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Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

‘Make him famous in a different way': In this popular mobile game, you kill a journalist
"Take your sniper, aim and start shooting your enemies," the game description reads.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

‘MissionRacer': How Amazon turned the tedium of warehouse work into a game
Amazon's experiment is part of a broader industry push to gamify low-skill work, particularly as historically low unemployment has driven up wages and attrition.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

How anti-vaccine messaging continues to spread online
Misinformation surrounding the safety of vaccines is not new, but social media helps it spread more widely than ever, which can lead to dangerous consequences.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

Huawei supply ban roils stocks as U.S. companies begin to cut off China tech giant
The Chinese tech giant won't receive future access to popular apps like Gmail, YouTube and Chrome.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

Rift emerges between federal agencies reviewing the Sprint and T-Mobile merger
A merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation's third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers, entered uncertain legal territory this week, after the two federal agencies reviewing the $26 billion deal appeared to split in their thinking about the transaction.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

The Technology 202: Democrats criticize FCC's green light on Sprint and T-Mobile merger
Another sign antitrust issues are trending on the campaign trail.

Washington Post Tech
May 21, 2019

The Technology 202: Sen. Josh Hawley has a new bill to let consumers opt out of pervasive tracking
He's bringing the "Do Not Track" idea back again.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Tim Cook: ‘My generation has failed' on climate change
Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered a commencement speech at Tulane University May 18, and said his generation failed on climate change.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

SpaceX is suing the government once again, but the reason is a secret
In a motion filed with the Court of Federal Claims Friday, the company said the privacy was necessary because the suit contains "confidential and proprietary information and source selection information not appropriate for release to the public."

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Tesla Model 3 Autopilot was active before deadly collision, federal investigators say
The collision was at least the third fatal crash in the U.S. involving Tesla's driver-assistance system.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

The Technology 202: Silicon Valley pans White House bias tool as a gimmick
Privacy advocates have more serious concerns.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Rock this way: AirPods, Beats and Bose wireless earbuds take the headbang test
The biggest problem with wireless ear buds like AirPods is getting them to stay on your ears. Which can pass our test?

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Police have used celebrity look-alikes, distorted images to boost facial-recognition results, research finds
The research shows how police nationwide are blurring the boundaries of the technology's acceptable use.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

A German startup just completed its first test of a new on-demand air taxi
Lilium, a Munich-based startup, has unveiled an electric five-seat, air taxi prototype that completed its first flight earlier this month. The aircraft is designed to take-off and land vertically.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Facebook shuts down Israel-based disinformation campaigns as election manipulation increasingly goes global
Facebook said it shut down 265 fake accounts run by an Israeli social media company on Thursday for engaging in "coordinated inauthentic behavior" as it sought to affect politics in African, Latin Ame...

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Forget the All-Stars, here's what the Overwatch League's 2019 dream team looks like
As the OWL preps for its second All-Star Game Thursday, three league analysts weigh in on what their best-possible rosters would look like, plus their favorites and disappointments from the first half of the season.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Trump's Huawei sanctions underscore U.S. dependency on China tech
We are about to find out just how heavily U.S. tech firms depend on this banned Chinese manufacturer.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Uber rang in its IPO with champagne and mimosas. Then the hangover began.
Uber's IPO celebrations were boozed-filled benders that and occasionally got out of control, hearkening back to the company's culture under ousted CEO Travis Kalanick.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

Watch our headbanging earbuds test: Sammy Hagar vs. AirPods, Powerbeats Pro, Bose SoundSport Free
Geoffrey Fowler gets help from rocker Sammy Hagar to test how well the wireless Apple AirPods, Powerbeats Pro and Bose SoundSport Free fit and stay in our ears.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

The Technology 202: A researcher is still surfacing videos of the Christchurch attacks on Facebook and Instagram two months later
Facebook removed the videos when notified.

Washington Post Tech
May 18, 2019

White House campaign to collect data on social media bias raises free speech, privacy alarms, experts say
A new White House campaign to collect stories about alleged instances of political bias on social media has drawn wide-ranging objections from free-speech advocates, privacy hawks and open-government experts.

