This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Switzerland has announced that its postal service, Swiss Post, will be testing robots, with the intention of eventually...Show More Summary
The U.S. Postal Service has fired a postal carrier who dumped hundreds of pieces of mail into a Lee County, Florida, dumpster, and she could face federal charges. The owner of a nearby pizzeria saw the carrier, whose name wasn't released by the postal service, dump an entire bin of mail containing bills, letters and business fliers.
From schoolchildren to members of Congress, thousands asked the U.S. Postal Service for a Diwali stamp.
If you’re wondering why the tracking number on your mail takes you to a landfill, a restaurant surveillance camera caught a U.S. Postal Service worker throwing hundreds of mail items in the dumpster behind the store, including personal letters, post cards and hundreds of business flyers. Read more...
Customizing bikes is all about seeing potential. Case in point: this cute little ’92 Suzuki GN250 from Portugal’s Dream Wheels Heritage. Back in the day, the GN was the go-to bike for riding schools and the Portuguese postal service....Show More Summary
Mark Twain, pictured in 1907. (Photo: Library of Congress/LC-DIG-ds-05448) When it came to speaking his mind, Mark Twain was rarely one to pull punches. Twain was often critical of others, whether it was calling President Theodore Roosevelt...Show More Summary
The United States Government is considering their own drone delivery service.
The net losses for the US Postal Service in the third quarter of this year increased by nearly $1 billion.
Mailing a letter is about to get a whole lot more awesome. In celebration of Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary, the U.S. Postal Service is releasing this fabulous set of Wonder Woman Forever Stamps. “The sheet will consist of 20 stamps depicting Wonder Woman’s appearance over four different eras: the Golden Age (1941–55) drawn by Jon L. Show More Summary
A hacker is selling stolen credentials that purportedly give access to servers of the US Navy, Centers for Disease Control, US Postal Service, and other US government sites. Listings for the accounts were found recently by Tech Insider...Show More Summary
Forget delivery drones: A postal service in Japan is hoping to use self-driving cars.
That feel when FedEx, UPS, DHL, or your local postal service tries to "hide" your package delivery in the lamest, most half-assed way imaginable. Or leaves one of those “signature required” things that mean you have to go drive to the shipping center and pick it up yourself even when you were there the whole time aughhhh. Thanks. Thanks a lot, delivery guy (or gal or x). (more…)
The United States Postal Service announced yesterday that in honor of the DC Comic’s legend Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary, the superhero would receive her own line of postage stamps. Four of the new Wonder Woman stamps will be revealed...Show More Summary
Send your snail mail with US Postal Service stamps honoring the Amazonian warrior princess who can lasso the truth out of villains and deflect bullets with her bracelets.
Wonder Woman got a stamp of approval — four, in fact — when the U.S. Postal Service (in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment) previewed four Forever stamps featuring the iconic superhero today. The stamps,...Show More Summary
A first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony has been scheduled to take place at New York Comic Con on October 7.
The team stuck it to the spacecraft shortly before it launched in January 2006, and NASA says the U.S. Postal Service officially canceled it after New Horizons made its flyby of Pluto last July.
What a master class of a TV stand-up set here, by my friend, Mr. Gary Gulman, on Wednesday's Conan. Gulman takes the ridiculous notion of a Netflix documentary on the official U.S. Postal Service decision to create two-letter state abbreviations -- which isn't a thing, although it couldn't dare compare with Gulman's six-minute imaginary presentation […]
The U.S. government is not mincing words as it readies to take to court a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed on behalf of the U.S. Postal Service, the government agency that sponsored several of the 44-year-old cyclist’s winning Tour de France teams. In its latest round of documents, filed late Monday night, Justice Department lawyers referred to Armstrong […]
The U.S. Postal Service honored Bolivian-born educator Jaime Escalante with his very own first-class mail Forever stamp. The commemorative stamp was unveiled at the 87th conference of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary