Tesla Fatal Crash With No One Driving

April 27, 2021

Texas police say an accident that occurred involving a Tesla vehicle taking the lives of two passengers was most likely the result of an autopilot feature. The accident happened on Saturday night, according to TMZ. Authorities assessed that physical evidence shows neither of the passengers was driving the Tesla 2019 Model S vehicle. Apparently, the […]

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NYPD Is Testing A Robocop Dog

April 19, 2021

We remember that movie from the eighties Robocop Well in 2021 The NYPD just deployed their new robotic dog To a home invasion crime scene in New York City. The robotic “Digidog” is in it’s testing stage weighing ways 70 pounds and it runs about three and a half miles per hour, The robotic dog […]

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Airless Tires

April 13, 2021

Michelin and General Motors presented a new generation of airless wheel technology. Punctures, flats and blowouts will become a thing of the past. The company plans to release the product by 2024. The vehicles and fleets of tomorrow, whether autonomous, all electric, shared service or other applications, will demand near zero maintenance from the tire […]

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University of Kentucky Said “Technical Issue” Sent Acceptance E-Mail To 500,000 Students

April 9, 2021

Getting an acceptance email or letter, has always been one of the highlights of a high school seniors year. Welp, the University of Kentucky, has some good news for some and bad news for most that received an acceptance emails from them. UK erroneously sent out acceptance emails to 500,000 high school seniors for one of […]

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Music Service Study Shows, Algorithm Plays More Male Music

April 8, 2021

According to a new study, music streaming service could be giving male artists more airtime. A widely used algorithm is more likely to recommend male artists, as opposed to female and mixed-gender artists on platforms like Spotify, and Apple Music. Of the 330,000 streaming music listeners over a nine-year period, only 25% of songs played were […]

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Should You Be Charging Your Smartphone Overnight?

March 17, 2021

Have you heard about a cell phone debate on whether to charge it overnight? That it would affect your smartphone’s battery’s performance? Declining over time? Well, Apple says that when your iPhone remains at full charge for prolonged periods of time, battery health can be affected. Android phone manufacturers, including Samsung, say the same. “Do not […]

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Netflix Could Be Putting A Stop To Password Sharing

March 13, 2021

The Netflix password change could miss up the game. The streaming service is testing a new feature with select customers to crack down on password sharing. The trial testing intends to verify users’ accounts to stop the spread of a password among people, including strangers, and prevent fraud. A Netflix spokesperson said the company’s terms of use […]

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NASA’s Perseverance Is Looking For Life On Mars

March 3, 2021

NASA’s Perseverance rover is well underway on its mission to see if there are any traces of life on the surface of Mars. The machine will spend the next few months roaming around the Martian landscape collecting samples that future missions will be bringing back to Earth. This mission is the first official astrobiological mission […]

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NASA’s Perseverance Rover Lands On Mars

February 19, 2021

The Perseverance Rover has just successfully landed on Mars after traveling almost 300 million miles. The rover, nicknamed “Percy” by mission control, left Earth around 6 months and finally touched down onto the surface of mars, sending back this photo: Hello, world. My first look at my forever home. #CountdownToMars pic.twitter.com/dkM9jE9I6X — NASA’s Perseverance Mars […]

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Internet Speeds At The Greater Rochester International Airport Are Close To The Fastest In The nation Thanks To Greenlight

February 11, 2021

After teaming up with Greenlight Networks, the Greater Rochester International Airport has one of the fastest Wi-Fi network in the country. Before the upgrade, travelers were only able to reach upload and download speeds of 5 Mbps, but now they have access to speeds of 500Mbps. After launching the service last Thursday, Greenlight CEO Mark […]

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