News Headlines - 26 March 2019

Trump rips 'Mainstream Media': 'They truly are the Enemy of the People' | TheHill

President Trump took aim at the "Mainstream Media" in an early morning tweet on Tuesday following a summary of the special counsel's investigation that showed there was not enough evidence to conclude the president's campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 election... "The Mainstream Media is under fire and being scorned all over the World as being corrupt and FAKE. For two years they pushed the Russian Collusion Delusion when they always knew there was No Collusion," he tweeted. "They truly are the Enemy of the People and the Real Opposition Party!"

Apple's iPhones infringe Qualcomm patent and should be banned, ITC judge says - CNET

The International Trade Commission on Tuesday handed down two rulings in Apple and Qualcomm's battle over patents. One found in favor of Qualcomm while the other sided with Apple.
In one case, a judge said Apple's iPhones have infringed a Qualcomm patent and should be banned from sale. But a full commission review in a second, separate case said Apple didn't infringe Qualcomm patents and dismissed that suit. It also said it found that Qualcomm's patents aren't valid.

Muji launches an autonomous bus to take you around Helsinki | T3

Japanese lifestyle brand Muji and Finnish autonomous driving company Sensible 4 have teamed up to launch Gacha, the world's first autonomous driving bus designed for all weather conditions.
As you'd expect, Sensible 4 provided all of the technology for the shuttle, while Muji provided the vehicle’s design and user experience... When not in use, the self-driving system traces a digital map, but when you want to go somewhere, you can summon Gacha using an app, then wait for it to arrive.

Manneken Pis no longer peeing water down the drain | The Guardian

For four centuries the celebrated Manneken Pis - the “peeing boy” in the local Dutch dialect - has embodied the laissez-faire culture of the Belgians.
But, to the surprise of officials in the city of Brussels, it has emerged that the bronze statue had been weeing fresh clean drinking water - 1,000 to 2,500 litres of it a day, sufficient for the use of 10 households - directly into the city’s sewers.

METI tells convenience store operators to come up with plans to cope with Japan's labor crunch | The Japan Times

Operators of Japan’s major convenience store chains need to formulate plans to address the severe labor shortage that is creating growing discontent among their struggling franchisees, the industry minister said Tuesday.







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