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google spikes free-article requirements on publishers

Google is ending a decade-old policy that required publishers to provide some free stories to Google users —though it’s not clear how many readers will even notice, at least for the moment. Publishers had been required to provide at least three free stories a day under the search engine’s previous policy, called “first click free.” Now they have the power to choose how many free articles they want to offer readers via Google before charging a fee, Richard Gingras, vice president of news at Google Inc., wrote Monday in a company blog post . The goal is to help publishers build up digital subscriptions, an imperative for many media outlets that pay large sums for news production but are starved for advertising revenue. Google’s previous approach had let readers skirt paywall policies by…

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gm to offer 2 more electric vehicles in next 18 months

Even though gasoline-powered SUVs are what people are buying now, General Motors is betting that electric vehicles will be all the rage in the not-too-distant future. The Detroit automaker is promising two new EVs loosely based on the Chevrolet Bolt in the next 1 ½ years and more than 20 electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by 2023. The company sees its entire model lineup running on electricity in the future, whether the source is a big battery or a tank full of hydrogen. “We are far along in our plan to lead the way into that future world,” product development chief Mark Reuss said Monday at a news conference at the GM technical center north of Detroit. The event was billed as a “sneak peek” into GM’s electric future. The company…

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in hurricanes’ aftermath, technology eases return to school

Smartphone exchanges, social media, messaging apps and websites rendered students and their teachers at once disconnected and connected in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Now, as the hardest-hit schools reopen, advocates of technology that has been growing ever more present in American classrooms say it will only become more important in aiding students scattered by the storms. This recovery, administrators say, has potential to demonstrate how much instruction can carry on outside school walls amid future natural disasters and other disruptions. “Oh, it was wonderful,” said Gay Foust, who said emailed and texted materials from Houston teacher Kristen McClintock helped Foust’s daughter, who has autism, cope with the disruption of having to stay at a friend’s home when their house flooded during Harvey. “We’re not in Miss McClintock’s classroom, we’re…

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senate bill to clear obstacles to self-driving cars advances

Legislation that could help usher in a new era of self-driving cars advanced in Congress on Wednesday after the bill’s sponsors agreed to compromises to address some concerns of safety advocates. The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee approved the bill by a voice vote, a sign of broad, bipartisan support. It would allow automakers to apply for exemptions to current federal auto safety standards in order to sell up to 15,000 self-driving cars and light trucks per manufacturer in the first year after passage. Up to 40,000 per manufacturer could be sold in the second year, and 80,000 each year thereafter. Action by the full Senate is still needed and differences with a similar bill passed by the House would have to be worked out before the measure could become law. The…

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dubai dreams of flying taxis darting among its skyscrapers

With a whirling buzz from 18 rotors, the pilotless helicopter gently lifted off the ground and soared up into the afternoon sky, the spire of the world’s tallest building visible behind it. The recent unmanned flight by the German-made electric Volocopter represents the latest step in Dubai’s pursuit of flying taxis, which would not seem out of place among the Gulf city’s already futuristic skyline — imagine “Blade Runner,” with less rain. Dubai already has invested in another model of a flying, autonomous taxi, and is working to design regulations for their use. Putting more passengers in the air could free its already clogged highways and burnish the city’s cutting-edge image of itself. “It’s public transportation for everybody, so you can use, you can order it, you can pay for the trip and…

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top 10 tv shows

THE CLEVELAND SHOW KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS, SEASON 14 THE RICKCHURIAN MORTYDATE RICK AND MORTY, SEASON 3 (UNCENSORED) BREAK DOWN THE HOUSE GREY’S ANATOMY, SEASON 14 GET OFF ON THE PAIN GREY’S ANATOMY, SEASON 14 11 YEARS LATER WILL & GRACE (‘17), SEASON 1 THE SHAHS TAKE MANHATTAN SHAHS OF SUNSET, SEASON 6 THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND FEAR THE WALKING DEAD, SEASON 3 A FATHER’S ADVICE THIS IS US, SEASON 2 PARTY CRASHERS NCIS: LOS ANGELES, SEASON 9 BEHOLD...THE INHUMANS MARVEL’S INHUMANS, SEASON 1…