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Self-driving shuttles are ferrying COVID-19 tests at a Florida clinic

By autonomous, beep, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, Florida, gear, health, mayo clinic, medicine, navya, News, self-driving, self-driving car

Drive-thru COVID-19 tests are only as safe and quick as the systems used to put those tests in the hands of clinics, and a new initiative in Jacksonville, Florida might just improve that weak link. The Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville Transportation …

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After Math: The price of technological progress

By after math, aftermath, e-cigarette, engadget, Florida, google, hopper, housing, monopoly, Opinion, ransomware, San Francisco, super mario bros., tomorrow

San Francisco is on the cusp of banning e-cigarettes while a Florida town is now half a million dollars poorer following a ransomware attack. Google’s building 20,000 new Silicon Valley homes (since California won’t) and a new predictive hotel app ca…

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NTSB says Tesla’s Autopilot was active during fatal Model 3 crash

By autopilot, av, crash, engadget, fatality, Florida, gear, Model 3, model3, national transportation safety board, nationaltransportationsafetyboard, ntsb, tesla, tesla model 3, teslamodel3, Transportation

The National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report that Tesla’s Autopilot system was active at the time of a fatal Model 3 crash in Delray Beach, Florida. Data showed the car’s driver, who died in the March 1st incident, activated…

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Florida governor says Russians accessed voter databases in 2016

By database, election interference, electioninterference, engadget, Florida, gear, hack, hackers, politics, rick scott, rickscott, ron desantis, rondesantis, russia, russian hackers, russianhackers, Security, voter database, voterdatabase, voters

Hackers from Russia gained access to voter databases in two Florida counties before the 2016 presidential election, Gov. Ron DeSantis said. While the hackers didn’t compromise election results or manipulate any data, the fact that they gained access…

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US will test expanded drone use in 10 states

By alaska, california, departmentoftransportation, drone, engadget, Florida, gear, government, kansas, nevada, northcarolina, northdakota, oklahoma, projectwing, Regulation, reno, robots, sandiego, tennessee, Transportation, uasipp, virginia, virginiatech

The US government is making good on its promise to expand the use of drones. The Department of Transportation has named the 10 projects that will participate in its Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program, and they represent a wid…

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US will test expanded drone use in 10 states

By alaska, california, departmentoftransportation, drone, engadget, Florida, gear, government, kansas, nevada, northcarolina, northdakota, oklahoma, projectwing, Regulation, reno, robots, sandiego, tennessee, Transportation, uasipp, virginia, virginiatech

The US government is making good on its promise to expand the use of drones. The Department of Transportation has named the 10 projects that will participate in its Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program, and they represent a wid…

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Twitter will broadcast local TV news to avoid misinformation

By engadget, fakenews, Florida, gear, Internet, kayvonbeykpour, livevideo, marjorystonemandouglashighschool, miami, microblogging, misinformation, schoolshooting, Twitter, video

In an effort to curb the spread of misinformation, Twitter will begin broadcasting local TV news alongside the timeline when tragedy strikes. The microblogging service tested the feature yesterday, streaming news coverage of the school shootin…

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Tweets will be official presidential records if the Covfefe Act passes

By applenews, covfefe, Donald Trump, engadget, Florida, gear, mar a lago, mike quigley, mikequigley, nara, politics, potus, presidential records act, presidentialrecordsact, sean spicer, the national archives, trump, Twitter, united states, White House

America’s 45th president has a habit of writing and then deleting his social media posts and US Representative Mike Quigley wants him to stop. As such, Quigley on Monday introduced legislation to force the National Archives to include “social media”…

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