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Oculus-050416.jpgOculus VR said its virtual reality headset, Rift, will launch at 48 Best Buy stores across the country on May 7. Later in summer, the company will start to offer even more in-store Rift demos at additional Best Buy locations. In a blog post, Oculus said it plans to include a range of virtual reality or VR demos to showcase the hardware at Best Buy stores, including Oculus Dreamdeck.
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FCA-google-050416.jpgGoogle will collaborate with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. to integrate Google's self-driving technology into the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans. The collaboration will expand Google's existing self-driving test program and also marks the first time that Google will be working directly with an automaker to integrate its self-driving system.
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As the din settles down on a dismal quarter at one of the world's exciting tech company, it is time to sit back and take stock of what went wrong and will the wrong be righted in the near term?

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Online movie rental service Netflix Inc., in a blog post on Thursday, said it is offering a new tool to better control data usage when streaming on cellular networks. The feature helps subscribers switch from default speed to higher-quality streams. Netflix's updated app on iOS or Android now has a default streaming speed of 600 kilobits-per-second for all users.

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Broadcasts using Periscope app can now be saved and it can remain there up to any period of time. If the broadcaster wants, there is an option to delete it later. Until now, broadcasts used to disappear in 24 hours of its recording.

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GoPro Inc. (GPRO) has launched two new mobile video editing applications for its users. The two new mobile apps Quik and Splice will help users to manage, edit, and share all of the content from GoPro cameras and mobile devices. In February, GoPro had acquired two mobile video editing apps, Replay...

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A Brazilian judge has ordered all wireless phone carriers in the country to block WhatsApp after the Facebook-owned messaging service failed to comply with an order asking to turn over data related to a criminal investigation. According to reports, the app, which is used by over 100 million Brazilians,...

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