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Nearly 1,000 people were watching Tuesday afternoon when a school bus went through a North Salem intersection without stopping.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has apologized to U.S. Representative Mark Pocan, admitting to scoring an "own goal" in its initial denial of his suggestion that its drivers were sometimes forced to urinate in bottles during their delivery rounds.
Using front-mounted cameras which detect roadside speed limit signs, the system slows the vehicle to comply with the regulations automatically.
E-commerce giant Amazon has apologised to a US lawmaker after falsely denying that some of its drivers are forced at times to urinate in plastic bottles.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Monday it would extend a punitive slowdown of Twitter until May 15, though it acknowledged the U.S. social media company had speeded up deletion of what Moscow calls banned content.
In South Korea, about 20 so-called smart street lamps have been installed in the city center. They are designed to better manage traffic or to monitor certain places, or simply to help connect to a public wireless network.
Wisk Aero LLC, a maker of electric-powered aircraft designed for use as flying taxis, claims its technology was stolen by Archer Aviation Inc, a rival startup valued at US$3.8bil (RM15.68bil) in a blank-check deal earlier this year involving United Airlines Holdings Inc and investment banker Ken Moelis.
A new coalition of small business groups on April 6 launched a campaign for tougher US antitrust enforcement, specifically calling for the breakup of online commerce titan Amazon.
The sunset of 3G networks is moving faster than expected, says MCMC, revealing that telcos were ahead of targets for migrating customers to newer networks and turning off the older networks.
Truck driver takes own life after BeiDou, the Chinese version of GPS, failed and resulted in a hefty police fine
China has heavily promoted its BeiDou alternative to the GPS system, mandating it be installed in millions of trucks, boats, and buses. Users have reported constant problems, but claim they are given hefty fines for glitches.