Category: Light

Voyage gets the green light to bring robotaxi service to California’s public roads
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Voyage gets the green light to bring robotaxi service to California’s public roads

Voyage has cleared a regulatory hurdle that will allow the company to expand its self-driving service from the private roads of a retirement community in San Jose, Calif. to public roads throughout the rest of the state. The California Public Utilities Commission issued a permit Monday that gives Voyage permission to transport passengers in its…

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Dying Light Shows Soulless Game Companies How to Treat Players
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Dying Light Shows Soulless Game Companies How to Treat Players

Dying Light is celebrating its 5th anniversary. Over the next four weeks, there will be at least four special events, not to mention a cosmetics bundle. Hopefully, other game companies will take notice. In an industry that sometimes feels dominated by soulless companies, it’s always a treat to stumble upon that rare publisher that actually…

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Away CEO is stepping down in light of reports of toxic culture
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Away CEO is stepping down in light of reports of toxic culture

Away CEO Steph Korey is stepping down following The Verge’s report of toxic culture at the luggage startup. Taking her spot is Stuart Haselden, COO at Lululemon, The Wall Street Journal reports. Haselden’s last day at Lululemon will be Jan. 10, 2020. Korey will remain on board as executive chairman. Following The Verge’s story, which…

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Swarm gets green light from FCC for its 150-satellite constellation
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Swarm gets green light from FCC for its 150-satellite constellation

Swarm Technologies aims to connect smart devices around the world with a low-bandwidth but ever-present network provided by satellites — and it just got approval from the FCC to do so. Apparently the agency is no longer worried that Swarm’s sandwich-sized satellites are too small to be tracked. The company’s SpaceBEE satellites are tiny things…

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