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  • Tesla will have 'major' car revisions almost every year
    If you're a Tesla buyer, you were probably miffed when you realized that the self-driving hardware revision rendered your car obsolete, even if it was just weeks old. However, you're going to have to get used to that feeling if you're going to stick…
  • Hip-hop's most influential sampler gets a 2017 reboot
    The impact of Akai's MPC series on hip-hop cannot be overstated. The first model — the MPC60 — hit the market in the late 80s, perfectly timed with hip-hop's culture of borrowing and reinventing classic beats and melodies. The MPC's iconic pad-base…
  • Europe's space agency plans to launch a space-weather satellite
    A few years from now, we might have the power to make more accurate space weather forecasts thanks to an ESA satellite. The European Space Agency plans to launch a solar-monitoring space weather probe in 2023 to keep an eye out for Coronal Mass Eject…
  • Ben Heck's vintage Japanese arcade mod

    The Ben Heck Show team has been approached to repair and enhance a vintage Japanese arcade Pachinko machine! Pachinko machines are common gambling games in Japan, and are still in use today. Most of the modern titles have hidden features, hints…

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  • Google rolls out Instant Tethering for your Android devices
    The latest version of Google Play Services comes with a feature that can ensure all your devices are always online. Austrian journalist Andreas Proschofsky has posted a screenshot on his Google+ account showing a new feature called "Instant Tethering…
  • Shia LaBeouf starts a 4-year livestream to protest Trump
    If you were determined to make a political protest through art, and had the luxuries of both fame and modern technology? For Shia LaBeouf, it's simple: start an ambitious livestreaming project. The actor (along with Nastja Säde Rönkk&ouml…
  • An electric scooter is the perfect vehicle for quick jaunts
    We have a plethora of options for getting around in an urban area. Buses, taxis, Uber, monorails, light rail and dirigibles (well, probably not the last one) make travel in big cities easier. But for those looking for a bit more freedom and fun, ther…
  • Recommended Reading: Video games and the issue of slavery

    How Historical
    Games Integrate or
    Ignore Slavery
    Amanda Kerri,
    Rock Paper Shotgun

    Video games certainly don't claim to always offer a depiction of the "real world," but for those titles rooted in historical events, how the narrative addresses cert…

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  • Tesla's latest 100D models focus on range, not power
    Tesla has proved that the Model S P100D goes as fast as you'd ever want, and it now has a model that goes farther than ever. As expected, it quietly started selling the Model S 100D with the same battery as the P100D, but lacking the performance twea…
  • Giuliani as Trump's cybersecurity adviser is an unfunny joke
    I had just finished hacking the Gibson when I heard the news: Rudy Giuliani, the guy who said he was gonna solve cybersecurity, had just been named Trump's cyber advisor. I hopped onto our hacker mafia's government-proof encrypted chat app to make su…
  • Apple sues Qualcomm for $1 billion in royalty dispute
    Apple has filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Qualcomm, claiming that for many years, the chip manufacturer has "unfairly insisted on charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with," CNBC reports.

    This marks the end of a rough week…

  • Tag Heuer sold more $1,500 smartwatches than it expected
    I'm not much of a smartwatch guy, but I like my LG R Android Wear watch and its bright OLED screen. An acquaintance recently expressed admiration for it, and to my surprise, came back the next day with a $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected. ("Must be nice to…

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