FedEx tests delivery bots, Facebook to offer 'clear history' tool
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FedEx is testing out a fleet of delivery robots that can operate on sidewalks and roadsides.
Designed for retailers who make same-day deliveries, the robots can detect obstacles and manuever around pedestrians.
To start, FedEx has also tapped Pizza Hut, Target, and Walmart for testing.
Samsung's fastest phone memory ever has gone into production.
A 512 GB module can hit read speeds of 2100 MBs per second will start arriving in devices in the second half of 2019 which means it will likely show up in Samsung's Galaxy Bolt.
And finally, Facebook says it will offer a clear history tool later this year.
That will make it harder for the company to use data collected by third parties to target ads to certain groups of users.
The feature was promised in early 2018, but Facebook CFO says it will start testing it this spring.
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