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Here it’s: 2018 Toyota RAV4
A compact crossover SUV last redesigned for the 2013 model year, the Toyota RAV4 is nearing the end of its current lifespan and is due for a complete redesign in 2019 or 2020. In the meantime, Toyota adds the new RAV4 Adventure variant to the lineup. The Adventure treatment adds...
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Apple gets permit to test self-driving cars
San Francisco, United States | AFP |  Apple has joined the list of companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, according to an updated roster released by state officials. The iPhone maker has disclosed little about its ambitions when it comes to self-driving v...
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South Korean expert warns about new Pyongyang ICBM
    N.Korea puts ‘new ICBM’ on show, say analysts Pyongyang, North Korea | AFP | North Korea unveiled what could be a new intercontinental ballistic missile at a giant military parade in Pyongyang on Saturday, analysts said. Nearly 60 missiles rolled through Kim Il-Sung Square at...
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ANALYSIS: Unpredictable Trump unsettles China as N. Korea policy wobbles
Beijing, China | AFP |  From Twitter threats to Tomahawk missiles, US president Donald Trump’s unorthodox and seemingly impulsive approach to foreign policy has unsettled China, piling new pressure on its hands-off North Korea policy. As tensions rise on the Korean peninsula, Bei...
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Uganda Law Society asks UCC to change position on SIM-cards
A few hours after Uganda’s ICT experts said that a new directive for subscribers to re-register their SIM-cards using national ID cards in seven days is not practical, the country’s lawyers have questioned the legality of the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) exercise. “Our...
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Uganda’s ICT experts warn UCC on SIM-cards
Uganda’s Information Communication Technology Association (ICTAU) has warned that a new directive for subscribers to re-register their SIM-cards “poses significant risks which, if not addressed, could have severe consequences for Uganda’s society and economy.” ICTAU gave four rea...
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