Posts Tagged ‘Month’

I rode this cute self-driving bus that’s coming to Japan next month

I rode this cute self-driving bus that’s coming to Japan next month

DeNA, the Japanese company you might remember as the key collaborator in Nintendo’s smartphone efforts, wants to be a player in the transportation game. After announcing initiatives related to self-driving taxis, car-sharing, and parking space-sharing, the company has now detailed plans for an autonomous bus service called Robot Shuttle. Robot Shuttle is a joint...

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A month after its car hit a bus, Google filed a patent for robot cars to detect buses

A month after its car hit a bus, Google filed a patent for robot cars to detect buses

On Feb. 14, one of the company’s several dozen test vehicles struck a bus, the first accident where the autonomous system was at fault. On March 8, a pair of Google researchers filed a patent entitled “Bus Detection for an Autonomous Vehicle.” The patent details specific image recognition technology that can pick up on...

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Elon Musk hasn’t decided how much of the Model 3 to show next month

Elon Musk hasn’t decided how much of the Model 3 to show next month

On its fourth quarter earnings call this afternoon, discussion inevitably turned to the upcoming Model 3 during the Q&A session with analysts. In response to a question about what we’ll see of the car at its March 31st unveiling, CEO Elon Musk’s reply was that he hasn’t decided. Seriously: “We’re trying to decide whether we...

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This Month in Luxury: Apple Watch beats Rolex

This Month in Luxury: Apple Watch beats Rolex

Welcome to This Month in Luxury, presented by Micah Singleton, The Verge’s resident Luxury Director. In this monthly (or whenever we remember) column, I will take you on a completely superficial journey of opulence, pointing out one device, artifact, or service an upscale individual such as yourself would take pleasure in experiencing. Let the...

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San Bernardino shooting: Marquez paid $200 a month for ‘sham marriage’

San Bernardino shooting: Marquez paid $200 a month for ‘sham marriage’

Amy R. ConnollySAN BERNARDINO, Calif., Dec. 18 (UPI) — Enrique Marquez was allegedly paid $ 200 a month to enter into a “sham” marriage to San Bernardino, Calif., shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s Russian sister-in-law. Top News – UPI.com

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Fed Pushed Toward December Hike Last Month, Despite Concern

Fed Pushed Toward December Hike Last Month, Despite Concern

Filed under: Inflation, Unemployment Rate, Economic Recovery, Federal Reserve, Interest Rates Andrew Harnik/APFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen By Howard Schneider and Jason Lange WASHINGTON — A solid core of Federal Reserve officials rallied behind a possible December rate hike at the central bank’s last policy meeting, but central bankers also debated evidence the U.S....

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8 Steps to Budget Mastery in 20 Minutes a Month

8 Steps to Budget Mastery in 20 Minutes a Month

Filed under: Budgeting Alamy By Shannah Game The word “budget” strikes fear and panic in many. No one likes to think about them, let alone talk about them. The truth of the matter is that most budgets fail, and they fail badly, because most budgets lie. Yes, that’s right — they lie. A budget...

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Factory Orders Fall for 2nd Straight Month in September

Factory Orders Fall for 2nd Straight Month in September

Filed under: Currency, Economic Indicators, GDP, Manufacturing, Economy Tony Gutierrez/AP By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON — New orders for U.S. factory goods fell for a second straight month in September as the manufacturing sector continues to struggle under the weight of a strong dollar and deep spending cuts by energy companies. The Commerce Department said...

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5 Reasons You’ll Pay YouTube $9.99 a Month

5 Reasons You’ll Pay YouTube $9.99 a Month

Filed under: Media, Google, Entertainment Industry, Internet, Music & Entertainment Danny Moloshok/APYouTube Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl unveils ‘YouTube Red,’ at the company’s offices in Los Angeles. YouTube is building a new paywall, but it doesn’t mean that everyone will have to start shelling out cash to watch kids slipping off skateboards or cats...

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Market Wrap: Stocks Slip but Post Best Month in 4 Years

Market Wrap: Stocks Slip but Post Best Month in 4 Years

Filed under: Energy, Market News, Healthcare Industry, Internet, Oil & Gas Industry Richard Drew/AP By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK — U.S. stock indexes finished with their strongest monthly performances in four years Friday, even as they fell for the day amid a mixed bag of earnings reports. For October, all three major indexes posted...

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