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  • Starship brings delivery innovation to pavements
  • Starship brings delivery innovation to pavements
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Starship brings delivery innovation to pavements

With millions of packages sent and received every day, there are lots of exciting prospects surrounding the future of delivery, from drones to local lockers. The co-founders of Skype are next in line, launching small, autonomous electric vehicles that travel down the pavement.

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