Day: April 10, 2019

Ford CEO says the company ‘overestimated’ self-driving cars

Engadget RSS Feed Ford CEO Jim Hackett scaled back hopes about the company’s plans for self-driving cars this week, admitting that the first vehicles will have limits. “We overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles,” said Hackett, who once headed the company’s autonomous vehicle division, at a Detroit Economic Club event on Tuesday. While Ford still […]

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Blue Jackets’ 4-goal comeback stuns Cup favourite Lightning

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Seth Jones scored the go-ahead goal on the power play to cap Columbus’ three-goal third period, and the Blue Jackets rallied to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 in Game 1 of the teams’ first-round Eastern Conference playoff series Wednesday night. Jones made it 4-3 from the slot […]

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Analysis | The broom, the bicycle or the banana? India’s election is a clash of symbols.

WorldViews A worker manufactures an Indian National Congress party ribbon at the Sadar Bazaar market in New Delhi. (Ruhani Kaur/Bloomberg News) April 10 at 9:31 PM NEW DELHI — Nearly 900 million Indians are eligible to vote in national elections that start Thursday, an exercise so big that it will take six weeks to complete. […]

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Expulsion de Wilson-Raybould : la réconciliation se poursuit, malgré la perte d’une alliée

Radio-Canada | En ligne Victoria applaudit la levée d’une restriction pour le commerce d’alcool interprovincial Enquête sur les femmes autochtones : le rapport final sera dévoilé le 3 juin Les pêcheurs innus ont le vent dans les voiles

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Jets-Blues : la bataille des mots a déjà commencé entre les bibliothèques

Radio-Canada | Techno – À la une Le gardien phénomène des Blues de Saint-Louis fait face à d’anciens tweets sur la burqa La nouvelle loi encadrant la chasse nocturne de la Fédération des Métis du Manitoba entre en vigueur Personne n’a peur des gens qui sourient, un roman sur la fuite et l’affranchissement L’importance des […]

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Engage with China on Arctic plans: House foreign affairs committee

iPolitics Members of the House foreign affairs committee from each of the three major parties are suggesting that the government engage with China about its Arctic pursuits, in spite of months of uneasiness in relations between the countries. Canada’s relationship with China has grown worse and worse in the public eye since December. On December […]

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The ‘Chef’s Table’ team is making non-fiction shows for Disney+

Engadget RSS Feed Supper Club/Disney Disney+ won’t focus solely on telling fictional stories inside the media behemoth’s many, many properties. The company has signed a two-year deal that will have Supper Club, the creators of Chef’s Table, creating non-fiction streaming shows based around both franchises as well as original ideas. No, the first projects won’t […]

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Sixers GM Brand implies Joel Embiid (left knee) might miss start of playoffs

NBA.com: News Go to Source Joel Embiid is averaging 27.5 points and 13.6 rebounds. Philadelphia 76ers general manager Elton Brand told reporters Wednesday that “it’s possible” that All-Star center Joel Embiid, who’s been dealing with knee and back issues since the All-Star break, might not be ready to play when the playoffs start this weekend. […]

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Wolf Tracks: Lessons along the way

Sudbury Star David Levin, right, of the Sudbury Wolves, attempts to skate around Jack Quinn, of the Ottawa 67’s, during OHL playoff action at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ont. on Tuesday April 9, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network On the seventh of eight goals that propelled the Ottawa 67’s to a 3-0 series […]

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Wold Tracks: Lessons along the way

Sudbury Star On the seventh of eight goals that propelled the Ottawa 67’s to a 3-0 series stranglehold on Tuesday night at Sudbury Community Arena, a Wolves defenceman got caught a bit … Go to Source

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