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Bmw and Jaguar Land Rover team up on next-generation electric drive tech
Bmw Group and Jaguar Land Rover  have agreed to partner on the development of future electric vehicles, the latest in a string of collaborations between automakers to bring advanced, and often expensive technology, to the mass market. The two automakers confirmed the collaboration Wednesday, which they said is central to the industry’s transition from traditional internal combustion-powered cars and trucks to vehicles that are autonomous, connected, electric and can be shared. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Amazon says it has deployed more than 200,000 robotic drives globally
Amazon  is serious about robotics. For most other companies, the technology may still feel like some distant novelty, but the e-commerce giant has already begun to deploy robotics systems en masse. Robotics VP Brad Porter noted onstage today at the re:MARS conference in Las Vegas that the company has deployed 200,000 robotics drives globally. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

China’s Alibaba to invest $100 million in Russian e-commerce JV
China’s Alibaba and Russia’s RDIF sovereign wealth fund will each invest $100 million in a Russian joint venture, RDIF said in a statement on Wednesday. RDIF also has an option to buy a further $194 million worth of shares in the joint venture from Alibaba, it said after definitive documents for the joint venture were signed in Moscow. (Fonte: Reuters)


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