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Tesla Motors(NEW YORK) — The circumstances surrounding the death of a Tesla driver while using autopilot were "extremely rare," according to the automaker, but the incident is raising questions about whether self-driving technology really is safer.

Tesla and the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed on Thursday the autopilot feature was undergoing a preliminary investigation following the crash.

Investigators looking into the death of Joshua Brown, 40, will probe whether the self-driving technology performed according to expectations. It was a feature Brown had used plenty of times before the fatal May crash.

Brown, a former Navy SEAL, ran a YouTube channel where he posted two-dozen videos showing the autopilot feature in his Model S. One video posted two months ago titled "Autopilot Saves Model S" has racked up nearly 2 million views. Taken from the vantage point of Brown's dashboard, the video shows how the car avoided a near side-swipe from a truck.

Brown's death is the first known fatality in more than 130 million miles driven with autopilot activated, according to Tesla.

'Extremely Rare' Circumstances of Accident


On May 8, Brown was driving on a divided highway in Florida using autopilot when a tractor-trailer drove across the highway perpendicular to the Model S, according to a statement released by Tesla and the police report.

"The high ride height of the trailer combined with its positioning across the road and the extremely rare circumstances of the impact caused the Model S to pass under the trailer, with the bottom of the trailer impacting the windshield of the Model S," the statement said.

Tesla's autopilot radar tunes out things such as overhead road signs in order to avoid "false braking events," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter. Neither Brown nor the autopilot system noticed the white side of the high ride tractor-trailer in the bright sky, the company said.

The automaker said it informed federal authorities as part of its standard procedure following the crash and noted the preliminary investigation is to determine "whether the system worked according to expectations."

Autopilot Safety


When the Tesla autopilot is activated, it reminds drivers to "always keep your hands on the wheel. Be prepared to take over at any time."

"The system also makes frequent checks to ensure that the driver's hands remain on the wheel and provides visual and audible alerts if hands-on is not detected. It then gradually slows down the car until hands-on is detected again," Tesla said in a statement.

The company has made it clear to drivers the technology isn't perfect and the driver should always still keep his or her hands on the wheel.

"Autopilot is getting better all the time, but it is not perfect and still requires the driver to remain alert," the company's statement said. "Nonetheless, when used in conjunction with driver oversight, the data is unequivocal that Autopilot reduces driver workload and results in a statistically significant improvement in safety when compared to purely manual driving."

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The Fourth of July holiday is a time for barbecues, trips to the beach, fireworks displays and shopping.

Here are some of the best deals shoppers can expect this weekend -- and tips about what you should not buy.

For the Outdoors


As summer progresses you start to see incrementally better deals on summer-themed items, so let’s start with patio furniture.

Hammocks:
Overstock.com is offering this hammock with stand for $235 with free shipping. It’s the best deal online by about $50.

If you don’t need the stand, this one for $54 is best price by $25.

Barbecue grill: After you nap in that hammock you’ll need to make dinner, and barbecues also get less expensive as the summer goes on. This gas grill from Home Depot is $149. That’s the best price on this model I could find online by $50.

Air Conditioning


It’s summer, and if you’ve tried to make it through without an A/C but changed your mind, Walmart is offering this Haier model at $112. It’s the best price by $25 that we could find.

Coats (Yes, really)


Every major holiday weekend has become a clothing sale event, so check your favorite brands for shorts or swimsuits, but here's a pro-tip: Don’t think summer clothes. This is the best time of the year to buy winter coats!

JCPenney has coats for up to 80 percent, so this pea coat that was originally $200 is $39 dollars. Another $10 off with a code and it’s $29, same price as this three-in-one technical jacket.

What Not to Buy


The good folks at DealNews.com -- it’s like my Bible for savings -- crunched the numbers and say you shouldn’t buy laptops now. They get 25 percent cheaper in August with the back-to-school season ramping up.

Tech items and TVs are generally not good buys this weekend. Don’t forget that Amazon’s Prime Day sale is coming up on July 15th, so if you have a specific item in mind watch it on Amazon and competitors who might price match.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street closed higher for a fourth straight day, regaining much of the losses from earlier this week caused by the Brexit vote.

The Dow jumped 19.38 ( 0.11 percent) to close at 17,949.37.

The Nasdaq climbed 19.89 ( 0.41 percent) to finish at 4,862.57, while the S&P gained 4.09 ( 0.19 percent) to close at 2,102.95.

Crude oil jumped almost 2 percent with prices hitting $49 a barrel.

