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10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to start your week. 1. Snapchat is now called Snap Inc., and is selling "Spectacles" for $129 (£99). They're smart sunglasses with a camera mounted on them. 2. The wait for Nintendo's next console is testing the company's most passionate fans. Show More Summary

A driverless future is coming — but it won't start with self-driving cars

Self-driving cars are coming. Tesla is aiming to have a fully driverless car ready by 2018, and Uber recently kicked off a pilot in Pittsburgh where select users can hail a ride in a self-driving car. And many other companies have plans...Show More Summary

I take back everything bad I ever said about the Jaguar F-Type

I have not been a fan of the Jaguar F-Type. When I drove an F-Type R in 2015, I came away from the experience grateful but annoyed. The allegedly glorious and gorgeous machine pestered my nerves for days. I concluded the car is pretentious. Show More Summary

This famous Ford plant could be inspiring Elon Musk's ideas about how to re-imagine factories (TSLA)

Tesla recently opened a massive $5-billion lithium-ion battery factory in Nevada — the Gigafactory. The company formed a partnership with Panasonic to get the facility up and running, and CEO Elon Musk has also said that other sites,...Show More Summary

Nintendo's still-unannounced game console is reportedly entering production

Nintendo's next gaming console, codenamed NX, is the biggest wild card in video games right now. We've known of its existence since March 2015, but with just six paltry months between now and its confirmed March 2017 launch date, Nintendo...Show More Summary

6 of the best unbuilt transportation projects in the 20th century

Worthwhile urban transportation infrastructure projects are ambitious, cost millions to make, and make it much easier to get from Point A to Point B. But for every transportation plan that makes it, there's another one that doesn't make...Show More Summary

Nike is patenting a machine that will make its most popular shoe fit better

Nike's Flyknit sneakers are wildly popular worldwide — the franchise is expected to bring in $1 billion a year in revenue this year, according to Forbes. Now, the company appears to be developing a machine that will make the shoes fit...Show More Summary

The inside story of Jeremy Corbyn’s terrible relationship with the mainstream media

Jeremy Corbyn emerged from a parliamentary office well after midnight on September 14, 2015. He had just spent a torturous few hours toiling over his shadow cabinet and was in no mood to talk to the press. Undeterred, Sky News politics...Show More Summary

Games like 'Destiny' and 'Deus Ex' exclude deaf customers by flubbing a single, simple feature

Video games are a wonderful, magical form of entertainment that can put you in someone else's shoes, giving you experiences that you wouldn't otherwise have in your day-to-day life. Want to be a spy? Great, play "Splinter Cell." Want...Show More Summary

Watch Hillary Clinton sit down with Zach Galifianakis in his hilarious 'Between Two Ferns' interview

Hillary Clinton has become the latest politician to go on Zach Galifianakis' fake Funny or Die interview show "Between Two Ferns." The Democratic presidential nominee sat down with the comic to dish out the jokes as well as take them. The interview opens with Galifianakis, dressed in a Halloween mask, attempting to scare Clinton. Show More Summary

Oracle has a Mark Zuckerberg problem (ORCL, FB)

In 2013's "Iron Man 3," Tony Stark's digital butler sidekick JARVIS uses the Oracle Cloud to reconstruct a crime scene and track the villainous Mandarin. It was a weird bit of product placement. In 2016, though, when Facebook CEO Mark...Show More Summary

A major video game developer is defending itself against accusations it 'cloned' Blizzard's 'Overwatch'

"Overwatch" is a new multiplayer shooter made by Blizzard, the game development behemoth behind "World of Warcraft." It came out in May, and has quickly become a prominent player in the gaming world — in just a few short weeks, it sold...Show More Summary

Scientists have worked out how this tiny bear-like creature is indestructible — and it could help shield people from radiation

A new protein discovered in tardigrades — or water bears if you want to use their cuter name — helps shield them from harmful radiation, making them virtually indestructible. And researchers hope their new finding could be used to protect...Show More Summary

A new doc investigates murder allegations against John McAfee and finds chilling answers

The story of John McAfee going from an antivirus-software mogul to a man fleeing Belize on questions about a murder has been chronicled numerous times, but exactly why he had to leave paradise in 2012 is still shrouded in mystery. Oscar-nominated...Show More Summary

MIT researchers made a machine that can read your feelings through radio waves

Machines can now tell how you feel, even if you put on your best poker face. Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have found a way to detect human emotions purely through radio signals. UsingShow More Summary

Vice Media's new TV channel barely registers an audience on its UK debut

Viceland made a very quiet start to life on British television. Vice's television channel launched on slot 153 on Sky late Monday morning, but it was not until 8 p.m. that the channel's schedule really came alive. Viceland aired shows...Show More Summary

The incredible life of Sky News host Kay Burley

Kay Burley just became Sky News' hottest property. With the imminent departure of high-profile colleagues, Eamonn Holmes and Jeremy Thompson, Kay has been handed a plum new slot. She will anchor Sky News from 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. from the channel's new studio in central London next month. Show More Summary

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