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2019 Chevrolet Silverado: Here's a quick first look     – Roadshow
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The next-generation full-sized pickup truck just flew in from Detroit.

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2017 was a year for the ages in games     – CNET
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A year jam-packed with incredible games made it tough to narrow it down to a select few.

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Smart display button puts GIFs on your shirt
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The odds are that you've shown your support for a cause with a button on your shirt or backpack at some point in your life. But there's only so much button real estate you can offer, isn't there? That's where BEAM Authentic thinks it can save the d…

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'PUBG' tests a replay feature as it creeps toward v1.0
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Now that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has launched in Early Access on Xbox One, its next milestone is an official retail release out of beta on the PC. That's expected to happen next week, but players who can't wait have a few new tweaks to try out…

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Uber Eats offers insurance for its European couriers
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Uber Eats only just turned two years old, but like other "gig economy" businesses, it's facing scrutiny over how it classifies workers. In Europe, the company is partnering with Axa to offer couriers an insurance package that covers accidents, hospit…

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Snapchat lets anyone create AR effects in new Lens Studio     – CNET
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Augmented-reality dancing hotdogs are only a few clicks away.

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CNET Asks: Which Star Wars droid would you buy?     – CNET
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With The Last Jedi premiering this Friday, we want to know which droid has a special place in your heart.

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Microsoft's Seeing AI app for the blind now reads handwriting
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Artificial intelligence took center stage at Microsoft's AI Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday. Aside from announcing AI smarts for a range of software — from Bing to Office 365 — the tech titan is also ramping up its Seeing AI app for iOS, which…

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Women outing 'bad actors' in tech was defining moment, experts say     – CNET
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At the Inclusion in Tech conference, a panel says that though women are speaking up about harassment in Silicon Valley, there’s still a ways to go.

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