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Apple self-driving vehicle testing plan reveals details about its autonomous technology

Through a public records request, Business Insider was able to obtain training documents detailing Apple's plans to test self-driving vehicle technology. The company's come up with a special training program which teaches them how to regain manual control of an autonomous vehicle. Apple is using three Lexus RX450h SUVs for testing.

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Mets' Cespedes limps off with hamstring cramp

He had been playing through the pain before telling doctors about it. Flores is hitting only.171/.194/.343 this year. Duda left Wednesday night's game with a hyperextended elbow. New York Mets leftfielder Yoenis Cespedes will undergo an MRI on his left hamstring that was injured during Thursday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies .

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Call of Duty: WWII release date, gameplay details and screenshots leaked

The latter seems more likely considering that the game is slated to release later this year. Furthermore, some details on what to expect in terms of single-player and multiplayer modes have also been made public. It will feature "bold, lifelike visuals", apparently. In a February earnings release, Activision claimed this year's CoD would "take Call of Duty back to its roots".

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NASA providing 1st live 360-degree view of rocket launch

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet and Peggy Whitson of NASA will operate the space station's robotic arm to grab the Cygnus and bring it in to berth at the lab at 6:05 am (1005 GMT) on Saturday, NASA said . The cargo launch had been planned for last month, but ULA, a partnership of Lockheed Martin and Boeing, delayed the mission due to an issue with the Atlas rocket's hydraulic system.

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Samsung launches Galaxy S8 and dreams of recovery from Note 7

The bad news here is that there's a chance users will end up accidentally trying to unlock their Galaxy S8 via the lens since the two are so close together. Literally. Using the camera on the Galaxy S8 or S8+, Bixby Vision allows the phones to "look" at their surroundings and offer useful information to users.

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Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

While the world is 10 times closer to its star than Earth is to the sun, it gets only about half as much sunlight. The researchers add Earth is unique in the cosmological scheme of things and it will be really hard to find a twin in the universe and this may be the reason we have never made contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence.