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BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Strategy Analytics Autonomous Vehicles Service (AVS)” report, “Operating Systems for Autonomous Driving: Automakers Transitioning to Software Companies”, tracks automakers, suppliers, platform enablers and start-up companies who are working towards the adoption of complicated operating system platforms required for high levels of automated driving. The report outlines the different types of operating systems, middleware …

On Wednesday Varick Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in New Haven was one of two community COVID vaccination sites in the city. They’re now up to 12 pop-ups in the ongoing effort to increase vaccine equity. “It should be here,” said Rev. Anthony Hargett of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in New Haven. He came to Varick …

  5:13 PM / February 19, 2021 Texas governor says about 165,000 households don’t have power Texas Governor Greg Abbott said about 165,000 households across the state don’t have electricity because of downed power lines or because residences need to be manually reconnected to the power system. “There are no longer any residential power outages …

Marc-Andre Fleury, the most impactful player in the short history of the Vegas Golden Knights, this weekend will start the highest-profile regular-season game they have played. “He deserves to be starting this game,” Vegas coach Peter DeBoer said. Fleury will lead the Golden Knights onto the ice for the Bridgestone NHL Outdoors Saturday against the …

While making headway in their foray into the traditional drug-making western societies with biosimilars, Korean names still cannot break into neighboring China, the world’s second largest drug market prioritizing domestic players. According to industry sources, some 200 Chinese companies are involved in the development of biosimilars. More than 20 companies are committed to a biosimilar …

A teenager accused of breaking into the home of 22-year-old Townsville crash victim Jennifer Board after she was killed has beaten the windows of a courtroom dock and yelled abuse during his bail hearing. Key points: One of the two teens accused of the burglary was denied bail He said he had “no idea” he …

by Joe Panettieri • Feb 4, 2021 Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the technology industry continues to lean heavily on virtual conferences rather than face-to-face events. Indeed, Big Top gatherings like Microsoft Ignite 2021, ServiceNow Knowledge 2021 and VMware VMworld 2021 (just to name a few) will remain “online only” this year. But in some …

There’s a lot of choice about which type of face covering to wear – and in some countries the advice about which one to wear is changing, as we learn more about how the virus spreads. Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious diseases expert, recently advocated wearing two masks. But does it matter what …

Nine hubs will be established across Victorian hospitals to store the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine as the state government prepares for an expected roll out from late February.  The nine hubs set up across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria will be at the following hospitals:  Western Health, Austin Health, Monash Health, Goulburm Valley Health, Barwon Health, …

The role that race should play in deciding who gets priority for the Covid-19 vaccine in the next phase of the rollout is being put to the test in Oregon as tensions around equity and access to the shots emerge nationwide, reports Gillian Flaccus for the Associated Press. An advisory committee that provides recommendations to …