California City Allows Nuro to Test Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Fleet

California City Allows Nuro to Test Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Fleet
April 8, 2020

California’s Division of Motor Vehicles Tuesday authorized autonomous technology startup Nuro to test two driverless delivery automobiles in nine cities, a decision that comes as coronavirus concerns lock down many in the state. U.S. corporations that ship groceries, essential goods, and take out food are scrambling to search out drivers as well as methods to deliver with zero contact amid the virus pandemic. Nuro, the second company after Alphabet’s Waymo…

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Disney+ Starts Publishing Content in Middle East and North Africa

Disney+ Starts Publishing Content in Middle East and North Africa
April 2, 2020

Walt Disney’s Disney+ content will be out there for the first time in North Africa and the Middle East on regional pay-TV and online streaming service provider OSN from April 9. Dubai-based OSN has signed a “long-term” exclusive distribution rights agreement, OSN CEO Patrick Tillieux said by phone, declining to reveal further details. Disney+ original programming, along with hit show ‘The Mandalorian’, will be available on OSN’s pay-tv and online streaming…

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Coronavirus Lockdown Fosters Community Spirit in U.K. Through Social Help Groups

Coronavirus Lockdown Fosters Community Spirit in U.K. Through Social Help Groups
March 25, 2020

Help communities on social media are connecting people with those most in want during the coronavirus shutdown, strengthening a community spirit often shunned in the capital’s fast-paced life. Londoner Stephanie Cheun is one of those chipping in, leaving a bag of groceries on the doorstep of a stranger in her neighborhood after getting the decision on Facebook. To ensure she wasn’t left out of pocket, Cheung was reimbursed directly by…

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Toyota, NTT Come Together to Build Smart Cities Featuring AI

Toyota, NTT Come Together to Build Smart Cities Featuring AI
March 24, 2020

Toyota Motor and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone have agreed on working together to develop smart cities and will invest 200 billion yen ($1.eight billion) in each other to rock the tie, the two firms said Tuesday. The two corporations will develop a data platform that will gather and analyze data from homes, autos, and public institutions, which might be utilized to create new companies specializing in transportation, health, and energy…

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Uber Cancels Shared Rides in Canada, U.S. to Contain Coronavirus Pandemic

Uber Cancels Shared Rides in Canada, U.S. to Contain Coronavirus Pandemic
March 17, 2020

Uber Technologies Tuesday started canceling shared rides on its ride-hailing platform in the USA and Canada to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. The pooled option, which allows riders to book rides at lower prices by sharing the car with up to three other passengers touring in the same direction, has been disabled for users opening the apps in the two nations. A spokesperson stated similar measures outside the U.S. and…

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Chrome’s Latest Update Fail to Protect User Information from Infostealers

Chrome's Latest Update Fail to Protect User Information from Infostealers
March 11, 2020

Regardless of enthusiast media sources celebrating Google’s attempts to tackle hacking groups in February’s updates to the Chrome browser, new posts on infostealer forums appear to show that malware traffickers are now keeping up with the tech titan’s latest encryption updates with the minimal issue.   In early February, Google released Chrome 80, which added the AES-256 encryption algorithm to the browser in an effort to prevent hackers from stealing user credentials. Before, the browser…

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Google Assistant Can Send Notes To Your Roommates

Google Assistant Can Send Notes To Your Roommates
January 10, 2020

Neglect concerning the good ol’ passive-aggressive fridge note: Google Assistant will quickly allow you to depart digital “family notes” instantly in your Android-enabled Sensible Show gadgets. The AI-powered app can also be getting a couple of different nifty options like schedules on your good gadgets, and the flexibility to learn out lengthy-kind content material. However, first, notes. Lengthy story quick: You’ll really feel a bit of prouder while you pretentiously…

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Rocket Lab’s 10th Launch Marked a Big Step Toward Rocket Reuse

Rocket Lab's 10th Launch Marked a Big Step Toward Rocket Reuse
December 9, 2019

Rocket Lab recently launched seven satellites to orbit and discovered a thing or two about bringing boosters back all the way down to Earth for reuse. A 2 stage Electron rocket lifted off from the company’s New Zealand launch site today (December 6) at 3:18 a.m. EST, carrying an artificial-meteor spacecraft and six microsatellites high into the antipodean skies. If all the things go in accordance with the plan, all…

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Arizona Activist Accused Of Breaking U.S. Law By Guiding Migrants Who Crossed The U.S.-Mexico Border Illegally

Arizona Activist Accused Of Breaking U.S. Law By Guiding Migrants Who Crossed The U.S.-Mexico Border Illegally
November 14, 2019

An Arizona activist on Wednesday was accused of breaking U.S. law by guiding migrants who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally; however, his lawyer mentioned he was a “good Samaritan” providing help to individuals crossing deadly deserts. Scott Warren, 37, is showing in his second trial this year after a Tucson jury was unable to succeed in a verdict in June on whether or not he broke the regulation by giving…

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Democratic Lawmakers Tried Their Hand At Reality Television With Mixed Results

Democratic Lawmakers Tried Their Hand At Reality Television With Mixed Results
November 14, 2019

Democratic lawmakers tried their hand at reality tv with combined outcomes on Wednesday as they introduced feuds to the American public for the impeachment of a former star of the style, Donald Trump. In contrast to the very best actuality TV shows – to not point out the Trump presidency itself – fireworks and explosive moments have been scarce, nevertheless. Democrats want the hearings to resonate with the broader American…

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