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2.1 million people in the US still use the Internet like it is 1995
New Delhi: In an age where the average US broadband speed is 11.4 Mbps, some 2.1 million people in the country are still using the decades old AOL dial-up to connect to the Internet. AOL reported the mind puzzling number in its quarterly earnings last ...
2.1 million people still use AOL dial-upfox5sandiego.com
AOL: 2.1 million people still subscribe to dial-up InternetTechnoBuffalo
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AP Exclusive: Self-Driving Cars Getting Dinged in California
New York Times
LOS ANGELES — Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads. Two accidents happened while the cars were ...
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AP Exclusive: Self-driving cars getting dinged in California
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads. Two accidents happened while the cars ...
Things to know about accidents involving self-driving carsseattlepi.com
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Riding Shotgun In a Self-Driving Big Rig
Pulling myself up into the cab of the big 18-wheeler, I settle into the shotgun seat and buckle up while driver Mark Alvick fires up the Freightliner semi. With a groan, the airbrakes release, the big diesel rumbles to life and we head off down the highway.
Daimler's self-driving big rig makes big entrance in NevadaCasper Star-Tribune Online
4 things you should know about Freightliner's self-driving truckCNET
Freightliner Inspiration Truck – the first licensed autonomous driving truck in the USNext Big Future
Big Think (blog)
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Nintendo deal at Universal breaks new theme park ground
The lovable little pink ball is a popular fanchise, especially with girls and younger gamers. The colorful, cartoon-like worlds of Kirby and friends would make for a fun, kid-friendly area at a Universal park. Think Simpsons land but geared for kids. As for an ...
Nintendo talks region unlocking, no mobile games at E3, deal with UniversalDestructoid
Nintendo Themed Island Coming To Universal Theme Parks; Imagine A ...Design & Trend
10 Nintendo Rides and Attractions We Demand from UniversalTravelPulse
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FCC shoots down petitions to delay open internet rules
Remember when a wolfpack of cable companies and telecoms -- including AT&T, CenturyLink, the American Cable Association, USTelecom and more -- filed motions to delay the FCC from enacting parts of its open internet order? Well, the Commission was ...
FCC denies requests to delay net neutrality rulesPCWorld
FCC's Tom Wheeler: 'More Competition Would Be Better'NewsFactor Network
FCC refuses broadband industry demand to halt Title II classificationArs Technica
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Here's What A Web Browser Running On The Apple Watch Looks Like (Spoiler ...
No, no it wouldn't. It's a thought most smartwatch owners have had at one time or another — but in the end, we probably don't want that. Comex, a well-known jailbreak developer who went off to spend some time as an Apple intern before moving on to other ...
A Web Browser On The Apple Watch Is As Bad As You'd ImagineGizmodo
This video explains why Apple didn't put a Web browser on the Apple WatchVentureBeat
How An Apple Watch Web Browser Would LookInternational Business Times
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How to sync photos to your Apple Watch
Despite it's small screen, the Apple Watch OLED display is bright and images look great on the high resolution screen, making it a perfect canvas for your photos. Users are limited to syncing one album from their iPhone to the Apple Watch at a time.
Why so many Apple Watch apps suckFortune
Apple Watch more successful than the iPhoneGeek Snack
10 Android Apps That Apple iPhone Users Wish They HadBidness ETC
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Fiat CEO says Apple to continue its 'intervention in the car'
A new report from Reuters on Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne's recent trip to California has provided evidence that Apple has serious plans for technologies related to automobiles. It seems the purpose of Marchionne's visit was to ...
Fiat Chrysler CEO tells counterparts to stand up and leadTaipei Times
Fiat CEO meets with Tim Cook, says Apple planning automotive 'intervention'Apple Insider
Fiat Chrysler CEO says met with Tesla, Apple CEOs on California tripPhillyVoice.com
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Why so many Apple Watch apps suck
On the front page of Sunday's New York Times travel section, Stephanie Rosenbloom tells a story about the first time she tried to order a Uber ride through the company's Apple Watch app. The app seemed to be frozen — until it wasn't. “Suddenly,” she writes ...
Texans aren't impressed with new Apple Watch if you believe TwitterCultureMap Austin
10 Apple Watch Apps Built in BostonBostInno
Apple Watch set for in–store pickupRapid News Network
Product Reviews -24/7 Wall St. -iTech Post
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