Google's 'Moonshot' division is working with an Australian company to deliver burritos by drone

0SHARESShare Guzman y Gomez founder Steven Marks. Steven Marks/Supplied SYDNEY — Mexican fast food chain Guzman y Gomez (GYG) has teamed up with Alphabet’s drone team “Project Wing”  to explore new ways to deliver its food. Project Wing falls under Division X of Google’s holding company dedicated to so-called “moonshot” projects. It approached the Australian restaurant chain to become its first ...

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San Juan Mayor: It May Be Easy To Disregard Puerto Rico Because We’re A U.S. Colony

0SHARESShare SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico ― A month after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, many of the 3.4 million citizens on the island are desperate for aid as they struggle daily to find basic necessities like food, drinking water, medicine and consistent forms of communication.  The island’s capital, San Juan, has fared better than the other 77 municipalities.  But just outside ...

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North Korea Says Nuclear War ‘May Break Out Any Moment’

0SHARESShare North Korea warned a United Nations committee on Monday that a nuclear conflict “may break out any moment,” continuing a bombastic war of words between the East Asian country and the United States that has only increased in recent months. Kim In Ryong, North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the U.N., told the General Assembly’s disarmament committee that his country was ...

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LeBron's future with Cavs may hinge on success this season

0SHARESShare (Reuters) – LeBron James enters the 2017-18 season with a deeper Cleveland Cavaliers team than the one that lost in last year’s NBA Finals and anything less than a championship in June could mark the end of his second tenure with the team. James can opt out of the final year of his current contract and become an unrestricted ...

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NBA: All eyes on hardwood for possible anthem protests

0SHARESShare (Reuters) – The start of a new NBA season always commands attention, given a thirst for gravity-defying dunks and sweet shooters, but this year many may tune in simply to see if players will defy rules and kneel during the national anthem. The gesture has become common across the National Football League and is intended to call attention to ...

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Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino fired amid corruption probe

(Reuters) – The University of Louisville fired Hall of Fame basketball coach Rick Pitino on Monday amid a national investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of allegations of corruption in college basketball. Louisville’s athletic association voted unanimously to dismiss Pitino, one of the most successful college basketball coaches in history, several weeks after the FBI alleged money from apparel ...

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NFL to tackle protests as Trump decries 'disrespectful' players

(Reuters) – The National Football League will tackle criticism from President Donald Trump over players who protest racial discrimination by kneeling during the U.S. national anthem when league officials gather with team owners in New York for their autumn meeting this week. Trump has continued to rail at the symbolic kneeling, which has only become more widespread since his first ...

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Tiger cleared by doctors to return to golf: ESPN

(Reuters) – Tiger Woods has been cleared to resume full golf activity with no restrictions by the doctor that performed back surgery on the 14-time major champion in April, ESPN reported on Monday. The 41-year-old American has only played six competitive rounds in the past two years while trying to recover from multiple back surgeries. “He got a nice report ...

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National Hockey League roundup

0SHARESShare (The Sports Xchange) – Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson will make his season debut in Tuesday’s home game versus the Vancouver Canucks, the team announced Monday. Karlsson missed the Senators’ first five games of the campaign after undergoing offseason surgery to fix tendons in his left foot. Ottawa has played well in the absence of the two-time Norris Trophy ...

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National Football League roundup

0SHARESShare (The Sports Xchange) – Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy told reporters on Monday that Aaron Rodgers will have surgery on his broken right collarbone “in the near future.” While the rest of Rodgers’ season is in doubt, McCarthy was adamant with reporters that the team wasn’t interested in bringing in another quarterback. “I’ve got three years invested in ...

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