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Apple and South Korea’s Hyundai Motor are planning a partnership deal to start manufacturing autonomous vehicles in the United States around 2024, Korea IT News reported. Hyundai Motor previously revealed it was in talks with Apple. Shares of the Korean car manufacturing company surged nearly 20% after the automaker announced the early-stage talks with Apple. “We understand that Apple is in discussion...
A French woman has been charged for allegedly posing as a diamond expert to steal £4.2million worth of gems by swapping them for pebbles. The heist took place at the Boodles jewelry store in Mayfair, central London - which counts Victoria Beckham and Rebecca Thompson among its customers, The Sun reported. Lulu Lakatos, 59, pretended to be a gemologist inspecting diamonds on...
The Internal Revenue Service inadvertently sent payments to over 13 million bank accounts that are no longer open or valid, and the agency is now trying to fix it, according to tax-preparation service Jackson Hewitt. Millions of taxpayers who checked the status of their stimulus payments earlier in the week through IRS Get My Payment tool noticed that the funds had been deposited...
Elon Musk is now the richest person in the world, thanks to a surge in his electric car company’s share price With a net worth of $190 billion as of Thursday January 7, the Tesla CEO has pushed Jeff Bezos to a second position. Bezos had been on the top spot since 2017. He is currently worth about $184 billion. “How...
A 41-year-old health worker in Portugal has died two days after getting the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine. Mother-of-two, Sonia Acevedo reportedly suffered a 'sudden death' at home on the first day of January, 48 hours after receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Acevedo changed her profile photo on Facebook after she was vaccinated and wrote: "Covid-19 vaccinated." The bereaved family said she did not have...
A Michigan woman, Princess Thurman, has been charged after allegedly shooting her boyfriend with a purple gun inside another woman's apartment.  She had entered a “polyamorous” relationship with the man days earlier, according to Chicago Tribune. The incident happened on December 20 when Police arrived the Merrillville apartment at 5700 block of Grant Street around 6:15 p.m and found a...
While many companies within the U.S and globally struggled in 2020 due to the pandemic, America’s biggest tech companies wrapped up a huge year. The tech giants Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, Tesla and Nvidia reached a combined $3.4 trillion in market cap in 2020 amid the pandemic. Signs of strong demand for its iPhone 12 models and optimism about its...
The dancing robots in the video below can certainly make your day. The Boston Dynamics’ dancing robots welcoming 2021 in style have set the internet on fire with millions of views on Social Media websites. The amazing video was put together by Boston Dynamics as part of celebration for an incredible engineering achievement. The robots which were uniquely designed for different...
The Los Angeles Fire Department recently unveiled this compact robotic firefighting vehicle. The Thermite RS3, the first robotic firefighting vehicle in the United States, was manufactured by Howe & Howe Inc., a subsidiary of Textron Systems Corporation. It was purchased by the LAFD Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting the department for $278,000 and donated to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The robot is remotely operated with a controller...
The director of the U.S National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN during an interview on Sunday that the worst is still yet to come in the coronavirus pandemic which started 10 months ago. The top infectious disease expert is now warning Americans to brace for post-holiday season “surge” in cases. “We very well might see...
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