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UPS is digging up vans in Dublin to test more sustainable (and smaller) alternatives

Credit: Unsplash (edited) This article was originally published by Sarah Wray on Cities today, the leading news platform for urban mobility and innovation that reaches an international audience of city guides. For the latest updates, see Cities Today Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtubeor sign up for Cities Today News. Dublin is testing mini-distribution centers in the city, as well …

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Europe’s most popular EV is not a Tesla, Nissan or VW … what?

Photo credit: phots.icons8.com – Edited When scanning via the media of electric vehicles, certain brand names are more important than others. Tesla is obviously mentioned frequently. Nissan, which has been in the EV game for 10 years, was also in the press this week after launching its 300-mile range ‘Ariya’. And Ford’s upcoming deals on electric vehicles are very exciting. …

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AP journalists will now only use Sony cameras

AP photo and video journalists will in future only take photos with Sony equipment. The news comes after the agency announced yesterday a partnership that would turn the Japanese giant into a camera provider for its reporters. As part of the transition, according to PetaPixel, most AP photojournalists will be equipped with Sony A9 II devices, with only a few …

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Garmin down: How to keep your activity on Strava | Wearable technology

GA reported ransomware attack took armin Connect and Express offline, preventing runners, cyclists, hikers, and others from synchronizing their activity with Strava. But don’t worry – there is a manual way to upload your activity to Strava while Garmin is unreachable. Here’s how: What you need: Your Garmin watch or bike computer. The included USB charging cable. A computer with …

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TikTok: According to reports, US investors want to buy a Chinese-owned app to avert the Trump ban on Tick Tack

Tech investors are reportedly trying to acquire a majority stake in Chinese social media phenomenon TikTok to address White House security concerns about the video sharing app. According to two reports, investors led by venture capital firms General Atlantic and Sequoia Capital are in talks with U.S. regulators about an option to acquire the company. In the past few days, …

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