Jaguar Land Rover Partners with Nvidia on Autonomous Vehicles

Jaguar Land Rover is in collaboration with Nvidia to develop vehicles that can drive themselves, park autonomously, and provide drivers with more information and software-powered features.  These driving technologies will be deployed in all Jaguar and Land Rover models in 2025, positioning Jaguar Land Rover to better compete with Tesla.


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Amazon Tries On Brick-and-Mortar Clothing

Amazon is opening its first physical apparel store called Amazon Style in Los Angeles, in the latter part of 2022.

The store will have QR-coded clothes racks for customers to see item details, select items to send to a fitting room, and alert customers when a fitting room is ready.  The fitting rooms have touchscreens for customers to request more items.

Customers can make purchases in store, buy at a later date, or find items remotely to deliver to the store to […]

Will Lab-Grown Cat Treats Change the World?

Because, Animals is a startup company debuting its new lab-grown mouse meat. The founders hope their product will usher in a new way of thinking about pet food.

The company already sells plant-based dog and cat treats.

The idea for Because, Animals’ newest product is to harvest cells from an anesthetized mouse and then feed and grow the cells in a bioreactor.  The end product is 100 percent meat, with no mice killed in the process, that can be used for its […]

Samsung Plans to Manufacture Semiconductors in the US

Samsung is investing $13 billion in a chip-making factory in the US, which would employ 1,900 people by October 2022.

Three location alternatives are being considered: Texas, Arizona, and New York.

Samsung will be competing with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. for the top leadership position in the $400 billion chip-making industry in the US.


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