Monthly Archives: July 2016

Aviation Experts Urge Caution on Releasing Self-Driving Cars

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Reducing risk when introducing autonomous-driving vehicles means taking time to allow the technology to mature and providing rigorous training for operators, say aviation safety experts.

Aviation Experts Urge Caution on Releasing Self-Driving Cars

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Reducing risk when introducing autonomous-driving vehicles means taking time to allow the technology to mature and providing rigorous training for operators, say aviation safety experts.

Twitter Fails to Harness Its Importance

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Twitter is so bad at surfacing its most valuable content that a whole ecosystem of other players has arisen to do it for Twitter, from apps and data-mining services to the news media itself, writes Christopher Mims.

Drone Racers Feel the Need for Speed

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Ralph Gardner Jr. gets a chance to fly a drone ahead of the The Liberty Cup at the Liberty Science Center, which was billed as “the first-ever drone race set against the NYC skyline.”

Drone Racers Feel the Need for Speed

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Ralph Gardner Jr. gets a chance to fly a drone ahead of the The Liberty Cup at the Liberty Science Center, which was billed as “the first-ever drone race set against the NYC skyline.”

Sony Gets to Next Level With PlayStation Help

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Sony’s videogame segment reported its best quarter ever. The company could get another boost with the introduction of a virtual-reality gadget in October.

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