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Look Ma! No pedals! Meet the Cruise total self-driver

NEW YORK – General Motors filed a safety petition with the US Department of Transportation for its fourth-generation self-driving Cruise AV.

The new car is the first production-ready vehicle to have been built from scratch to operate safely on its own – no driver, no steering wheel, no pedals, no manual controls. 53 more words

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Home-grown Razer's sharp

Using magnetic force to power a batteryless wireless mouse is cutting edge stuff

At the recent CES tech trade fair in Las Vegas, Razer has a first… 127 more words

The Workforce Relay

A column by Gov. Dennis Daugaard

The legislative session commenced on Jan. 9 with my final State of the State Address.

I began my speech by talking about workforce, which will be a focus in my last year as governor. 558 more words

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Bitcoin buyers: Young and male

And East Asian: the int’l financial media reports that the Chinese and Koreans are the most active traders based on info on which exchanges are used. 91 more words

Is this BMW-based car the world's fastest production wagon?

  • Alpina B5 Bi-Turbo Touring to be world’s fastest wagon
  • At £89 000, the most affordable such car in UK production
  • Performance, luxury, on-road comfort and driving pleasure…
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Intel CEO: Fixes On The Way For Serious Computer Chip Security Flaws

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Intel has big plans to steer toward new business in self-driving cars, virtual reality and other cutting-edge technologies. But first it has to pull out of a skid caused by a serious security flaw in its processor chips, which undergird many of the world’s smartphones and personal computers. 1,078 more words


Worried Parents Want Ways To Limit Children's iPhone Use

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Apple is facing new pressure to help curb what’s being called child and teen addiction to its smartphones.

Two influential investors — Jana Partners and the California State Teachers Retirement System — have asked the tech giant to make changes to its smartphone software so parents can limit their children’s access. 299 more words