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Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025: The truck that w...
Innovation Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025: The truck that will drive itself Trucks — not cars — will be the pioneers of driverless technology in the very near future, says Mercedes-Benz.Source:...
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Time for Uber to grow up; but don't expect Little...
Joe Nocera wrote in the New York Times Saturday what I've been trying to say since Uber arrived in Fayetteville and Little Rock Great product, welcome competition for taxis. But … jerks run the...
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The New York Times
Silicon Valley's high-tech firms battle for low-t...
Some of the most expensive property in
these days is about 14-feet high, 50-feet wide and overlooking the highway. Billboard sales around the region are undergoing a renaissance, as...
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Inside Bay Area
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Migrant wages just got a boost
President Barack Obama's decision to lift the economic ceiling on almost half the nation's 11.4 million undocumented immigrants will give those workers a chance at higher pay and better jobs. That...
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University of Michigan
Microsoft turns to robotic security guards to wat...
OK, so the robot apocalypse probably won't happen any time soon, but the new robot sentries guarding Microsoft's
campus seem like something straight out of a futuristic sci-fi...
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Ride service Uber dials into courier business
SAN FRANCISCO - App-based ride company Uber will start delivering on its promise of expanding its business into logistics on Tuesday when it launches a trial courier service, Uber Rush, in...
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Uber execs under fire: Upstart ride-sharing servi...
SAN FRANCISCO Like Google and Facebook before it, Uber may now be in need of adult supervision. Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick is dealing with a wave of criticism from remarks that one of...
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Uber Technologies Inc.
Obama immigration plan good, not great for economy
President Barack Obama's expansive executive action on immigration is good for the U.S. economy -- just not as good as partnering with Congress on broader reforms. The executive order signed Friday...
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FOX 4 News Dallas - Fort Worth
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University of California
Why Tony Robbins Is Asking The Wrong Questions
First off let me make this statement plain and simple before one reads any further. This is not a hit piece, nor an effort to take swipes at Tony Robbins or worse, some feeble attempt at...
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US Federal Reserve
Paul Tudor Jones
Newspaper Sorry for Suggesting That Undocumented ...
New York Women Draw Their Own Boobs A Timeline of the Abuse Charges Against Bill Cosby [Updated] How the Mean Tweeters Responded to the Celebrities Who Read Their Tweets on Kimmel Immigration...
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Digital media hyped downtown
San Diego's modern day Mad Men marketing gurus caucused downtown Thursday to promote themselves and search for ways to compete with their counterparts on Madison Avenue and in Silicon...
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Women 'belittled, underappreciated and underpaid ...
A survey of Guardian readers working in the technology sector has revealed that almost three quarters of women respondents say the industry is sexist, with many more reporting they had been denied...
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Joint venture unites pot investors, start-ups
HENDERSON, Nev. – The frenzy in the cavernous Green Valley Ranch Resort ballroom might have passed for any confab of entrepreneurs pitching their business plans to pokerfaced angel investors — until...
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Deregulation at heart of Japan's new robotics rev...
Neurosurgeon Tetsuya Goto had just begun testing a robot to perform brain surgery when he discovered Japan was moving to tighten regulations that would shut down his seven-year project. Over the next...
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Kawasaki Heavy Industries
International Federation of Robotics
British visual effects studio leads the way in re...
British visual effects studio leads the way in revolutionising cinema VIRTUAL reality in films is set to bring in a new golden age of cinema with a British visual effects studio leading the...
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The New Security Robot Watching Over Silicon Vall...
The jobs of security guards—and possibly police, down the road—might be in jeopardy thanks to a new robot that hit the pavement this week in
. Designed by the Mountain View startup...
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Obama's immigration fixes allay Indian IT compani...
On Thursday, Obama used his executive powers to hand out four million unauthorised immigrants a new legal status that would defer their deportations and allow them to work legally. He also proposed...
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Business Standard India
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Immigrants to Get Wage Boost From Job Mobility Un...
President Barack Obama’s decision to lift the economic ceiling on almost half the nation’s 11.4 million undocumented immigrants will give those workers a chance at higher pay and better jobs. That...
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Obama helps apple pickers, not Apple coders
President Barack Obama's plan to reshape the US immigration system is painfully lopsided. He has failed to address the humiliating and nonsensical rules that American companies - the Googles,...
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Kudlow: What about the brainiacs?
The free movement of trade, capital, and labor is strongly pro-growth. History shows that legal immigration is good for America, economic growth, entrepreneurship, job creation, and hard-working...
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