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How to Invest in Self-Driving Car Stocks

Investors have been buzzing about the tremendous potential of self-driving vehicles for several years now. There are good reasons for the buzz: In theory, at least, vehicles that can safely move people and goods from place to place without human drivers could lower costs, increase flexibility, and dramatically reduce the risk of passenger injuries --…

How to Invest in Self-Driving Car Stocks

Investors have been buzzing about the tremendous potential of self-driving vehicles for several years now. There are good reasons for the buzz: In theory, at least, vehicles that can safely move people and goods from place to place without human drivers could lower costs, increase flexibility, and dramatically reduce the risk of passenger injuries --…

How Uber’s quest for self-driving tech led to criminal case

DETROIT — A self-driving vehicle pioneer who used to work for Google has been charged with stealing secrets from the company before he joined Uber's efforts to build robotic vehicles. Anthony Levandowski was charged with 33 counts of trade secrets theft in an indictment filed Tuesday by the U.S. attorney's office in San Jose, California.…

Bruins’ Anders Bjork has healthy outlook despite shoulder injuries

“That’s one thing I’ve been learning is patience,” he said in a telephone conversation last Wednesday, as he drove about two hours south from home in Mequon, Wis., to play in the Chicago Pro Summer League. “You put your work in, be patient, don’t expect results right away. I’ve learned that with my shoulder.”Bjork, who…

Some MacBooks banned from flights in case they overheat and catch fire

Some MacBooks have been banned from flights amid fears they could catch fire. The computers will not be allowed on planes because they can overheat and endanger people on planes, according to the US Federal Aviation Administration. Airlines have already been alerted to the problems and so the affected laptops will not be allowed on flights.…

A Complete Guide to Electronic Signatures

75 percent. The government of Vermont cut contract approval times by 75 percent when it switched to electronic signatures. Weeks of work became days. Hours of administration turned into minutes. Workers skipped printing, costly couriers, waiting around, and filing. A small change, like a signature, can prove powerful — 75 percent powerful. Is your organization…

Platinum PR Awards Gala to Honor Amazing Brands, Agencies and People – See the Finalists!

PRNEWS' Platinum PR Awards honor the best of the best, the professionals and teams who have driven tremendous successes for the brands and charitable causes they champion. At the Platinum Awards Gala, which will be held Sept. 17 at the Grand Hyatt in New Yor…

Excessive screen time is killing children’s imaginations, say nursery workers

Excessive screen time is negatively impacting on children’s imaginations, nursery workers have said. Today’s children spend more time gazing at screens than ever, with smartphones and tablets competing with the television for their attention. But while some argue that technology can support child development, industry experts suggest that too much screen time could in fact result in a loss of imagination. We’ll tell you…

Facebook let people listen to recordings of people as they used app, company reveals

Facebook allowed people to listen to things people said around their phone, it has revealed. The company took recordings of people using Messenger and allowed contractors to listen to them to ensure its transcription services were working properly. It says it has now stopped the practise, following outcry. It comes after other companies including Apple,…

Xbox Live outage: Servers down and players forced to look at strange error messages instead of playing games

Xbox Live is down, forcing people to look at strange error messages rather than play games. The problem means that people are unable to use their console at all, since logging in is required even to play games that are on the console. There does not appear to be any obvious fix to the problems.…

O2 5G network will finally start rolling out in October

O2's 5G network will finally roll out in October, it has announced. The launch date comes as other networks including EE have already announced their rollouts, and 5G networks are already on offer to those with the right phones and in the right places. The super-fast service for O2 customers will be switched on in…

iPhone users alerted to major security problem with latest iOS update

Apple accidentally opened back up a security bug that it had previously fixed, according to security researchers. The issue means that the latest version of the iPhone software, iOS 12.4, is insecure and hackers could find their way into people's phones, experts claim. Since iPhones now update themselves, most that are actively used will have…

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