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Element Critical to go after data center acquisitions

Data center provider CentralColo has announced a comprehensive rebranding, starting with a name change. It is now called Element Critical. → Read More

Trump administration continues hands-off approach to self-driving cars

The Trump administration on Tuesday published the latest guidelines for self-driving cars, the first update since taking over from the Obama administration. → Read More

Drive.ai and Lyft partner to test self-driving cars in Bay Area

Drive.ai and Lyft have announced a partnership to test self-driving cars in the SF Bay Area. It is one of many self-driving partnerships for Lyft. → Read More

Google launches augmented reality app ARCore for Android

Google has launched its own augmented reality kit for developers, called ARCore, a lighter version of the company’s Tango platform. → Read More

Private Watson reports for duty as IBM provides cloud to U.S. Army

IBM announced on Wednesday that it has been awarded a two year, nine month contract to continue providing cloud services to the U.S. Army. → Read More

Google hiring artificial intelligence talent in China despite being banned

Google is building an artificial intelligence team in Beijing, China, despite having its search engine and mobile app store banned in the country. → Read More

IOTA gets ready to hack for climate change this fall

The IOTA foundation will be the platform sponsor for the upcoming Hack4Climate conference in Bonn, Germany, looking for solutions around climate change. → Read More

“AI most likely cause of WW3” as nations invest, says Elon Musk

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said the country with “[artificial intelligence] superiority most likely cause of WW3” on Twitter. → Read More

Samsung granted permission to test self-driving cars in California

Samsung is the latest technology company to receive a permit to test self-driving cars in California, following the footsteps of its mobile rival Apple. → Read More

Domino's and Ford to test self-driving pizza delivery service

Domino’s and Ford have partnered to test a self-driving pizza delivery service to customers in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to see customers reactions. → Read More

Uber looked into partnering with automaker for self-driving project

Uber’s self-driving project could have been a collaborative effort between the ride-hailing giant and a major automaker, according to a new report. → Read More

nuTonomy Hopes To Launch Self-Driving Service In Singapore By Q2 2018

Self-driving startup nuTonomy said it hopes to launch a commercial ride service in Singapore by the second quarter of 2018. → Read More

Colorado to deploy self-driving crash truck to shadow road crews

Colorado Department of Transportation has said it will deploy a self-driving truck to protect road crews from speeding vehicles by the end of this fall. → Read More

Apple to test self-driving shuttle for employees in Palo Alto

Apple is reportedly working on a self-driving shuttle service for its employees, moving them between Palo Alto and Infinite Loop. → Read More

Ford to work on self-driving cars with taxi and delivery functionality

Car ownership is set to decline as self-driving cars hit the roads, when that happens, Ford wants to be the company supplying taxis and delivery services. → Read More

Google retires Firefly car to focus on mass-produced vehicles

Google self-driving division Waymo has announced it will be retiring the Firefly car, the pod-like vehicle that was manufactured in-house to experiment. → Read More

Finland prepares for self-driving shuttle service this fall

Finland could be the first country to have a regular autonomous shuttle service, with city transportation officials aiming to debut the service this fall. → Read More

UK Autodrive scheme to be tested on public roads this year

Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, and Tata Motors are collaborating in the UK on a scheme called Autodrive, which is working on communication for self-driving cars. → Read More

Facebook’s Oculus patents lightweight smart glasses

Facebook-owned Oculus has patented a lightweight smart glasses concept that would augment physical, real-world environments. → Read More

Jawbone goes into liquidation; founder launches new health startup

Jawbone, once rivalling Fitbit for the top spot in the wearable market, has begun liquidation proceedings after years of lacklustre product launches. → Read More