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The future of autonomous delivery may be unfolding in an unlikely place: Suburban Houston

For months now, Nuro’s robotically piloted vehicles have been quietly delivering groceries to restaurants and homes around Houston, the vehicles’ sensors mapping the city as they go. Innovations

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This seagull is becoming an unlikely celebrity in London, after making multiple appearances in front of a traffic camera…

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Sharp Bitcoin Rally in 2019 Unlikely: Analyst

According to an options market observer, the chance of Bitcoin hitting $ 10,000 by September is five percent Cointelegraph.com News

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Binance Research: JPM Coin Unlikely to Directly Compete With Ripple’s XRP, for Now

Binance Research argues that the implications of JPMorgan Chase’s JPM Coin for the public stablecoin market will be minimal in the near-term. Cointelegraph.com News

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Global Newsstand: Trump may find unlikely ally in Chinese business sector, and more

“In his tariff war with China, US President Donald Trump has some hidden allies,” writes Andrew Browne. “Just about every complaint US trade negotiators raised in Beijing [in January] – not to mention their doubts about the sincerity of China’s concessions – are shared by Chinese entrepreneurs…. This reality underscores how tough it will be for the Trump administration to ...

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An unlikely place for women to help end a tragic war

The country of Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula has two notable distinctions. It is currently home to the world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe, caused by a war raging since 2015. Yemen’s warring parties agreed to a cease-fire for the port city of Hudaydah, the main entry for aid to feed a country on the brink of mass famine. Yahoo News – ...

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Chatter Report: Pompliano Praises Bitcoin Performance, Antonopoulos Says Death Spiral ‘Unlikely’

In today’s Chatter Report, we explore the different ways crypto influencers have been responding to the low prices of 2018. Some are unfazed like Anthony Pompliano, who still believes that bitcoin is the best performing asset. Others are reassuring like Andreas Antonopoulos, who has been busy addressing concerns about bitcoin being in a death spiral. The rest are pensive like James McAvity, ...

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Finding resolution when justice is unlikely during #MeToo, The Vatican does the math in China, Russia struggles to control Syria narrative, Balancing security and sovereignty in the hunt for ISIS, Space exploration is both old and new for Arab countries

“It’s hard to describe how it feels to be a woman living through the #MeToo era,” writes Nesrine Malik. “Not at the centre of anything, but reflecting on your personal experiences…. For me and many of the women around me, the Brett Kavanaugh case in the US has triggered some unexpectedly profound emotions…. To walk into a world … where ...

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