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Driverless car tested on UK streets for the first time

MILTON KEYNES, England (Reuters) - With the steering wheel turning on its own and radar and camera technology guiding it, a driverless car took to Britain's streets for the first time on Tuesday, as part of trials aimed at getting autonomous vehicles onto the roads by 2020.
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MacBooks are typically expensive, so it is common for consumers to look for deals that would save them some cash when purchasing one. Whether you are looking to buy your very own MacBook or you inten
“Jack Reacher” Tom Cruise has found love again since his 2012 divorce from Katie Holmes, Us Weekly wrote in an exclusive report Wednesday. The woman, who was not identified by the magazine, is a Lond
Michael Moore has made his career as a filmmaker with movies calling for gun control, universal health care and an end to the United States Patriot Act... and he's voting for Donald Trump? 
As the highly contentious practice of hydraulic fracking spreads in the United States, another analysis shows that the fluids used to extract natural gas contain carcinogens.
It will be far from a “picnic in the park” for Abby Lee Miller on the next “Dance Moms.” After the ALDC coach attempted to have a moment of peace on Tuesday’s episode amid her legal troubles, the nex
Click.  Click. Click. Clickclickclickclick. Click — do you hear that? That's the sound of folks everywhere broadcasting their support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. It's the sound
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Wednesday unveiled its first-ever desktop computer and a free update to its Windows operating system that allows edits using 3D simulations, in hopes of reinvig
When a school required parents to sign permission slips for their kids to read Fahrenheit 451, the irony was not lost on this dad. On Monday, Daniel Radosh tweeted his brilliantly snarky response to t
A college in suburban Boston is proceeding cautiously after one of its students tested positive for mumps. The student, who was kept in isolation for five days, is expected to return to classes this
Sherlock Holmes is read to solve his next mystery. Aside from a holiday special last January, which took place in an alternate timeline, “Sherlock” has not aired a new season since 2014. PBS finally
Microsoft held a press conference today in New York, where it announced the new Surface Studio all-in-one PC, Surface Dial, VR headsets, an upgraded Surface Book and another Windows 10 update coming
Retro, casual and totally cool, Stephen Starr's The Continental is Miami's much buzzed about eatery known for its global cuisine and fresh tiki-inspired cocktails. Inspired by the much-loved Philadelp
A new poll from Insights West suggests 66 per cent of Canadians would support laws forbidding distracted walking while using a cellphone.
The Dallas Cowboys have been the class of the NFC East heading into Week 8, and a victory on “Sunday Night Football” would make them the clear favorite to win the division. They’ll host the Philadelp
The latest batch of emails uploaded Wednesday by WikiLeaks and linked to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta exposed internal discussions about whether the Democratic presidential nominee w
On the same day that UNESCO, the United Nation’s world heritage organization, voted to adopt a controversial resolution that Israel claims deletes Jewish ties to Jerusalem holy sites, Israeli archaeo
On Tuesday night, R&B singer Ciara took to Instagram to announce she was expecting a child with husband Russell Wilson. In the announcement photo a smiling Ciara can be seen in the black and whit
The 2016 presidential campaign has played out on Twitter as much as it has on TV, in convention halls and diners, rallies and water coolers across the country
A Massachusetts man charged in a 2014 computer network attack against Boston Children's Hospital fell to the floor after he was arraigned
Guests at the sexiest and scariest party in the world, the Official 2016 Maxim Halloween Party produced by Karma International Saturday at The Shrine Auditorium in Downtown Los
A parrot fossil was discovered in Siberia by a Russian paleontologist -- providing the first evidence for parrots in Asia and representing the most northern record for parrots worldwide
The campaign for Republican nominee Donald Trump finally got some good news Wednesday. After a fair number of polls showed him behind in key swing states, a Bloomberg/Selzer & Co. poll found he w
There many people, organizations and federal agencies involved in animal care in the United States and around the globe. For example, free ranging marine mammals are under the watchful eye of the Offi
“American Horror Story” writers flipped the script on viewers in Season 6, episode 6, turning the show from a faux reenactment, to a full on fake reality show. A number of already introduced cast mem
It’s no coincidence that the ‘center of gravity’ for my Digital Influencer article series is the recently published The DevOps Handbook, as DevOps is a core enabler of digital transformation. Even mor
The next generation of iPhones are slated to roll out in 2017 commemorating the 10th anniversary of the smartphone. The upcoming model—the iPhone 8—will reportedly feature a design change that was la
Following the third presidential debate and the revolving door of sexual-assault allegations against Donald Trump, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has built a strong lead in most nati
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is not the only person worried deteriorating relations with Russia could lead to war.  Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Tuesday that a no-fly
Brooks HaysPASADENA, Calif., Oct. 26 (UPI) -- The seasons are changing, and so are the colors on Saturn. A pair of photographs snapped by NASA's Cassini spacecraft reveal Saturn's north pole in flux.
Wild game burgers are definitely becoming an enduring menu option in mainstream restaurants. And now, sandwich chain Arby’s will begin testing a new venison meat sandwich at select Arby’s locations.
A team of experts led by Marián Cueto from the University of Cantabria, Spain, examined nine fossilised cave lion toe bones from the Upper Palaeolithic cave site of La Garma, in northern Spain.

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