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The Verge brings you the best in technology, culture, art, and science news with in-depth reporting, the latest scoops, original features, and editorials from the smartest team in online writing.
The Verge brings you the best in technology, culture, art, and science news with in-depth reporting, the latest scoops, original features, and editorials from the smartest team in online writing.

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Coravin's Wine Preservation Opener lets you pour wine without opening the bottle.
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Infotainment systems at the North American International Auto Show are nothing like our smartphones. Still, automakers are gradually working more tech features into production cars like the Volkswagen Jetta personal cockpit.
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These are the laptops that matter, and what they mean for the rest of 2018.
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The 2018 Detroit Auto Show was full of big trucks, big screens, and some big news.
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Developers, startups, and gaming companies use CES to show hardware — a lot of weird, experimental, awesome hardware.
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Mercedes-Benz has redefined the G-Wagen. On Sunday, it revealed the 2019 G550 during the Detroit Auto Show
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The Peloton Tread streams live running and cross-training classes directly to your living room, from the treadmill’s 32-inch HD display. But is it worth $4,000?
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The Ford Ojo Electric scooter has many of the best features you'd find in others, but all in one place. It has up to 50 miles of range, a top speed of 20 miles per hour, and is a total joy to ride.
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My Special Aflac Duck is a smart toy to help comfort kids facing cancer. The toy has sensors that react to touch, and RFID tags that help children express their emotions, feel calm during chemotherapy sessions, and feel less alone during the process.
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