DJI Mavic Pro Release Date, Price and Specs

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The DJI Mavic Pro may be the first prosumer camera drone with true mass appeal.

While there have been several kinder, gentler quadcopters this year — from the large PowerVision PowerEgg to the compact Yuneec Breeze — the Mavic Pro is really the only one to combine high performance in an ultracompact body. Add in DJI’s full assortment of safety and ease-of-use features and you’ve got a drone that anyone can take anywhere.

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Meet the new Chevrolet Trax, same as the old Chevrolet Trax

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How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?

A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.

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Honeywell Lyric T5 Release Date, Price and Specs

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German regulator stops flow of data from WhatsApp to Facebook

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Facebook has been ordered to stop collecting data from Whatsapp and delete what the info it has stored.

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The real winner of last night’s debate? The memes (The 3:59, Ep. 113)

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Also, rumors of Google combining it’s Android and Chrome OS and… when is Google’s real birthday?

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Black-as-night Doritos taste like garlic, ward off vampires

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Forget nacho cheese and cool ranch. You need some garlic-flavored Doritos to power your vampire-fighting escapades.

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Google fights router hackers with OnHub security

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Use Microsoft Rewards to score free Amazon or Starbucks gift cards every month

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Look, I’m not here to judge. If Microsoft wants to bribe folks to use its Bing search engine and Edge browser, I’m only too happy to enjoy my next Starbucks peppermint mocha gratis.

There’s this thing called Microsoft Rewards. Until last month it was known as Bing Rewards, which netted you points in exchange for using Bing, taking quizzes and so on. Those points could be exchanged for things like sweepstake entries, Microsoft services and apparel, and even gift cards from various major businesses.

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This Japanese app rewards drivers with coffee for not picking up the phone

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Bribing people into driving safely? Sounds like my kind of app.

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Sony, Atlantic, Warner Bros and others team up to sue YouTube music pirates

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14 music labels seek massive damages from YouTube ripping site.

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