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Daimler to start serial production of eActros truck in 2021

STUTTGART (Reuters) – Daimler (DAIGn.DE) said on Wednesday it aims to start serial production of an electric heavy truck with a range of 200 km (124 miles) in 2021, Daimler Trucks chief Martin Daum said. A year ago, Daimler had said its eActros could be ready for serial production in 2020. Ten customers, including supermarket chain Edeka and logistics group Hermes, are to test Daimler’s eActros truck this year, Daum said. After that, another set of customers will test it…

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Bright Pattern Announces Record 2017 Financial Performance, Expects Accelerated Growth in 2018

Bright Pattern, a global provider of cloud communications platforms and contact center solutions, delivers record year 2017 results SAN BRUNO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 21, 2018– “Bright Pattern today announced record results and milestones for fiscal year 2017, including record bookings, revenue, and customer wins,” said Michael McCloskey, CEO of Bright Pattern. “Our customer base, driven by strong customer adoption, increased by 64%, revenue grew by 97%, and bookings grew by more than 160, thus demonstrating the strength of our solutions.” In…

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A $42 million ‘10,000 year clock’ is being installed on Jeff Bezos’ property

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos took to Twitter to announce that construction of the 10,000 year clock has begun on his property in Texas, with a view to encourage thinking about humanity in the long term. Conceived back in 1986 by American computer scientist Daniel Hills, the clock’s mechanism is designed to advance far more slowly than your average timekeeping device: it’ll tick once a year, its century hand will move once every 100 years, and its cuckoo will emerge every…

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How to Try Samples of Amazon Items Before You Buy

Amazon Prime members get a few more goodies than others, and one of them is a perk you might not have come across yet: Amazon Prime Samples is a program that allows Prime members to try samples of products. It isn’t a way to get free stuff from Amazon, but the money-saving benefits are nice. What Are Amazon Prime Samples? Amazon Prime Samples is a risk-free way to try a new product without wasting too much money on it. You can buy…

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How to View Notifications You’ve Dismissed on Android

Android’s notification system is arguably one of its strongest features, but it can also be annoying if you accidentally dismiss those notifications. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to view all the notifications that have hit your phone. How to Find Dismissed Applications on Jelly Bean and Above While the feature we’re going to look at here has been around for a while—since Jelly Bean, in fact—it’s shocking how unknown it still is. It’s good that it’s still part of the…

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The Stanford gaydar AI is hogwash

Last year a couple of Stanford researchers created an algorithm to determine whether Caucasians are gay or not with better accuracy than humans. The algorithm, trained with human bias, is better at determining whether or not other humans will think a face is gay. Unfortunately the researchers don’t present their work that way. The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology recently published the final version of the white paper that details the work, essentially giving it full credence as a…

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Tech Deals: $100 Off iPhone X, $249 Moto X, $187 iPhone 6s, 30% Off HP Gaming Laptops, More

Are you ready for some wonderful deals, which include discounted prices and tax-free savings on wonderful hardware? Of course, you are. As always, we have a great selection of tech-based deals which instantly save you money at the same time as welcoming some excellent new gadgetry into your life. Starting off, we have an excellent deal on the beautiful iPhone X available in Space Gray and Silver colors! Next up, more smartphones! There’s the Moto X thrown into the mix…

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OpenSignal’s State of LTE Report Highlights America’s Slow 4G Speeds

OpenSignal has published an updated State of LTE report for February, 2018. To be quite honest, 4G technology doesn’t seem to have evolved too much lately, given everyone is more focused on developing and deploying 5G, so this report doesn’t really have anything too exciting. However, we do get to see where the good ol’ US of A ranks in 4G speed compared to other nations (it’s like the Olympics but with 4G) and we’re also learning of nations that…

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Eastlink partners with Ericsson on Fast VoLTE rollout, 5G deployment

Swedish telecommunications equipment manufacturer Ericsson is now the “lead core network supplier” for Canadian regional carrier Eastlink’s VoLTE  services. The carrier will deploy Ericsson’s Fast VoLTE platform. According to a February 19th, 2018 media release, Ericsson will also work to build and deploy a 5G-ready network for Eastlink — an upgrade expected to be completed during the second half of 2018. “We operate with an overarching philosophy of continuous improvement through investment in our people, our networks, our services and…

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What’s missing from the Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence report?

Only a fool would dare criticise the report “The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention, and Mitigation,” coming as it does from such an august set of bodies — to quote: “researchers at the Future of Humanity Institute, the Center for the Study of Existential Risk, OpenAI, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Center for a New American Security, and 9 other institutions, drawing on expertise from a wide range of areas, including AI, cybersecurity, and public policy.” Cripes, that’s…

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