new racing game focusing entirely on motorbikes has launched on the Xbox One, Moto Racer 4. The new title supports two players in local matches and up to ten in online tournaments and features several items of unlockable content for players willing to dedicate the time and energy into mastering their bike skills. Here's [...]
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OVERWATCH fans can expect new Year of the Rooster skins and lots more as part of the Chinese New Year event update, which was the subject of a leaked video.
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Mayer has been driving a shift to mobile, video, social, and native advertising offerings at Yahoo, and revenue in those areas - which she dubbed '"avens," continued to climb. Mavens revenue for last leat slightly topped US$2 billion as compared to US$1.7 billion in 2015. "I'm very pleased with our Q4 results and incredibly proud of the team's execution on our 2016 strategic plan, particularly given the uniquely eventful past year for Yahoo," Mayer said. — AFP
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We will defend national investments of any other country that trust Mexico for investment." SOT, Luis Videgaray Caso, Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs (Spanish): "The new president of the US has said his first priority is his country. We need to follow suit, following the model of openness that allowed us to develop in the last 20 years and putting the interests of the Mexicans, all united, Mexicans first." SOT, Pablo Escudero Morales, President of the Senate of Mexico (Spanish) "From the legislative branch, we are sharing the concern of all Mexicans, most notably of our migrant brothers, who are living difficult moments as a consequence of the new politics that the incoming government of the US pretends to adopt. These measures are an assault and put at risk the national interests of Mexico." Video ID: 20170123 026 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Birds and Animals Unlimited says Hercules the dog in fact loves swimming and later jumped in to the water happily but that the video deliberately left that part out.
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I have no idea who was responsible for leaking the video of my son but I cannot image it was one of our staff or former staff even if his wife is suggesting this."
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