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UK Daily Deals: Red Dead Redemption 2 £24.99 Get Sky Entertainment with Cinema for £25 per month, £35 PSN card for £29.08, £200 off Philips 55-Inch Ambilight 4K OLED TV. Alternatively, 3-month subscription is only £7.75 (with 3% off), so it works out just under £32 for a period of 12 months There's a lot of anticipation for the new Samsung flagship phone this year, with S10 likely to be unveiled on 20th February, even though not much has been officially confirmed yet Resident Evil 2/ Biohazard RE2 Deluxe Edition (PC) at SCDKey - was £54.27 , now £33.29 or £31.96 w/ code IGN4
Driver caught hogging middle lane of M6 for THREE MILES slammed on social media A DRIVER caught hogging the middle lane of a motorway for three miles has been shamed on social media. Officers posted footage of the car on Twitter after following it on the M6 Toll in Staffordshi… Another added: I'll be driving on the M1 for a couple of hours on Wednesday night and I can't wait to have to negotiate idiots like this among other things Motorway driving has become incredibly frustrating Email us at or call 0207 782 4368
How the snow setting on the 2019 Infiniti Q50 actually works Snow control There are times when technology in cars becomes more than just a curiosity or a line item on spec sheet This is what we all really want with automotive tech: driver assistance features that stay out of the way until you really need them John Brandon, a journalist who's been writing about cars for 12 years, puts a new car and its cutting-edge tech through the paces every week
Apple worked on biometric unlock for cars But the patent was filed two years ago, and a lot has changed since then. However, while the patent was published a couple of days ago, it was actually filed in February 2017 So it's not clear whether the patent represents an active project, or if -- as is the case for so many tech companies -- Apple's simply getting in there with the right paperwork to protect its ideas for the future
BeliMobilGue raises $10M for its used-car sales platform in Indonesia BeliMobilGue, a used car sales platform in Indonesia, has fueled up with a $10 million Series round for the race to dominate the automotive market in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. The company was started in 2017 as a joint venture between Europe’s Frontier Car Group (FCG) and Intudo… We are a little bit more comfortable [than a bank] to extend their finance because we’re not just using data, we’re sitting on that dealer relationship An investor like Tunas has 25-30 years of experience, so, for us, this partnership is golden We’re quite content with the round and how it played out, he said
Samsung Reveals 2019 TV Range - Including 28 New QLEDs More TVs, more features and, from what I've seen so far, much more quality Samsung has today unveiled details of all of its QLED TVs for 2019 - and it seems we can look forward to being able to choose from more models than Samsung has ever released before The last ‘normal’ TVs in Samsung’s 2019 QLED range are the Q60s I’d expect the first samples from the new range to start arriving soon, so keep an eye on my Forbes feed for reviews
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Car rental startup Virtuo picks up €20M Series B Virtuo, the Paris-headquartered car rentals startup, has raised €20 million in Series B funding. The round is backed by Iris Capital, Balderton Capital and Raise Ventures, and will be used to continue expanding across the U.K. and other European countries. Originally founded in France and available… We were the first to come into this industry with the fundamental belief that a 100 percent mobile approach is the only way to rebuild and re-think how car rental can be delivered from the ground up… From an operational perspective, by not being tied to bricks and mortar, we are able to launch stations, markets and services at a pace that has not been seen in the industry before
Startup Grind Global Conference: The 19 Innovative Tech Startups To Watch The who's who of the Silicon Valley startup scene is meeting this week at the 2019 Startup Grind Global Conference in Redwood City, Calif., an underrated event about entrepreneurship, with nearly 200 world-class speakers (from serial-entrepreneurs to investors) and more than 200 startups pitching. If their desired player sits out, they get reimbursed up to the full cost of their ticket Ryde is a peer to peer sharing marketplace for car rentals VR NEXT is a cloud-based platform to easily create 3D and virtual interiors decorated by finishing materials from DIY and online furniture shops
Smart bed may finally get your partner to stick to their side of the mattress New invention by Ford means being woken up by greedy space-hoggers in the night might soon be a thing of the past Humans are most vulnerable when sleeping, so we're programmed to wake when something or someone touches us unexpectedly Read More Quirky gadgets These PYJAMAS promise to improve sleep Popcorn powered robots Smart yoga pants review Water bottle changes COLOUR
Traffic jams cost drivers in Britain's biggest cities more than £1,600 EACH last year TRAFFIC jams cost drivers in Britain’s ­biggest cities more than £1,600 each last year. London motorists were hardest hit — facing an average of 61 hours stuck on the most clogged road. The average… Jams cost Britain £7.9billion last year at £1,317 for each motorist on average, says a study by research firm Inrix It’s a serious concern when you consider the limited physical space and the growing pressures to move large numbers of people around cities Trevor Reed, of Inrix, said congestion would continue to have serious consequences for the economy without action