Google\’s Self-Driving Car Crashed Into A Bus

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Just last month, regulators in the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) decided that self-driving cars should be treated like human drivers. This means that there is no legal requirement for a human to have control of such an autonomous car, which raises an interesting question: If a self-driving ...

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U.S. Army Could Begin Using Laser Weapons By 2023

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Soldiers in the U.S. Army may soon be taking to the battlefield with laser weapons, according to a military spokesperson. Speaking to a House of Representatives subcommittee, Army for Research and Technology deputy assistant secretary Mary J. Miller said that tests are currently ongoing to determine the full capabilities of ...

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All-New $35 Raspberry Pi 3 Goes On Sale

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A few days ago, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the third generation of its flagship personal computer. The Raspberry Pi 3 will cost just $35, have in-built Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and will be armed with a 64-bit processor – double that of its predecessor released only last year. ...

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NASA Plans Quieter Supersonic Jets By Eliminating Sonic Booms

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NASA has green-lit a new project that hopes to take the “boom” out of supersonic boom. Its Commercial Supersonic Technology Project recently asked industry teams to submit designs for a supersonic aircraft that will only emit a “heartbeat,” a soft thump instead of the disruptive and sometimes damaging sonic boom ...

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