Washington Post Tech
May 16, 2019

White House escalates war against Facebook, Google and Twitter with a campaign asking users to share stories of censorship
The White House on Wednesday embarked on an unprecedented effort to collect names, contact information and other details about Americans who say that Facebook, Google and Twitter censor their political posts online, marking a controversial escalation of President Trump's long-running allegations that tech giants are biased against conservatives.

Washington Post Tech
May 16, 2019

Elon Musk's SpaceX is striving to win the race to build the Internet in space
SpaceX faces competition in its quest to encircle the globe with satellites to beam WiFi from OneWeb and even Jeff Bezos' Amazon

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

Apple's Supreme Court loss sends antitrust shock waves through Silicon Valley
Apple's loss in a high-stakes Supreme Court case on Monday could expose Silicon Valley to heightened antitrust oversight, threatening a slew of new lawsuits and other legal salvos that challenge the tech industry.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

One solution for keeping traffic stops from turning violent: A robot that separates police officers from drivers.
A California researcher has created a robot that allows police officers to conduct traffic stops without leaving the relative safety of their vehicle.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

San Francisco becomes first city in U.S. to ban facial-recognition software
The ban dealt a swift symbolic blow to a key technology rapidly being deployed by law-enforcement agencies nationwide.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

The FCC wants to make it easier for AT&T, Verizon and other carriers to block robocalls by default
The move comes a month after robocallers dialed Americans nearly 5 billion times, according to one industry estimate.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

Worried about the WhatsApp hack? Here's how to update your app.
Update your WhatsApp if you haven't already.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

White House declines to back Christchurch call to stamp out online extremism amid free speech concerns
The White House will not sign an international agreement to combat online extremism brokered between French and New Zealand officials and top social media companies, amid U.S. concerns that the pact clashes with constitutional protections for free speech.

Washington Post Tech
May 15, 2019

WhatsApp patches security flaw that allows attackers to deliver malware through calls
The messaging app is encouraging iPhone and Android users to update their software to protect themselves.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Trump wants an additional $1.6 billion for NASA's audacious moon mission
The White House will ask Congress for the additional funding for NASA's budget next year as the space agency attempts to return humans to the moon within five years.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Supreme Court allows App Store antitrust suit against Apple to proceed
The Supreme Court on May 13 gave the go-ahead for a lawsuit by consumers that accused Apple of monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and forcing consumers to overpay, rejecting the company's bid to escape claims that its practices violate federal antitrust law.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Apple's Supreme Court loss sends antitrust shockwaves through Silicon Valley
Apple's loss in a high-stakes Supreme Court case on Monday could expose Silicon Valley to heightened antitrust oversight, threatening a slew of new lawsuits and other legal salvos that challenge the tech industry.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

First look: Lenovo's new ThinkPad laptop with a foldable screen is a sign of things to come
The flexible screen on Lenovo's new ThinkPad laptop is a sign of the foldable future. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler takes a first look.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

First Look: Now laptop screens fold, too, with this ThinkPad from Lenovo
A new design direction for laptops promises to make them easier to carry.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Facebook sues South Korean analytics company to send ‘message' about privacy to app developers
In bringing the case, Facebook sought to stress its willingness to take legal action against businesses that break its rules.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Food delivery, freight and logistics: How Uber aims to move things around the world
Uber has laid out a strategy to dominate the transportation and logistics market ahead of its hotly anticipated stock market listing. But can it solve the problem of food that is delivered cold?

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Facebook's co-founder: ‘It's time to break up Facebook'
Chris Hughes, a co-founder of Facebook, called for the breakup of the social media network as well as more competition and regulation in the industry.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

‘We're not robots': Uber and Lyft drivers protest in San Francisco
Drivers striking at Uber headquarters May 8 called for better wages and working conditions. Workers staged demonstrations in cities nationwide.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Binance says hackers stole $40 million worth of bitcoin in one transaction
Binance said no user funds will be affected, and that it will use an emergency insurance fund to cover the losses in full.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Burger King's latest plan to reach customers: Whoppers delivered right to your car.
Now Burger King has unveiled a direct to driver delivery concept the company has labeled "The Traffic Jam Whopper." The initiative, which is being rolled out in Mexico City, allows drivers to order food directly to their car, where it is delivered via motorcycle.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Consumer groups accuse Amazon of illegally collecting data on children
The groups allege Echo Dot Kids Edition collects voice recordings of users under 13. identifying information on users under 13 and that the system's parental controls are flawed

