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Cars are capable of driving and parking themselves while avoiding obstacles, but they need to see their surroundings. How do you know you’re a safe distance from vehicles around you when dark outside, or when headlights can’t penetrate the fog?

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A new virtual store developed by Tesco for its line of South Korean Home Plus supermarkets lets customers browse store shelves for the products they want just as if they were in a physical store. But they’re not. They’re on a subway platform.

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Its Transition aircraft just received a few special exemptions from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that further clear the way for first deliveries of the vehicle, which are now slated for late next year.

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The idea is simple enough: Create a cloud-based software tool that can comb through the entire universe of military intelligence reports and come back with actionable intel that battlefield commanders can use on the ground, and do it in realtime.

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Stephen C. Webster via RawStory.com

Verizon Wireless became the latest U.S. mobile data carrier to announce that it would implement usage-based pricing for Internet access, claiming the new fees would mean light users no longer "subsidize" those on current unlimited data plans.

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