Post-Brexit Vote: Although U.S. stocks have regained much of the losses caused by market uncertainty from Britain's vote to leave the European Union, investors now await word from the Federal Reserve on hints for the next interest rate hike. Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo and New York Fed President William Dudley are expected to give speeches on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Harley-Davidson: Harley-Davidson's stock exploded on Friday, jumping nearly 20 percent at the close, after news of a rumored takeover. Private-equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is reportedly interested in acquiring the American brand and allegedly considered a takeover in 2010.

Lions Gate: After news it was acquiring Starz for $4.4 billion including debt, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. shares tumbled 2 percent on Friday. The huge deal comes as both of the independent companies have struggled to be bigger players in their industries and will now work to compete with HBO and Netflix.

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iStock/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- With lower gas prices and air fares, AAA estimates a record-breaking 43 million Americans will be taking trips over the Fourth of July weekend.

Of course, as the barbecue beckons, it’s easy to daydream of sizzling hot dogs and beachside brews while filling up your gas tank. But drivers beware, this is prime time for thieves to sneak up and snatch your cell phone or purse, as one California woman learned the hard way.

Sara Weinstein left her purse in the car while she pumped gas at a Mobil station on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles on June 28.

Her doors unlocked, Weinstein was completely unaware that just feet away, a thief was crouched down low, sneaking into the front seat of her car. Surveillance cameras stationed around the gas pumps caught the whole thing.

The video captures the thief, wearing a hat and glasses, as he rummages through Weinstein’s purse.

“They stole my wallet right out of the car as I stood by pumping gasoline in broad daylight!” Weinstein wrote in a post about the incident on her Facebook page.

A second man, who may have been acting as a lookout, then follows the thief over to a waiting car and the two flee the scene.

Los Angeles Police Officer Norma Eisenman had some tips to help travelers avoid similar thefts this weekend.

“Be aware of your surroundings. A lot of times, you have panhandlers. Make sure your doors are locked, remove your keys out of your ignition. It takes a hot second for somebody to jump in and pull off a discreet [theft],” Eisenman said.

The National Crime Prevention Council suggests picking gas stations that are well-lit and have surveillance cameras at the pump.

Anyone with information about the suspects seen in this video are encouraged to call 1-800-HOT-TIPS or the Los Angeles Police Department. There is a $5,000 reward in the case.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- With the Discovery Channel’s popular “Shark Week” coming to a close, ABC's Good Morning America rounded up some of the most shark-tastic products to help you live every week like it’s “Shark Week.”

Take a bite out of this list!

FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM

Shark Teeth

Shark Head Décor

Shark Shelf

FOR YOUR BEDROOM

Shark Canopy


Shark Corkboard

Shark Clock

Shark Curtains

Shark Duvet

Shark Blanket

Shark Pillow Shark Pillow

Shark Pillow

Shark Sheets


Shark Wall Decor

FOR YOUR BATHROOM

Shark Shower Curtain

Shark Bath Rug

Shark Hooded Towel

FUN IN THE SUN

Shark Stroller

Shark Bike

Shark Helmet

Shark Backpack

Shark Hoodie

Shark Chumbuddy

Shark Pet Costume

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- If the annual red T-shirt and blue denim shorts are getting a bit old for July 4, consider some creative yet easy ideas courtesy of the DIY specialist, Pinterest. Here are some new ways to dress the kids in red, white and blue this Independence Day.

The Patriotic Fohawk


You will need:

  • Pomade
  • Comb
  • Red and blue washable markers
  • White chalk
  • Blow dryer

Directions:

  • Begin with a wet head and run the pomade through the whole head of hair.
  • Style the fohawk, brushing all the hair into the center.
  • Blow dry the hair completely.
  • Color red marker through the front section of the fohawk, then shade the middle with the white chalk and the back with blue marker.
  • Spray with hairspray for extra firm hold.

Handprint Flag Shirt

You will need:

  • Plain white T-shirt
  • Blue and red acrylic paints
  • Tray or plate for paint
  • Paint brushes (optional)

Directions:

  • Pour the blue paint into the tray and dip your child’s hand. Careful not to miss a spot!
  • Press the hand to the top corner of the shirt.
  • Using your fingers or a brush, paint the red stripes.
  • Let it dry and wear!

Stars and Stripes Sneakers

You will need:

  • Plain white canvas sneakers
  • Red and blue permanent markers
  • Star-shaped stencil (drawn or printed out)

Directions:

  • On the outside of each shoe, create a grid of horizontal lines half of an inch apart.
  • Color every other stripe in red.
  • On the inside of each show, trace the star leaving some space between the stars.
  • Color the area surrounding the stars blue.

