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Twitch now has its own fan convention in San Francisco

The streaming game service Twitch will soon no longer be an online-only phenomenon. Today, the company announced TwitchCon, a two-day San Francisco meetup for fans, developers, and streamers. What will they be doing on September 25th and 26th? Besides the obvious networking and fan mingling, Twitch …

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Mysterious Apple minivans are mapping vehicles, experts say

“There is nothing to indicate autonomous driving. The only thing you see are the sensors — LIDAR, cameras — and the GPS antenna on the top.”

Xbox One With 2 Controllers and 3 Games, Xbox Live for $40, Call of Duty Free Weekend on PC

If you don't have an Xbox One yet, this might be the deal for you.<p>Want more deals? Join the IGN Deals Newsletter.<p>Sunday Deals<p><b>An Xbox One, Two</b> …

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The Era Of The Flying Car Has Finally Arrived

Bloomberg reported on the progress of the biggest name in the flying car business, Terrafugia, which is nearing the culmination of a decade-long effort to build, drive, fly, market and, yes, <i>sell</i> flying cars to the dreamers who have always wanted them.<p>OK, the Terrafugia Transition is more of a …

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Hack puts iPhone notifications on an Android Wear watch

Android Wear isn't going to officially support iOS devices any time soon, but that doesn't mean that the two platforms can never see eye-to-eye. Developer Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh has tweaked Android Wear to make it display an iPhone's notifications using the same ANCS technology as Pebble's …

Why bendable electronics could be the future of the internet of things

When the first Harry Potter movie came out in 2001 the idea of the Daily Prophet, a newspaper that contains moving pictures, qualified as magic. A Kickstarter campaign by Ynvisible, a Lisbon-based technology firm, is bringing that magic to life with its displays, held together with paper-thin …