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Trends With Benefits


Jul 21, 2017

San Diego Comic-Con: Star Wars news, Stranger Things 2, The Defenders, Wonder Woman! So many things will be revealed at [internal-link post_id="1213995"]Comic-Con[/internal-link] this weekend, but we'll touch on a few headlines we've heard so far. What are you most looking forward to hearing about from Comic-Con?

Return of Atari: The sudden resurgence of Atari is surprising to some, but they've apparently been working on new products, for quite some time now. They have a huge advertisement placement in the new Blade Runner 2049, the upcoming [internal-link post_id="1213296"]Atari Box[/internal-link] and now....IoT gear.

Elon Musk and the Hyperloop: With a flurry of announcements, Elon Musk has made some bold proclamations over the last 24 hours. For starters, he claims to have a verbal agreement to build an actual Hyperloop to connect Washington, D.C. and New York City. In addition, he wants to build a Moon Base.

Russian Star: A University in [internal-link post_id="1214110"]Moscow[/internal-link] has teamed up with a bank, to launch a satellite that could end up being the second brightest object in the night sky.

Adios Steve: The Knightscope security robots have been a frequent topic on this show. However, something unfortunate occurred to a robot named [internal-link post_id="1214615"]Steve[/internal-link].

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