Dell debuts two new laptops, IRS to prevent companies from hiding free tax software
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Ahead of CES 2020, Dell has debuted two new laptops, a new XPS 13.
That is even smaller, it somehow boasts more screen real estate.
Then there's the latitude 9510 that claims the longest battery life of any 15 inch business PC.
Reaching up to 30 hours.
Dell says it's optimized your software will also learn how you work and adjust performance on the fly.
The Internal Revenue Service on Monday announced a new tax filing agreement that prevents companies from hiding free products from internet searches.
The move is designed to make it easier for taxpayers to find and use free online tax filing software.
Taxpayers making less than $69,000 a year can file their taxes for free, but propublica reported that in April into it, which makes TurboTax made it difficult for people to find the free option.
Instead searches for terms like IRS free file taxes directed potential tax filers to payed versions of it's service according to the publication.
And finally Germany company Bosch has revealed the first information on it's new [UNKNOWN] LiDAR, a laser-based tool, is by far the most popular tech for companies to use for self-driving cars.
The one major exception remains Tesla, which believes an array of cameras, sensors and radar is enough.
Bosch said its LiDAR system is advanced to work in both highway and city driving scenarios.
Most importantly, it will work in concert with cameras and radar as the German company wants to create the highest level of safety when it comes to self driving cars.
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