Golden Gate Bridge Toll Rises 25 Cents, More Hikes Possible — CBS Sacramento

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Northern California’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge will cost southbound motorists and additional quarter to cross starting July 1. The Marin Independent Journal reported Saturday that the toll hike will mean some drivers will pay as much as $8 to travel from Marin County to San Francisco. The toll hike is the last of…

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AT&T’s Dash-like smart button doesn’t need WiFi

AT&T has launched a new product called LTE-M button, which allows users to place an order online in one click. Yes, it sounds just like Amazon Dash — in fact, it’s powered by Amazon Web Services — but since it’s connected to AT&T’s LTE-M ne… from Engadget RSS Feed via IFTTT

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Amazon’s, ” Just walk out technology”

Amazon’s, ” Just walk out technology.” Now in The bay area too. Amazon Go cashier-free store could be headed to SF’s Union Square.
Amazon opened its first convenience store in Seattle, billing it as the first cashier-less shop in the world. Not only aren’t their cashiers, there aren’t even checkout counters no checkout lines.
But what if we don’t want that stuff or kids put stuff in the bag without telling us.
What about the return policy.


Robot helper for house work

According to SpotMini it is a new smaller version of the Spot robot, weighing 55 lbs. SpotMini is all-electric (no hydraulics) and runs for about 90 minutes on a charge, depending on what it is doing.

SpotMini is one of the quietest robots we have ever built. It has a variety of sensors, and cameras. Spotmini uses a human for high-level guidance.  It can be helpful getting household work done.:) the latest video at

11 Harsh Truths about Success

Cristian Mihai

There are two main reasons why this photograph of Jeff Bezos is interesting.

First of all, today’s richest man is working from headquarters located on the same street as a pawn shop, a heroin-needle exchange, and a “porno parlor.” His office, the badly stained carpet, the desk, made out of a door propped up on two-by-fours, all give the impression of the kind of hopelessness that people often encounter whenever they start something new.

The second thing about this photograph is even more intriguing: When this picture was taken, back in 1999, Jeff Bezos was already worth around 9 billion dollars. Yet he worked from that office, drove around in a Honda, and had a terrible sense of fashion.

Success is not easy. Overnight success is so statistically improbable that we might as well think it doesn’t even exist.

The struggle is real. Just imagine in what kind of conditions…

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Back when I was in school at University of Wolverhampton, I always wanted to travel around Europe to see other countries but I never got the chance so imagine my excitement when I got the invitation to attend the EMEA child safety summit in Dublin. I was finally fulfilling one of my dreams ☺ . […]