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2014 Hyundai Equus review: Like a Lexus LS only cheaper, with unique technology

2014 Hyundai Equus review: Like a Lexus LS only cheaper, with unique technology

The freshened 2014 Hyundai Equus expands its technology offerings to go along with an incredible value proposition. Every Equus comes standard with navigation, blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control. The more upscale Equus Ultimate model adds in a useful head-up display, dual rear entertainment screens, and an all-glass cockpit display system. Among ...

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Riffing on the Rift: Oculus Rift gets big Crystal Cove hardware upgrade at CES 2014

Riffing on the Rift: Oculus Rift gets big Crystal Cove hardware upgrade at CES 2014

Out of all the weird, wacky devices and gizmos that have been releasing lately thanks to Kickstarter — Android gaming consoles, omnidirectional treadmills, 3D printing pens — only one really seems to be onto something big: the Oculus Rift. An affordable virtual reality headset, the Rift actually works as promised — something many other Kickstarter projects fail to do. Now, ...

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CES 2014: Valve unveils 13 new Steam Machines, from $500 to $6,000

CES 2014: Valve unveils 13 new Steam Machines, from $500 to $6,000

Yesterday when CES 2014 began, Valve revealed 12 hardware partners that are going to help make its Steam Machine dream come true. We also got a look at a new third-party Steam Machine by CyberPowerPC that began at a price of $ 499. Now, just a day later, Valve has unveiled 13 Steam Machines, in all shapes, sizes, specs, and ...

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CES 2014: Sony’s new VR headset squares off with the Oculus Rift

CES 2014: Sony’s new VR headset squares off with the Oculus Rift

The Oculus Rift is still in development kit form, but for a dev kit that aims to offer virtual reality in the living room for a relatively affordable $ 300 price tag, the device actually delivers. Your less tech savvy friends may not have heard of the Rift yet — and it doesn’t exactly have an impressive catalog of officially ...

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