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Ford Mustang gets line-lock technology for easier burnouts

Ford Mustang gets line-lock technology for easier burnouts

Ford decided to make this feature a standard to all Mustang variants, starting with the 2018 #Ford Mustang. The company said the feature, "one of many changes fans will see when the newest version of the iconic pony vehicle races into showrooms later this year", will be available with the 10-speed SelectShift automatic or six-speed manual transmission.



CTM takes measures to tackle ransomware attack

As Petya began to spread worldwide, reports surfaced indicating that it had already impacted IT systems at companies such as Merck , Oreo and other large corporations. It's a little more hard for companies to defend themselves. Whatever its source might be, analysts feel the people carrying out the new attack have learned some lessons from the WannaCry campaign and come up with a more potent weapon.


Netflix announces Dolby Atmos support for one movie, Okja

Netflix announces Dolby Atmos support for one movie, Okja

When the company decides to award Okja with the title of Best Super Pig, Okja is taken from Mija's home in Korea to NY. This sudden change in tone is made more off-putting by the fact that the film has only two realistic characters, Okja and Mija.


Food Network brings video recipes to the Amazon Echo Show

Food Network brings video recipes to the Amazon Echo Show

Apart from the language support, Alexa on Echo will allow India's tech-savvy elites to sit in their homes or offices and execute their commands such as to buy groceries online or book a cab. The notable services of Amazon in the country are the Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Fire TV dongle. Amazon launched its online marketplace in India back in 2013 and quickly became the country's second largest online retailer a year ago.


Apple's iPhone turns 10, bumpy start forgotten

Apple's iPhone turns 10, bumpy start forgotten

As the iPhone turns 10, here's a quick overview of how much this one device rewrote the tech landscape. It was also the first time that I can remember where being in line at an Apple Store was an event . For $300 I'd give it the thumbs up, but at $600 you're better off with something else for half the price. Even if you took your iPhone 2G out of the box and used it, you can still sell it for several hundred dollars, especially if you kept the original box and accessories.