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This tiny house is way too small for hipster living

Here’s a look at the origami-like process of making this microhouse. FEMTO-ST Institute Tiny homes are all the rage with hipsters, minimalists and those who just want to scale down to a simpler style of living. But some tiny homes are just too small even for the most ambitious house hunters.  This microhouse has a charing tiled-roof, side windows and ...

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2018 Volvo XC40 Picture Gallery

Established in 1927, Volvo Car Corporation is a Swedish premium automobile manufacturer now owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China. Headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, Volvo is known for manufacturing luxury vehicles including sports utility vehicles, sedans, compact executive sedans, coupes and station wagons. 1n 1999, Ford Motor Company bought Volvo Cars from AB Volvo before it was finally acquired ...

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HTC Vive Focus VR headset now connects with the U12 Plus phone

The HTC U12 Plus. Josh Miller/CNET HTC’s newest phone, the HTC U12 Plus, was just revealed. And its newest mobile standalone VR headset, the Vive Focus, hasn’t come to the US yet. But these two gadgets now intertwine just a bit thanks to HTC’s newest software updates to Vive Focus. The news was announced Thursday at a Vive Ecosystem Conference ...

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San Francisco says goodbye to electric scooters, for now

Three scooter companies invaded San Francisco’s streets in late March. James Martin/CNET San Francisco gave the three electric scooter companies that have descended on the city an ultimatum: get your vehicles off city streets until you’re issued a permit, or else. The warning comes as city lawmakers have been fine-tuning their new law that regulates on-demand dockless scooters. The city ...

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Alexa sent private audio to a random contact, Portland family says

A family in Portland says that their Alexa device sent audio of a private conversation to one of their contacts without them knowing it. Ry Crist/CNET One minute, you’re relaxing at home discussing the merits of hardwood floors. The next, a contact is calling you and telling you you’re being hacked. That’s how a family in Portland, Oregon, is describing ...

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