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Tesla seriously underestimated Model 3 demand

It won’t shock you to hear that Tesla low-balled demand for the Model 3, but by how much? Er… quite a bit, actually. Elon Musk has revealed that his company expected "1/4 to 1/2" of the pre-orders it got (252,000 … Continue reading

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The Tesla Model 3 is here and it’s ridiculously sexy

The Tesla Model 3 has been introduced to the world. Elon Musk promised a "compelling" car. It looks like he and the Tesla Motors team have delivered on that promise. The post The Tesla Model 3 is here and it’s … Continue reading

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Why Telsa Will Likely See 100k Model 3 Reservations Within the First 24 Hours

  With all the buzz surrounding the upcoming Model 3 unveil and how Tesla will likely book 100,000 reservations within the first 24 hours of reservation opening, we decided to do a little math of our own to see what that may mean given some … Continue reading

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YouTube Red is Google’s ad-free subscription video service

Google is finally taking the wraps off of its long-rumored subscription video service at an event in Los Angeles today. YouTube Red is a $9.99 monthly subscription that’ll offer everything on YouTube without ads as well as variety of other … Continue reading

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Amazon Banning the Chromecast Is Unbelievably Stupid

Starting at the end of this month, Amazon will no longer sell the Chromecast or Apple TV . And that’s their right. But it’s also another in a long series of dumb, anti-consumer moves that has now crossed the line … Continue reading

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Back to the Future Trilogy Will Stream Exclusively on Amazon Prime In October

Are you ready for October 21, 2015? That’s the date that Marty McFly arrives in the future — at least according to the second Back to the Future movie. But if you’re planning on watching the trilogy to celebrate, you’ll … Continue reading

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Apple pulls iFixit’s app after it tears down the new Apple TV

The team at iFixit is learning a hard, hard lesson about the importance of honoring developer agreements. Apple has banned an iFixit developer account (and consequently, the iFixit app) after the repair-it-yourself outfit tore down a pre-release Apple TV sent … Continue reading

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What It’s Like To Drive The Tesla Model X

The first owners are finally taking delivery of the gull-door’d electric on-road SUV they’ve been waiting about three years for: the Tesla Model X. Here’s what we learned from a close look and a quick spin around the parking lot. … Continue reading

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Elon Musk: Dieselgate Proves It’s Time to Go Electric

While the EPA is promising to toughen up emissions tests in the aftermath of the Volkswagen cheating scandal, Tesla founder Elon Musk has a slightly different take: Gas is dead and it’s time to go electric, people. Read more… via … Continue reading

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London Tube’s ‘regenerative braking’ tech can power an entire station

To make the London Underground greener and more cost effective, Transport for London (TfL) has been trialling a new system that collects and recycles waste energy from train brakes. Over the course of a week, the company says it’s been … Continue reading

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BlackBerry’s Android phone will be known as the ‘Priv’

BlackBerry’s upcoming Android phone has been called "Venice" for quite some time, but that’s apparently nothing but a moniker meant to be shed and replaced by its real model name. According to Evleaks and N4BB, it will be released as … Continue reading

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The 19 Worst Movies Mystery Science Theater 3000 Ever Riffed

Although Mystery Science Theater 3000 was dedicated to making fun of bad movies, not all the movies the show featured were truly awful. Many were merely crappy, but some of them were so ineptly made, so heinous, so unwatchable that … Continue reading

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How to Skip the Line and Manually Update Your Nexus Device

Android updates take forever. While that’s okay most of the time , it can be a problem when a new, terrible security vulnerability is found . Whether you want to protect your phone, or just can’t wait for new updates, … Continue reading

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Tesla wants to raise $500 million in new stock offering

Filed under: Green, Tesla, Electric Tesla Motors says it will offer $500 million in new stock as it gets ready to put the Model X on sale this fall. Continue reading Tesla wants to raise $500 million in new stock … Continue reading

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Tesla is putting chargers in garages around Manhattan

Drivers commuting into Manhattan will soon have more options for charging up their Model S. Tesla plans to put charging units in two dozen garages around the borough through an upcoming partnership. The units will offer quicker 240-volt charging, besting … Continue reading

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Texas’ Decade-Long Megadrought Put on Hold While Texas Floods

Remember a couple of years ago when Texas was in such a deep, seemingly-irreversible drought that experts trumpeted it as the next great megadrought, the likes of which would cause Texas to poof into a pile of dust by the … Continue reading

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Verizon vulnerability made it painfully easy to access customer info

On the off chance you’ve experienced some sketchiness with your Verizon home internet account over the past few weeks, we might just know why now. As first reported by BuzzFeed, a vulnerability in Verizon’s customer service systems meant that attacke… … Continue reading

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Fracking Activity Is Probably Causing Earthquakes in Texas

Fracking can’t catch a break from bad press recently: Some think it’s triggering earthquakes in Texas, a state usually lacking in seismic activity. Read more… via Gizmodo http://ift.tt/1FfJseM

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CHIP is a $9 Raspberry Pi killer

The Raspberry Pi was definitely a game changer when it hit shelves at only $35. But CHIP is hoping to make the Pi look positively pricey by comparison. The Kickstarter campaign has already blown way past its $50,000 goal. In … Continue reading

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Tesla’s Gigafactory Isn’t Big Enough to Make Its Preordered Batteries

As Elon Musk revealed in an earnings call earlier this week, people preordered a shit-ton of Tesla’s new batteries : Over 50,000 Powerwall units were reserved. Now some interesting math, courtesy of Bloomberg: The five million square-foot Gigafactory planned outside … Continue reading

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Tesla’s Gigafactory Isn’t Big Enough to Make Its Preordered Batteries

As Elon Musk revealed in an earnings call earlier this week, people preordered a shit-ton of Tesla’s new batteries : Over 50,000 Powerwall units were reserved. Now some interesting math, courtesy of Bloomberg: The five million square-foot Gigafactory planned outside … Continue reading

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Wheelchair-Bound Woman with No Legs Wins Treadmill on the Price is Right

Life is short and cruel and then you get on the Price is Right. Case in point: Danielle Perez, a woman in a wheelchair who made it on the show Tuesday only to scoop up a brand-new treadmill. According to … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know About Tesla’s New Household Batteries

Tesla unveiled a new product line at its design studio in LA tonight. It’s called Tesla Energy and it’s a suite of batteries for homes and for businesses. The existence of the batteries has been one of the worst kept … Continue reading

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IBM Just Cracked One of the Biggest Problems Facing Quantum Computing

Quantum computing could make complex calculations trivial—but it’s currently fraught with problems . Now, though, IBM has solved one of the biggest, allowing it to detect the internal errors that could otherwise render quantum calculation useless. Read more… via Gizmodo … Continue reading

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Comcast officially gives up on Time Warner Cable merger

The rather unpopular, $45 billion merger attempt between Comcast and Time Warner Cable has been officially called off. In a very brief statement, Comcast CEO Brian L. Roberts said that he would have liked to pair the two companies together, … Continue reading

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