Daily Archives: October 18, 2019

Forget the delivery truck. Walgreens is delivering aspirin, snacks via drone

Walgreens customers in Virginia will be able to get those items, and many more, dropped at their doorstep by drone. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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‘I didn’t take this job to keep it’: GOP Rep. Rooney hints he’s open to impeachment

Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), a former U.S. ambassador, said he has been increasingly concerned by revelations that have emerged regarding the Trump administration’s dealings with Ukraine. PowerPost

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This robotic hand learned to solve a Rubik’s Cube on its own — just like a human.

The goal, researchers say, was to create a robot that learns the way humans do — through trial and error. Eventually, those robots could be used to complete tasks — in a warehouse or perhaps on the surface of a new planet — with more autonomy. Innovations

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Suzanne Somers on nude birthday snap backlash: ‘It was very hot’

Suzanne Somers isn’t feeling the heat after some social media users expressed strong opinions about her recent Instagram snap celebrating her 73rd birthday in nothing but her “birthday suit.” Fox News – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines | Photos & News Videos

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Planning to live on Social Security? Consider doing this

It’s not easy and not advisable, but it’s possible in some cases. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Explaining how fighting games use delay-based and rollback netcode

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson / Capcom / Getty Images) Ricky “Infil” Pusch is a long-time fighting game fan and content creator. He wrote The Complete Killer Instinct Guide, an interactive and comprehensive website for learning about Killer Instinct. This article was originally published there. At its core, netcode is simply a method for two or more computers, each trying to ...

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‘His death leaves a void’: House Democrats mourn Cummings, vow to continue probes

Cummings, who died early Thursday morning at 68, was a singularly effective public messenger for Democrats at high-profile hearings. PowerPost

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Cummings’s legacy: champion for Baltimore, force of nature in Congress

The Maryland Democrat, who died Thursday, knew that alliances and respect from rivals would only make him more powerful — so his friends ranged from Rep. Meadows to Sen. Warren. PowerPost

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