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The Morning After: Germany starts testing its 'electric highway'

engadget Monday, 13 May 2019
Hey, good morning! We're back. SpaceX's internet satellites are ready for launch, Germany starts testing its electric highway and the best coding kits for little ones. Phew. Let's get this week started.
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