Bandana skirt

You will need:

  • Red or blue bandana
  • Half inch wide elastic that is about one inch longer than your child’s waist measurement
  • 1 ½ yards of lace trim
  • Matching thread
  • Safety pin
  • Iron

Directions:

  • Cut the bandana exactly in half .
  • Place one piece on top of the other, perfectly aligned and with the cut edges on top.
  • Pin and sew a quarter inch seam down each side.
  • Fold the cut edges over one quarter of an inch and press with iron. Fold it again about three quarters of an inch and press again. This creates the casing for the elastic.
  • Sew the bottom of the fold down, leaving a large enough opening for your elastic.
  • Pin and sew your lace trim to the bottom of the skirt from the inside.
  • Use the safety pin to thread the elastic through the top of the skirt.
  • Sew the skirt closed (you’ll probably want to do this with a sewing machine).
  • Sew the remaining openings closed and voila!

Patriotic Crown

You will need:

  • Paper plate
  • Scissor
  • Blue paint
  • Paint brush
  • Red and white cardstock, cut into triangles
  • White star cutouts or stickers
  • Glue
  • Double-sided tape and regular tape
  • Thin elastic
  • Hole puncher

Directions:

  • Cut the paper plate in half. Using the outside of one half as a guideline, cut a curve in the flat side of the other half.
  • Paint the curved paper plate blue.
  • Once it’s dry, punch a hole in each corner.
  • Flip the plate, and on the unpainted side, use the double-sided tape to fasten the triangles, alternating red and white, around the perimeter.
  • Fasten the elastic through the hole punches.
  • Decorate the blue portion with the white stars.

Check out other neat ideas here.

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ABCNews.com(NEW YORK) -- A homemaker from Staten Island, New York, is now a $169 million jackpot winner after her husband used an extra dollar to purchase a $1 Mega Millions ticket that proved to be a winner.

Nancy Viola told New York Lottery officials that she asked her husband to stop for Powerball tickets last January when the Powerball jackpot was approaching $1 billion.

Her husband bought $20 worth of Powerball tickets at a Staten Island convenience store and then used an extra dollar to purchase a Mega Millions ticket.

“He had one dollar left in his pocket and here’s the $1,” Viola said at a press conference yesterday, pointing to her $169 million check. “Dollar and a dream, right?"

Viola, who could not be reached by ABC News, told lottery officials she “almost had a heart attack” when she saw the next morning that her ticket was a winner.

“I just couldn’t believe what I was seeing, so I asked my husband to come over to look. He just kept looking at the screen three or four times, and he was in shock too,” she said, according to the New York Lottery.

Viola created a limited liability company to secure her winnings. She also chose to receive her Mega Millions money in a lump sum, giving her a total of $64,796,160 after taxes, according to lottery officials.

“It’s surreal, but exciting and wonderful at the same time,” Viola said. “I’ve thought about my plans, and I want to make some investments and just be secure for the future.”

The current Mega Millions jackpot has soared to $415 million, or $286 million in cash, making it the third largest jackpot in the game’s history, according to lottery officials. The next drawing will take place Friday night at 11 p.m. ET.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — It's not that Andrea Owen wants to pay more for the neighborhood teens to babysit her kids. It's just that she wants them to set a rate and stick to it.

The life coach and mom of two sounded off on Facebook late last month in a rant that's resounding with moms, particularly moms of girls.

Her post read, in part:

"Jay [her husband] and I started talking about how much babysitters charge, and I told him I like to ask them first what their hourly rate is. My experience in this is usually the girls say, 'Whatever you want to pay me is fine.'

NO. THIS IS NOT OKAY."

Owen told ABC News, "Why are we raising our girls that this is OK? They should set a rate and stand firmly in it."

[READ THE FULL POST HERE]

The North Carolina mom has a 6-year-old daughter, and plans to do just that. "I also want her, and other girls, to learn to negotiate at an early age," she said.

So if a parent thinks the sitter's rate it too high, she suggests the teens respond with suggestions for other duties they can perform to make it an agreeable situation for both parties.

"You know how when you come home to the sitter and kids and it looks like a bomb went off?" Owen said. "I'd gladly pay extra to come home to a neat and tidy house."

She also suggested folding laundry as an example of how to negotiate a higher rate.

But, in the end, this isn't really about babysitting, not to Owen. Because babysitting is often the first paying job teen girls have, she thinks it sets a foundation for later in life.