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Supreme Court rules against Apple, allowing lawsuit targeting App Store to proceed
The 5-4 decision could spell serious repercussions for one of Apple's most lucrative lines of business, and open the door for similar legal action targeting other tech giants in Silicon Valley.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

New video shows a humanoid robot crossing a balance beam with ease
Researchers from The Institute for Human & Machine Cognition have released a video showing a humanoid walking autonomously across a series of narrow blocks. Researchers are trying to create a bipedal machine that can traverse a variety of terrains with the same ease as humans.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Inside Facebook, the second-class workers who do the hardest job are waging a quiet battle
Roughly a dozen contractors in Austin, who have not previously spoken publicly about their efforts, are behind a campaign to air grievances about unsatisfactory working conditions and inadequate counseling support.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Help Desk: Stop online ‘sextortion,' maximize laptop battery life and protect secret Word docs
Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler answers your questions about making devices last longer and keeping prying eyes at bay.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Trump wants to return to the moon. Jeff Bezos is among those vying to help.
Bezos unveiled a life-size mock-up of the lander his company, Blue Origin, is developing to ferry cargo and supplies to the surface of the moon, and he made an emotional case for humanity to expand out into the cosmos, a cause he has called the most important work he is doing today.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

U.S. blocks Chinese state-owned telecom giant out of security concerns, threatens more scrutiny
U.S. officials on Thursday blocked a Chinese state-owned telecom company from operating here and offering phone services to American customers, while sounding fresh fears that Beijing seeks to snoop on U.S. communications networks.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Uber and Lyft drivers strike for pay transparency — after algorithms made it harder to understand
It is the culmination of years of escalating tensions between the companies and their contract work forces.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Uber drivers strike as IPO looms
Just a day before Uber's planned IPO, some drivers in the United States and Britain planned to strike in protest of what they consider poor pay and conditions.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Uber falls in biggest U.S. market debut since Facebook
Uber's first day of trading on May 10 started with a rare drop as investors question the value the company.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Uber's first day of trading ended deep in the red over gig-economy fears
The ride-hailing giant will price stock at $45 for a valuation of $82 billion.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Video game ‘loot boxes' would be outlawed in many games under forthcoming federal bill
Video games popular among kids would be prohibited from offering "loot boxes," or randomized assortments of digital weapons, clothing and other items that can be purchased for a fee, under new federal legislation previewed by Republican Sen. Josh Hawley.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Video game lobby group names new CEO
Entertainment Software Association promotes Stnaley Pierre-Louis from general counsel.

Washington Post Tech
May 13, 2019

Virgin Galactic is finally moving to New Mexico's Spaceport America for tourist flights to space
After two successful flights through the upper limits of the atmosphere, Virgin Galactic says it is ready to move its operations from Mojave, Calif., where it has built and tested SpaceShipTwo, to New Mexico.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Police are using Amazon's facial recognition technology. Privacy experts are worried.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office in Oregon is using Amazon Rekognition to help track down criminal suspects. Is it a breakthrough in policing or a dangerous precedent against privacy?

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Social media remains key to Venezuela's opposition, despite efforts to block it
The Internet services have become the most critical ways Venezuelans organize protests and communicate with family amid the nation's violent clashes.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Apple says its services business grew as fast as iPhone sales fell
Apple, which touts more than a billion of its devices in use around the world, is trying to steer the attention of Wall Street away from falling iPhone sales.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Amazon's facial-recognition technology is supercharging local police
The artificial-intelligence system has transformed a corner of suburban Oregon into a testing ground for the future of criminal justice.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

