Tesla Autopilot: Name deceptive, claim groups
May23

Tesla Autopilot: Name deceptive, claim groups

. . . Tesla cars come with assisted driving technology Two US consumer rights groups have urged the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Tesla over its marketing of “Autopilot” assisted-driving software. In a letter sent on Wednesday, the groups called the Autopilot name “deceptive and misleading”. A small number of drivers using the software have been involved in crashes. Tesla says customer feedback shows...

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Striving to build a global mutual support community, Hi Mutual Society (HMS) has successfully launched three blockchain mutual support products

So far, HMS has successfully launched three blockchain mutual support products—Global Health Mutual Support, Token Support, and Flight Delay Mutual. The three products are aimed at different users in different fields. In addition, HMS has made continuous breakthroughs in technology development and has become the world’s first mutual support blockchain application platform that has been landed.   Products Innovations   Global...

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How drones could help save lives at sea
May23

How drones could help save lives at sea

Drones which can identify humans in distress and help rescue teams survey the surrounding location are being trialled by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. BBC Click finds out more. See more at Click’s website and...

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Sony takes controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing
May22

Sony takes controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing

. . . Alicia Keys’s songs are published by EMI Sony is buying a controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing, giving it control over two million songs by artists from Queen and Carole King to Alicia Keys and Pharrell Williams. The $2.3bn (£1.7bn) deal will make Sony the world’s biggest music publisher. Sony’s publishing business already includes 2.3 million tracks, including the Beatles catalogue. Sony chief executive...

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Apple Powerbeats headphones in ‘sweat-proof’ legal action
May21

Apple Powerbeats headphones in ‘sweat-proof’ legal action

. BeatsbyDre . The Powerbeats headphones’ advertising showed images of people using them while working up a sweat A US judge has ruled legal action against Apple over its Powerbeats headphones can go ahead “in part”. Seven customers, from various US cities, say the headphones do not hold their charge for as long as Apple advertises and they are not as water- or sweat-proof as claimed. The judge said the sweat-proof...

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2018 Global Blockchain Summit Hong Kong ETM Release to Be Held on May 24

The population of Chinese netizens soars from 100 million in 2000 to 700 million in 2010 . In 2020, there may be 1.5 billion terminal data users or above. This ushers in the arrival of the Era of Big Data, and the arrival of intelligent terminal data. Then what will blockchain bring to us? The blockchain has redefined data and changed the labor relationship between people. 5G, the Internet of Things, Big Data, cloud computing,...

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