Jaguar Land Rover works on 3D tech to help drivers respond to hazards

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Jaguar Land Rover is working on 3D technology that will help drivers better respond to road hazards. The auto engineers are working with the University of Cambridge on an immersive display. They hope it will let drivers respond to situations in a more natural way. This comes amid a broader movement to improve car safety. This spring, Volvo announced it will start installing in-car cameras and sensors to monitor intoxicated drivers, and the vehicles can intervene when the driver is in danger of causing an accident.

Hasbro is starting to phase out plastic from its packaging. The company, known for its toys like My Little Pony and Monopoly games, says it plans to eliminate most plastic from packaging by the end of 2022. This will only apply to new products. Hasbro does not yet have plans to cut plastic from its toys, but says it is working on more sustainable materials.

Apple's new credit card is now available to everyone in the U.S.,  with a big bonus for Uber riders. Customers who pay for Uber and Uber Eats with an Apple card will get 3% daily cash back. Apple says it plans to add more merchants in the coming months. The credit card is backed by Goldman Sachs and is available now for iPhone users through their wallet app.

 

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