Welcome to WTF, the new weekly tech news web series from SnapMunk. Join Eric & Devin as they take you through this week’s biggest stories.
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As traffic continues to worsen across the globe, many municipalities are turning to high occupancy vehicle and high occupancy toll lanes to help reduce congestion on the roads. The concept is fairly simple; in both cases, cars are required to have two or three occupants to use the “express” lane.
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Well this might change everything forever (leave it to an eccentric engineer worth $11.7 billion to make that sort of thing happen). According to an announcement made yesterday, October 19th 2016, every single Tesla built will now have all the necessary hardware to make them entirely self-driving cars. Not just
For the second time, with help of Chapel Hill venture firm True Brudge Capital Partners, Forbes has released their annual list of Next Billion-Dollar Startups. On this year’s list are 25 US startups that have raised a notable amount of money, have passed the puberty test with varying degrees of
In today’s digital world going paperless is one of the hottest trends around. Unfortunately for many, paper still exists and some stuff still gets produced in hard copy—for a while, especially in certain industries, there won’t be any getting around it. If you need to make the transition from hard to soft,