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"Listening to the AP digital news network growers in Mainz troubled wild blueberry industry, had another bad year university of Maine horticulture, professor David Yarborough says main farmers collected about fifty seven million pounds of the wild fruit in two thousand eighteen down nearly eleven million pounds from the previous year. He says prices also don't appear to have improved to significantly from recent years in which they lagged below history levels, but your borough and some members of the industry also believe there's reason for optimism accents inventory has held back. Blueberry praises in recent years in your burrow, says it's likely to start changing twenty nineteen because of two straight years of modest harvest sizes. Some college students cramming for tests, but yet craving a snack won't have too far to go. AP's? Warren Levinson reports PepsiCo is putting your chips on wheel vending machines may be a pretty convenient way to get snacks. But you have to go where they are. And does anybody have changed enter PepsiCo and a robot company named Robbie starting today? They are experimenting with mobile snack machines summoned by smartphone app at the university of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Students will be able to meet the six wheeled three foot high eighty pound vendors to pick up potato chips sparkling water in the like at fifty locations around campus, the robots travel it up to six miles an hour and stop when someone steps in front of them. The partners are starting with three. They're hoping to upgrade to five. Warren Levinson, New York. While rents are skyrocketing in Silicon Valley, two cats are living large and a fifteen hundred dollar a month studio apartment, and we're not talking about two cats man, we're talking about to actual cats. The Mercury News reports the twenty pound felines named Tina and Louise moved to the studio in San Jose after their owner moved away to college students. Dad was unable to keep them asked a friend to rent him the kitchen live studio, so he could keep his daughter's beloved cats, the newspaper said the data and his cats actually got a pretty good deal. The average studio apartment in San Jose rents for about nineteen hundred dollars a month. According to rent cafe the guy who rented the apartment says he feels bad wasting valuable living space on animals during a."