‘They're doing it on the backs of patients,' one cancer center warns Congress about robocalls
For a cancer center in Tampa, Florida, robocalls have become a life-and-death danger to doctors and patients alike -- one that demands Congress take action.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Facebook is getting a facelift. Mark Zuckerberg is still debating the rest.
On the eve of Facebook's annual developer conference, F8, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is still wrestling with the most pressing questions facing the company.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Google parent Alphabet's stock tumbles on slow advertising growth
The firm said growth in advertising sales slowed to 15 percent from a year earlier.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

Flawless? Not quite, but ‘Mortal Kombat 11' is great despite brutality of Krypt grind
Despite a less-than-ideal system for getting gear, the latest Mortal Kombat may be its best version ever.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

The London Marathon's method for reducing plastic bottles: Edible seaweed pouches
At the London Marathon, participants received a new kind of refreshment: tiny pouches filled with a sports drink and made from seaweed. The squishy pods gave race organizers a chance to cut down on the flood of plastic waste that accompanies major sporting events.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 30, 2019

We asked the experts what makes a great fighting game. Three clear concepts emerged.
Speed, deep characters and sick finishing moves all stand out for stars of the fighting game community.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey called Rep. Ilhan Omar after Trump's tweet sparked a flood of death threats
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey privately phoned Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar on Tuesday, more than a week after President Trump shared an incendiary video targeting the congresswoman that resulted in her receiving a flood of death threats.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Twitter launches reporting tool to curb misinformation during campaigns
It allows users to flag posts that attempt to mislead users about registering to vote or cast a ballot; identification requirements; and the date and time of an election.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

YouTube recommended a Russian media site thousands of times for analysis of Mueller's report, a watchdog group says
YouTube recommended one video source above all others to viewers seeking information, a watchdog says: RT, the global media operation funded by the Russian government.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Trump met with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey — and complained about his follower count
President Trump met privately on Tuesday with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The meeting comes as the president continues to accuse tech giants of exhibiting bias against conservative users.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

SpaceX failure dims NASA's hope for a quick U.S. return to launching its own astronauts into space
What happened on Saturday during a test of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft is still under investigation. But a series of setbacks already had forced NASA to purchase two more seats on Russian spacecraft to make sure the U.S. has an American astronaut on board the international space station — the orbiting laboratory that has cost American taxpayers about $100 billion.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Tesla lost $700 million in the first quarter with Model 3 problems
Analysts had expected Tesla earnings to fall sharply after a federal tax credit for Tesla vehicles diminished at the beginning of the year.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Huawei reportedly gets the green light to participate in Britain's 5G rollout, a would-be setback for the U.S.
Top British officials have decided to let the Chinese technology giant Huawei help develop an ultra-fast 5G wireless network in the United Kingdom, according to reports, in spite of pressure by U.S. officials to freeze out the company on security grounds.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Leasing a Tesla? You're paying for the company's robotaxis — whether you like it or not
The long-awaited leasing program for the Model 3 comes with a twist: Consumers can't buy the vehicle at the end of the lease.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Millions of refugees need broadband, too
A new U.N. report makes clear that the lack of connectivity among those displaced from their homes, and often their countries, is particularly acute.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

In Australia, hacked Lime scooters spew racism and profanity
Lime scooters have caught fire, broken apart in use, and been recalled after a technical bug caused "sudden excessive braking during use." This week, a small number of scooters in Brisbane, Australia were hacked, causing the devices to say profane things to potential riders.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Facebook violated Canadian privacy laws by sharing data with Cambridge Analytica, an investigation has found
Canadian regulators rebuked the tech giant for failing to undergo periodic privacy audits and said they would take the company to court. This is a developing story. It will be updated.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Facebook sets aside billions of dollars for a potential FTC fine
The potential fine would represent the largest privacy-related civil penalty the FTC has imposed.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

'Mortal Kombat 11' is a fighter's dream come true, and a nightmare for completionists
The 11th entry in the historically important, iconic fighting franchise melds past and present and points toward an uncertain, and potentially exciting, future.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

AT&T's streaming service, DirecTV Now, has lost nearly 20 percent of its subscribers in the last 6 months
Price hikes are driving customers toward the exits, but AT&T is determined to increase profits.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Elon Musk and the SEC resolve dispute over the Tesla CEO's tweets
The SEC had asked a federal judge to hold Musk in contempt over a tweet concerning Tesla's production numbers.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Canada accuses Facebook of breaking privacy laws, promises to take the company to court
Canadian regulators on Thursday found that Facebook committed "serious" breaches of local laws over its mishandling of users' personal information, announcing they would take the company to court to force it to change its privacy practices.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 29, 2019

