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Video: Would you ride in a driverless Uber?

Welcome to The Refresh, a weekly series from TrustedReviews where we pick out the week’s highlights from the tech world.

This week’s top story:

Driverless Uber: Uber has launched a new scheme that will see passengers ferried around in self-driving cars, ushering in a new age of driverless taxi services. For now though, all cars will still have a co-pilot driver who will make sure nothing goes wrong.

Could this mark the beginning of the end for Uber drivers and would you ride in a driverless taxi?

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Also in the news this week:

Deus Ex Mankind Divided Review: Games editor Brett Phipps (@InverteBrett) experiences the mechanical apartheid in his review of the latest Deus Ex game.

Moto Z Play Leak: Images purportedly showing a new Moto Z Play phone have been leaked suggesting a new mid-range phone from Motorola could be just round the corner.

Galaxy Note 7 Review: Phones editor Max Parker (@ParkerMax) has been reviewing the Galaxy Note 7 and sharing his daily diaries with Samsung’s latest phablet.

LG Projectors: LG has announced two super portable, battery powered projectors that can flood your wall with up to 100-inches of televisual awesomeness.

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Tune in next Friday for another episode of The Refresh with Tom Honeyands (@TheTechChap).

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