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Argos slashes prices by 70% in January sale – here are the best offers

[ad_1] There are plenty of bargains to be found at Argos this January. The store has launched a 70% off sale on hundreds of items. Toys, homeware and technology are among the products that have been reduced in price. Here’s everything you need to know about the enticing production. In …

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JD, China’s E-Commerce Giant, Says 50% of Deliveries Will Be Made by Drone

[ad_1] While the U.S. and Europe inch closer to drone delivery, China is racing ahead.  China’s leading e-commerce company, JD, has launched an agressive trial that the company says will lead to 50% of its packages being delivered by drone. Xinhua.net reports that New Year’s gifts are being delivered by …

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JD, China’s E-Commerce Giant, Making Deliveries to Remote Areas by Drone

[ad_1] While the U.S. and Europe inch closer to drone delivery, China is racing ahead.  China’s leading e-commerce company, JD, has launched an agressive trial in remote areas of China. Xinhua.net reports that New Year’s gifts are being delivered by drone to rural areas ahead of China’s Spring Festival.  “Though …

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Mike Cattermole on the rise of Jonjo O’Neill Junior – Horse Racing

[ad_1] JONJO JNR A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK Big Time Dancer’s fluent win in the Lanzarote at Kempton on Saturday was a notable one for Jennie Candlish, the talented Staffordshire trainer, but it was a huge breakthrough for his young conditional jockey partner. Of course being Jonjo O’Neill junior …

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Talking Horses: Racecourses vow to ban drones giving punters an edge | Sport

[ad_1] A report in this morning’s Daily Mail suggests that British racecourses want to ban the use of drones around tracks while racing is taking place, not because of fears for the safety of runners and riders but rather due to concerns that punters on Betfair are using real-time pictures …

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BMW VP Says Motorcycling Must Be More Accessible

[ad_1] BMW’s innovative riderless R1200GS R&D project made headlines this past week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the world’s largest technology gathering welcoming some 200,000 visitors to gawk at the latest from Amazon, Google, Samsung, Sony, and other industry giants not to mention every imaginable start-up. …

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In the Era of Electronic Warfare, Bring Back Pigeons

[ad_1] On April 16, 1919, the troop transport Ohioan docked at Hoboken, New Jersey. Among the various disembarking members of the American Expeditionary Forces was a small detachment of 21 men of the U.S. Army Signal Corp’s Pigeon Service Company No. 1. Pier-side newspaper reporters flocked around the officer in …

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Global Racing Drones Market, Growth and Forecast up, 2018-2026 by Coherent Market Insights

[ad_1] First Person View (FPV) racing which is also called drone racing, consists of custom-built quadcopters with front faced camera mounted or inbuilt into them with high-speed electric motor for racing purposes. Furthermore, the pilot controls the drone with a remote control while portraying the vision of camera mounted on …

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The Cup’s Pro-Sailing Spinoff Takes Off

[ad_1] Sustainability is the buzzword today, so Russell Coutts and Larry Ellison are to be commended. They could have easily discarded millions of dollars in technology and hardware from the past two America’s Cups, along with most of the America’s Cup-class monohulls built over the past 20 years. Instead, with …

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Reviewing Workhorse Group (WKHS) and Ferrari (RACE)

[ad_1] Workhorse Group (NASDAQ:WKHS) and Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) are both auto/tires/trucks companies, but which is the superior business? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their analyst recommendations, profitability, dividends, risk, valuation, earnings and institutional ownership. Analyst Ratings This is a breakdown of current recommendations and price …

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Drones flown over British tracks to stream live races and ‘give punters unfair edge’

[ad_1] Racing out to ban drones over fears they ‘give punters unfair edge’ Racecourses are pressing for action against drones being flown over tracks  They claim they’re being used to give punters an unfair advantage  Officials say drone images are being bought by gamblers who bet during races Crucially, images …

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