Code words and fake names: The low-tech ways women protect their privacy on pregnancy apps
More than 100 women who have used period- or pregnancy-tracking apps revealed a host of subtle strategies they use to protect their data and retain control.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg should be "liable" for the company's privacy missteps, top lawmaker says
Federal regulators should hold Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg "individually liable for the company's repeated violations of Americans' privacy," Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden said Tuesday, including imposing penalties that apply directly to the chief executive.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

How Nest, designed to keep intruders out of people's homes, effectively allowed hackers to get in
Tech companies are deciding between user convenience and potential damage to their brands.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Teen sues Apple for $1 billion, blames facial recognition at stores for his arrest
The 18-year-old New Yorker claims he "was forced to respond to multiple false allegations" in several states, causing him severe stress and damaging his reputation.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

They asked artificial intelligence to create a new game. One of its first ideas involved exploding Frisbees.
Speedgate is a sport that was designed with the help of artificial intelligence in Oregon. The machine intelligence initially suggested the sport include exploding frisbees and underwater relays.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Sri Lanka's social media shutdown illustrates global discontent with Silicon Valley
The Sri Lankan government's decision to shutter access to social-media sites after Sunday's deadly bombings may mark a turning point in how countries around the world perceive Silicon Valley -- and their willingness act to stop the spread of falsehoods online.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Samsung's Galaxy Fold won't launch this week after all
The move marks a major setback for what was the most highly anticipated new mobile device in years.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

SpaceX crew capsule suffers failure that sends a cloud of smoke over Florida Space Coast
The setback comes as the company is preparing to fly NASA astronauts for the first time.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

How WhatsApp, FaceTime and other encryption apps shaped the outcome of the Mueller report
Encryption has become available to almost anyone since the Snowden leaks showed the vulnerability of modern communication. That fact was on display as special counsel Robert Mueller explained why he couldn't get to the bottom of some well known Trump-Russia contacts.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to be under close scrutiny in federal privacy probe
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users' personal information have set their sights on the company's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Boston Dynamics' latest video shows a herd of robotic dogs hauling a massive truck with ease
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics has debuted a new promotional video showing its four-legged dog-like robot, SpotMini, pulling a box truck. The video shows off the machine's physical prowess ahead of a potential commercial launch later this year.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Apple said Qualcomm's tech was no good. But in private communications, it was ‘the best.'
Sealed documents, obtained as part of a trial between the two tech giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making process of one of the most secretive and powerful companies on the planet.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 19, 2019

Federal investigation of Facebook could hold Mark Zuckerberg accountable on privacy, sources say
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users' personal information have set their sights on the company's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Boston Dynamics latest video shows a herd of robotic dogs hauling a massive truck with ease
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics has debuted a new promotional video showing its four-legged dog-like robot, SpotMini, pulling a box truck. The video shows off the machine's physical prowess ahead of a potential commercial launch later this year.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

What this week's Apple-Qualcomm-Intel dance means for the future of 5G
Qualcomm is now alone at the top of the 5G chip market.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Firefighters had a secret weapon when Notre Dame caught fire: A robot named ‘Colossus'
French officials say a robot named Colossus played a crucial role in saving the Notre Dame from complete destruction. The robot is part of a new wave of firefighting machines that are being used to keep people out of harms way when fires break out.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Facebook ‘unintentionally uploaded' email contacts of 1.5 million users
Facebook said it may have uploaded email contacts of 1.5 million new users since May 2016, in another privacy-related issue faced by the social media company.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

The FCC says it plans to block China Mobile in the U.S. in another swipe at Chinese telecom firms
The announcement could end the state-owned carrier's 8-year effort to gain access to U.S. customers.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Watch these dog-like robots pull a large truck
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics teased the commercial launch of its four-legged robot SpotMini with a video tethered of 10 of them pulling a truck across the Boston Dynamics car park in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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