"I was never taught how to negotiate," she said, "but you can bet I'll teach it my kids. This isn't something you learn at school. It has to be taught at home. If we want to close the pay gap [between women and men], the younger they learn, the better."

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Tesla's autopilot mode is undergoing a preliminary investigation by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the automaker said today, following a recent crash that killed a driver who was using the semi-autonomous feature.

The Tesla driver was on a divided highway using autopilot when a tractor-trailer drove across the highway perpendicular to the Model S, according to a statement released today by the company.

"The high ride height of the trailer combined with its positioning across the road and the extremely rare circumstances of the impact caused the Model S to pass under the trailer, with the bottom of the trailer impacting the windshield of the Model S."

Tesla's autopilot radar tunes out things such as overhead road signs in order to avoid "false braking events," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter. Neither the Tesla driver nor the autopilot system noticed the white side of the high ride tractor-trailer in the bright sky, the company said.

The automaker said it informed federal authorities as part of its standard procedure following the crash and noted the preliminary investigation is to determine "whether the system worked according to expectations."

When the Tesla autopilot is activated, it reminds drivers to "always keep your hands on the wheel. Be prepared to take over at any time."

"Autopilot is getting better all the time, but it is not perfect and still requires the driver to remain alert," the company's statement said. "Nonetheless, when used in conjunction with driver oversight, the data is unequivocal that Autopilot reduces driver workload and results in a statistically significant improvement in safety when compared to purely manual driving."

The identity of the victim was not immediately known. However, Tesla's statement said the man "was a friend to Tesla and the broader [electric vehicle] community, a person who spent his life focused on innovation and the promise of technology and who believed strongly in Tesla’s mission. We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to his family and friends."

This is the first known fatality in more than 130 million miles driven with autopilot activated, according to Tesla.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street marked its third day of gains Thursday amid mounting expectations of global back stimulus following last week's Brexit results.

The Dow rose 235.91 ( 1.33 percent) to close at 17,929.99.

The Nasdaq climbed 63.43 ( 1.33 percent) to finish at 4,842.67, while the S&P gained 28.09 ( 1.36 percent) to close at 2,098.86.

Crude oil slid about 3 percent with prices hitting just above $48 a barrel.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) --  Google announced Thursday its next generation Android operating system will be known as Android Nougat, keeping with the tradition of moving through the alphabet with its updates and naming them after a dessert.

Nougat is in good company, joining a virtual Candy Land of predecessors including KitKat, Lollipop and Marshmallow.

Introducing #AndroidNougat. Thank you, world, for all your sweet name ideas! #AndroidNReveal pic.twitter.com/7lIfDBwyBE

— Android (@Android) June 30, 2016

Android N is currently in the hands of developers and will be rolled out to a wider audience in the fall.

Among the new features are split-screen multi-tasking, faster switching between apps and grouped notifications from a single app.

A power-saving mode called Doze was launched with Android Marshmallow, allowing users to keep their system in a sleep-like state in order to conserve battery life. With Android Nougat, Doze can also save battery life when a phone screen is turned off.

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Photodisc/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- When it comes to hacking, some of Silicon Valley's biggest names aren't having the best month.

The latest victim appeared to be Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe, whose Twitter account posted a bizarre series of tweets Wednesday night, including one naming a new CEO. Iribe's biography was also changed to read: "hey its @Lid... im not testing ya security im just havin a laugh."

An account for @Lid has since been suspended and the offending tweets have been deleted from Iribe's account.

OurMine, a group that has claimed responsibility for a number of recent account hijackings, including Google CEO Sundar Pichai's Quora and Twitter accounts and Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter, appears to have pulled off the prank.

"We are just testing your security," the hackers wrote from Pichai's account. They directed readers to learn more about OurMine's cyber-security services for hire, which range in price from $100 for a social media scan to $5,000 at the corporate level.

A spokesperson for the group told tech site The Next Web: "We are just testing people security [sic], we never change their passwords, we did it because there is other hackers can hack them and change everything."

Oculus did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.

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Facebook(NEW YORK) -- Facebook has won the latest round in a battle with a Belgian privacy watchdog group about how the social network tracks non-users who visit publicly available Facebook pages.

At issue is Facebook's "datr" cookie -- a piece of code that is downloaded onto your computer when you visit certain sites. The social network said the cookies helped keep Facebook secure and that any data was discarded after 10 days, while the Belgian Privacy Commission, which initially won the case last November, said the practice was a violation of Belgian Internet users' privacy.

