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Waymo, the autonomous vehicle unit owned by Google parent Alphabet Inc, is taking more office space in San Francisco.
(Reuters) - The quartet of private citizens who make up the Inspiration4 team, poised to make history aboard a SpaceX rocketship as the first all-civilian crew launched into orbit, may appear at first glance to be everyday people, but they are far from ordinary.
For years she had to run slow to run long. Now that Meg Inokuma is healthy, she’s a trail-running beast.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Six MD-530G helicopters that will be used by the Malaysian Army Aviation Unit are currently undergoing pre-delivery inspection (PDI) checks before entering service officially, says Malaysian Chief of Defence Forces Gen Tan Sri Affendi Buang.
(Reuters) - The city of Taylor, Texas - one of two locations in the state under consideration by Samsung Electronics for a $17 billion chip plant - plans to offer extensive property tax breaks if it is chosen by the South Korean tech giant.
A federal judge on Sept 2 ordered a prominent participant in the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol to return to jail after he was caught accessing the Internet to watch false conspiracy theories about the US presidential election.
PETALING JAYA: There’s no final flourish for national runner Siti Noor Iasah Ariffin.
Intentional or not, untrue information being propagated on the Internet endangers the public. Could emerging tech tools help combat the threat?
In the wake of full US approval for the Pfizer/BioNTech anti-Covid vaccine this week, more and more American companies are looking at mandatory vaccinations for employees – and customers.