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Nissan creates the biggest remote controlled GT-R ever

If you have never driven a fast RC auto, you might not know how hard it is to control the vehicle when it is coming towards you, controls are reversed in that instance. The GT-R/C has a standard 542bhp V6 engine and uses four robots to operate steering, gearbox, brakes and accelerator. Six onboard computers were able to update the controls 100 times per second, and the auto had a wireless range of just over half a mile.

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Get lost mom and dad! Amazon lets teens shop on their own

Amazon has introduced a new way for teenagers to shop on Amazon using a unique login. Amazon .com, Inc. ( NASDAQ:AMZN ) today unveiled a new way for teens to shop for the items they want all by themselves - with parents' approval, of course.

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Amazon Waterproof Kindle Oasis Is Primed ForPoolside

The new Kindle has two storage variants namely the 8 GB which is for Rs 21,999 and the 32 GB (3G + free Wi-Fi) which is for Rs 28,999. The upgraded model has a slightly larger 7 inch display with an aluminum back. In profile, this updated Oasis doesn't even look all that different from its predecessor. That battery is good for 6-weeks of reading and there's now 12 LED illuminators down the side to front light that E Ink panel.

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Apple & Steven Spielberg Team Up to Reboot 'Amazing Stories'

It was not clear if Mr. Spielberg will be actively involved in the series. Even with ten episodes of Amazing Stories now in the works for approximately $5 million each, Apple Studios' remaining budget for the year is still well over $900 million.

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Need More Info? Swipe Up on Snapchat's Context Cards

These include Snaps tagged with the white, venue-specific, geofilters or that have been submitted to the firm's public "our story" collections, which appear in snap map or search. Context Cards will aim to teach Snapchat users more about the world and enable them to get more information about whatever catches their eye. The first Context Card that appears will contain basic information like the name of the place, category of venue (i.e.

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Zuckerberg criticised following 'virtual tour' of Puerto Rico

After discussing Facebook's contributions to Puerto Rico , Zuckerberg and Franklin transported themselves to the Moon and to Zuckerberg's living room to see his dog - all in virtual reality. The demo has repeatedly been called "tone deaf", since Zuckerberg and Facebook's head of social virtual reality, Rachel Franklin , were showing their avatars smiling and high-fiving against a backdrop of flooded areas and people cleaning up debris.