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Facebook Messenger coming to businesses, VR to fill news feeds in future

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the company's F8 developer conference with news that Facebook Messenger will help connect consumers and businesses. Zuckerberg also imagines virtual reality will fill news feeds one day much like photos do now.

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Alfa Romeo 4C review: A snarling high-tech response to boring Silicon Valley car design

The Alfa Romeo 4C is a straight-up diss of high-tech car trends, but it's exactly what the automotive industry needs if enthusiast-focused performance cars are to survive.

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Riding in the Mercedes-Benz F 015 concept car, the self-driving lounge of the future

You could drive this car, but wouldn't you rather relax, sit back, and chill with your friends? That's what the self-driving F 015 is all about.

Japanese transforming scooter avoids obstacles

The “Innovative Life for You - Active” or ILY-A is a foldable, three-wheel vehicle prototype that can be driven while seated or standing.

Sony PlayStation Vue will stream live TV

Initially coming to the Chicago, Philadelphia and New York markets, the service will provide local live television channels and other content.

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Nvidia talks up its $10,000 autonomous driving computer, the Drive PX

The Drive PX will help cars learn what to do in numerous situations, if enough sensors and cameras are connected.

Elon Musk: Teslas could drive themselves, today

Tesla founder Elon Musk said that its Tesla electric cars could drive themselves today, but not with the reliability that they need to make them safe. But it's only a matter of time, and of hardware.

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Moto E (2015) review: An adorable low-end phone with an absolutely abysmal camera

Everything about the Moto E makes is the perfect first smartphone or backup device—except for it's seriously awful rear-facing camera.

Learn how to navigate Microsoft's newest smart phone