On Wednesday, Tesla Motors announced that their selection of cars will be the first chosen to have acquired a new hardware that allows their cars to drive themselves. 292 more words
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Samsung announces Exynos 7 Dual 7270 SoC for wearables
Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 7 Dual 7270 chip, which is the first 14-nanometer wearable processor and the first to have a built-in LTE modem. 1,189 more words
Tesla has moved a new product launch that had been planned for today to next Wednesday, according to CEO Elon Musk.
In a tweet Musk said whatever it is “needs a few more days of refinement” — although it’s not clear whether the extra polish is needed on the announcement or the product itself. 213 more words
Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has asked Tesla to stop using the term ‘Autopilot’ to refer to its driver assistance technology because of the risk of misleading consumers about the capabilities of the technology. 789 more words
IronDirect takes the uncertainty out of buying new construction equipment with its full pricing transparency, giving buyers a more complete package of information they can use to make purchase decisions. 568 more words