The government is today announcing plans to put driverless cars on public roads as early as January 2015. The British Army already uses autonomous vehicles, supplied by automotive design specialist MIRA, which is also developing systems for civilian use. Tim Edwards, principal engineer at MIRA, told Sky News the UK had some "very advanced technologies and some fairly unique know-how". Trials on public roads have already been held in Japan, Singapore and Germany, and Sweden will soon follow suit.
If you were a kid of the '90s I know what you wanted as gifts. Here's why: we all wanted the same things. I’m sure there’s a study to be done on '90s commercials and the hypnotic power of Nickelodeon, but really, it just felt like everything that existed back then was awesome and absolutely necessary. What they were selling, I was begging my parents to buy, if you know what I mean. Here’s a rundown of 20 toys from the ‘90s we were always asking for—and sometimes got! 1. Tamagotchi This little guy was an electronic keychain that doubled as a pet you had to take care of. I remember playing with mine all of Christmas day and a week following. . . and then shoving it in a drawer and letting the battery ran out. RIP Tamagatchi. 2. Talk Boy All ‘90s kids worship Kevin McCallister. That’s just a fact. So when he rolled out with a Talk Boy, it was ALL I wanted. Let me be clear, I was personally offended by the existence of the Talk Girl as a ...
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The woolly mammoth is now the state fossil of South Carolina, thanks to a third-grader. Following months of pushback in the South Carolina Senate from creationist state legislators who opposed the idea, Gov.
It may not cure your two left feet, but it can certainly do what few other mobile games do: get you moving with a partnerBounden is one of the most unique iOS games ever released, and it's available in the App Store as of Wednesday.
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