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A Cruise self-driving car got a traffic ticket – GM says it did nothing wrong

A car from GM’s self-driving car unit, Cruise, received a traffic ticket last week from a San Francisco police officer who said that a Cruise car drove uncomfortably close to a pedestrian. Cruise disputes the officer’s accusation, saying that the vehicle stayed more than 10 feet away from the pedestrian. Read more at Pioneering Minds

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Industry’s First USB4 Silicon Success

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Ultra Portable IO On The Go

Sponsored by Maxim Integrated

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Medical Device Security

Sponsored by Siemens Digital Industries Software

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