Technology

The concept of cable cars has long been associated with ski resorts and mountain areas, providing convenient transportation for skiers and tourists. However, in recent years, Austrian company Doppelmayr has been expanding its operations beyond ski resorts and into congested cities around the world. As climate change continues to impact our planet and cities seek
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Microsoft Corp. is set to launch its highly anticipated AI assistant, Copilot, for Windows on September 26th. The Office AI app will follow closely behind, becoming widely available on November 1st. These new releases mark a significant step forward in Microsoft’s ongoing efforts to incorporate generative artificial intelligence into its products. With Copilot, Microsoft aims
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A mysterious buyer known as Flannery Associates has sparked controversy with its ambitious plan to convert a large expanse of California farmland into a futuristic city. This covert operation, backed by Silicon Valley elites including Reid Hoffman, Laurene Powell Jobs, and Marc Andreessen, has raised eyebrows and opposition from ranchers and residents in the area.
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In a significant development in the field of medical research, a team of robotic and acoustic engineers from the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems, ETH Zurich, and Institut für Theoretische Physik, Center for Soft Nanoscience, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, have successfully developed a microrobot that can be propelled through narrow tubes using sound waves. This
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Google, the technology giant that has revolutionized the way we search and navigate the internet, finds itself facing its most significant legal challenge to date. In a high-stakes courtroom showdown, the US government has accused Google of unlawfully establishing its dominant position in the online search market. With over 100 witnesses and ten weeks of
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