The ruling carried a 250,000 euro per day fine if Facebook did not comply, prompting the social network to block non-members in Belgium from seeing public Facebook pages.

The court overturned the case on Wednesday after siding with Facebook's argument that this case should be out of Belgium's jurisdiction since Facebook's European headquarters are in Dublin, Ireland.

"Today's decision means simply that the Belgian citizen cannot obtain privacy protection when it concerns foreign players. The citizen is thus exposed to massive violations of privacy," Willem Debeuckelaere, president of the Belgium privacy commission said in a statement, according to the BBC.

The group said it plans to explore a final appeal with the Court of Cassation, which has the power to nullify previous judgments but can't hand down new ones.

Facebook did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment on the case.

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Google(NEW YORK) -- An undersea cable backed by Google and five other companies is going online Thursday for the first time, marking the beginning of faster Internet speeds for users in Asia.

The $300 million project began in 2014, connecting Oregon and Japan with an undersea cable that would handle an initial capacity targeted at 60 terabits per second, allowing users in Asia to enjoy speedier connections.

"Internet users and our customers in Japan today should notice things seem to be moving a bit... FASTER," Urs Holzle, Google's senior vice president of technical infrastructure said in a Google post. "FASTER is one of just a few hundred submarine cables connecting various parts of the world, which collectively form an important backbone that helps run the Internet."

It's not the first time Google has gone underwater to improve Internet speed. In 2008, the company invested in cable that connected Southeast Asia and Japan.

The company also backed UNITY, another trans-Pacific cable system between the United States and Japan that debuted in 2010. The cable has a capacity of 7.68 terabits per second, according to Submarine Cable Networks, meaning that the newest cable blows it out of the water when it comes to capacity.

Facebook and Microsoft announced in May they'll team up to lay an undersea cable system across the Atlantic Ocean that will deliver faster connections to online and cloud services from both companies.

Construction of that cable, called MAREA, will begin in August, according to a statement from both companies, and is expected to be completed in October 2017. MAREA, which is the Spanish word for "tide," will span 4,100 miles from Virginia Beach, Virginia, to Bilbao on the northern coast of Spain.

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iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- After much admiration and anticipation, the world’s largest uncut diamond failed to sell at a public auction Wednesday night.

The 1,109 carat white diamond did not meet the minimum reserve price, which was not specified by Sotheby’s auction house in London. The rough stone was expected to fetch at least $70 million, but the bidding stopped at $61 million, Sotheby’s said.

The rock was discovered in November by the Lucara Diamond Corp. in the company's Karowe mine in north-central Botswana. It’s the largest diamond to be recovered in the southern African nation and the biggest find ever in over 100 years. The tennis ball-sized stone, named the Lesedi la Rona, or “Our Light” in Setswana, is thought to be 3 billion years old.

“Every aspect of tonight’s auction was unprecedented,” Sotheby’s said in a statement Wednesday evening after bidding ended. “No one alive today has ever seen a gem-quality rough diamond of this incredible scale; no rough diamond of importance has ever before been offered before at public auction; and no diamond -- polished or rough -- has ever been estimated at this price level.”

Lucara CEO William Lamb said in a statement that his company will retain the Lesedi la Rona. Just hours before the historic auction, a nervous and excited Lamb told ABC News the “best case scenario” would be for the diamond to sell to someone who will showcase it at a museum rather than a private collection.

Hoping to share the colossal rough with the widest audience possible, the Canadian mining company broke with tradition by selling it at a public auction instead of inviting sealed bids from some wealthy dealers in the diamond industry. The Lesedi la Rona is second only to the huge 3,016.75-carat Cullinan Diamond, which was mined in South Africa in 1905 and produced nine major diamonds that are part of the historic Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, according to Sotheby's.

Two independent reports commissioned by Sotheby’s found that the Lesedi la Rona may have the potential to yield one of the largest top-quality diamonds that has ever been cut and polished. The Gemological Institute of America also stated the rarity and characteristics of the stone in a letter to Sotheby’s, which was published by the auction house.

“The 1,109 ct rough’s top color and transparency exemplify the ‘limpid’ appearance commonly associated with type IIa diamonds,” the California-based nonprofit gem research institute wrote, referring to a rare subgroup that comprises less than 2 percent of all gem diamonds. “Once polished or examined in more detail a final answer will become clear.”

Henri Barguirdjian, president and chief executive of Graff Diamonds, told The New York Times that each carat of the 1,109 carat gem was worth about $62,000.

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