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A closer look at the 3D-printed Adidas 3D Runners

 The 3D Runners aren’t going to change the sneaker world. Not yet, at least. For now, the technology isn’t affordable or scalable enough for the mainstream shoe-buying public. The $333 price tag is simultaneously a nod to the technology that gave the shoes life and a reminder of its still prohibitive nature. But unlike the $700+ self-lacing Nike HyperAdapts that launched earlier… Read More
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Author: Brian Heater

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Here and Microsoft extend mapping deal, expanding into connected car data

 Here — the mapping business that was sold by Nokia to a consortium of automakers including Audi, BMW and Daimler for $2.8 billion in 2015 — today announced that it has extended a mapping deal with Microsoft. Microsoft was already using Here data in Bing Maps (used in Bing.com, Cortana and other services) and the Bing Maps API. Now, it plans to expand that to use Here mapping… Read More
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Author: Ingrid Lunden

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Uber ordered to stop self-driving vehicle service in San Francisco

 Uber has been ordered to stop using self-driving cars in California by state regulators, according to the Associated Press, at least until it secures the necessary permit issued by the state to allow companies to test autonomous vehicles on public roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a statement saying Uber was expected to secure such a permit, but Uber maintained that it… Read More
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Author: Darrell Etherington

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