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Xconomy

3 Lessons From NuTonomy & Lyft’s Self-Driving Car Rides in Boston

Robotics Self driving cars
Techvibes

Element AI Joins MIT's Systems That Learn Initiative

Robotics Intelligent machines Funding
Xconomy

Aptiv Plans Driverless Car Tech Hub in Boston After Buying NuTonomy

Self driving cars City life
TreeHugger.com

Life with a Sense home energy monitor, the first month

Smart devices People
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Design
VentureBeat

ProBeat: Windows 10 on ARM is exciting for all PC users, even if Always Connected PCs aren't

Technical.ly

Notation Capital invests in modern labor platform Clora

Funding Employment
CleanTechnica

Lyft nuTonomy Set To Begin In Boston

Self driving cars People
Finextra

HSBC joins MIT industrial liaison programme

Technology Payments
$3,300,000 Seed fund
TechCrunch , Xconomy

Spark Capital leads $3.3m round into Boston-based, on-demand life sciences marketplace Clora

Robotics Apps & Services People Funding
ZDNet

Raspberry Pi clone Libre Renegade: $35 gets you Android, USB 3.0 and 4K video

Hardware Portable
Quartz

MIT researchers are making computers out of live bacteria

Robotics Science Materials
3D Printing Industry

3D printing news Sliced, Arcam, Robo 3D, Ultimaker, Formlabs and UnionTech

Robotics Materials
Xconomy

Lexumo, an Internet of Things Security Startup, Calls It Quits

Employment Funding
TechCrunch

Lyft’s self-driving pilot with nuTonomy begins rolling out in Boston

Robotics Self driving cars Taxis
ZDNet

Raspberry Pi, Linux on ARM users: Now you get a new browser option with Vivaldi

Websites Hardware
ZDNet

Microsoft debuts Windows 10 on ARM

Portable
VentureBeat

Drift launches third-party platform for sales and marketing bots

Apps & Services
ZDNet

Raspberry Pi: Hands on with Raspbian Stretch plus Debian Stretch Pi desktop for PC and Mac

Productivity Hardware
Bloomberg Business

Odd Lots: An MIT Professor Explains His Original Theory for How Markets Really Work