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  • Toyota’s robot butler prototype hangs from the ceiling like a bat
  • Amazon’s palm reading starts at the grocery store, but it could be so much bigger
  • Meet Curly, the Curling Robot That Beats the Pros
  • South Korea plans to launch 6G trials in 2026
  • The Boss Says It’s OK to Take a Break From Zoom. Why Are You Still on Video Calls?”…Employers are trying ‘quiet days’ to dial back the time remote workers spend on meetings; ‘Focused Wednesday Afternoons’…” (WSJ)
  • Amazon’s Alexa Boss on What Users Are Asking During Covid-19 (WSJ)
    • WSJ: As people stay home, which consumer habits evolved the fastest?
    • Ms. Reid: Meditation skills! We’ve seen an increase in things around cooking and recipes. You’re seeing people use reminders and timers to help them with home schooling.
  • Tesla delivers 139,300 vehicles in Q3, beating expectations
  • What Robots Can Do for Retail
  • New Brain-Computer Interface Transforms Thoughts to Images
  • Ford announces $1.8 billion investment to produce ‘fully battery electric vehicles’ in Canada
  • 35 Thoughts About Mario on Super Mario’s 35th Anniversary
  • Palantir Shares Go Up in Wall Street Debut
  • Astronauts to Vote in Space