Tesla may launch in India this summer: Musk

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A Tesla Model S charges at a Tesla Supercharger station in Cabazon, California, U.S. May 18, 2016.   REUTERS/Sam Mircovich

Tesla may launch in India this summer: Musk

A Tesla Model S charges at a Tesla Supercharger station in Cabazon, California, U.S. May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich. 1/2. left.

Facebook announces paid family sick leave and new bereavement benefits for employees

On her personal Facebook account Tuesday, COO Sheryl Sandberg announced an update to the company’s employee benefits, which are newly enhanced to ease the lives of new parents and grieving employees alike.

LG Watch Style Retail Packaging Leaks Ahead Of Launch

Tech Times
The retail packaging for the LG Watch Style has leaked online ahead of the smartwatch’s official launch. The LG wearable is expected to debut on Feb. 8 and will start at $249.

Apple’s ‘Fanatical’ Attention to Detail Revealed in Apple Campus 2 Report

Mac Rumors
Reuters on Tuesday published a revealing insider report on the Steve Jobs-approved design and ongoing construction of Apple’s new “spaceship” campus in Cupertino, California, which is expected to be finished this spring.

Overwatch To Soon Launch Server Browser For Custom Games; Capture The Flag Mode Here To Stay

Tech Times
The upcoming patch for “Overwatch” will introduce the Server Browser, which will allow players to create custom games, and make Capture the Flag mode permanent.

Twitter’s going to start weeding out abusive tweets before you see them

Baltimore Sun
Twitter announced that it will give users a mute feature to weed out harassing words and phrases from their notifications. (Leon Neal / AFP/Getty Images).

Tesla Model S P100D Does 0–60 MPH In Record 2.275507139 Seconds (Motor Trend)

A 2017 Tesla Model S P100D accelerated from 0 to 60 miles per hour (mph) in just 2.275507139 seconds while being put through the paces recently by the auto junkies over at Motor Trend.

Ajit Pai defends decision to revoke low-cost broadband designations

Ars Technica
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai today defended a new decision that prevents nine ISPs from using a federal program to sell subsidized broadband to poor people.

Google Brain Cleans Up Low-Res Photos by Turning Everyone Into a Glitched Out Monster

The team at Google Brain has made an impressive breakthrough for increasing the resolution of images. They’ve managed to turn 8×8 grids of pixels into monstrous approximations of human beings.

Apple hires Amazon’s Fire TV boss as Apple TV leader

Apple has hired former head of Amazon’s Fire TV unit, Tim Twerdahl, who becomes a vice president at the firm, allegedly with responsibility for Apple TV product marketing.

Is Your Smart TV Spying on You?

Vanity Fair
While Americans have slowly been numbed to the fact that their movements, reading habits, and purchasing behavior are being tracked by their smartphones, occasionally the legal system sees fit to push back.

Why are people still buying Grand Theft Auto V?

The Guardian
Released in 2013, Rockstar’s epic gangland adventure is currently No 2 in the UK games chart. Is gaming having its dad rock moment?

Google Cloud Search helps enterprise users find data quickly

Google is wooing enterprise customers with the forthcoming launch of a service that will let employees find information they need from multiple sources.

Ford makes the already big Expedition even bigger for 2018

DETROIT — Ford unveiled the new, aluminum-bodied version of its biggest SUV, the Expedition, on Tuesday that is both larger and lighter than the aging version that it replaces.

Fire Breaks Out At Samsung SDI’s Chinese Waste Facility

Android Headlines
A fire broke out at Samsung SDI’s waste management facility located in Tianjin, China on Wednesday. Local emergency services reportedly have the situation under control as of a few hours ago.

The Nintendo Switch is missing a golden tablet opportunity

The Verge
Last night, we learned that Nintendo isn’t planning on shipping the Nintendo Switch with a web browser, “at least at launch.

The Nintendo Switch Is Perfect For Japanese Celebrities

Are you a Japanese celebrity? No? Well, Yo Oizumi is, and he’s going to show you how the Switch is ideal for famous folks. Advertisement.

Intel may be prepping new Core i5, i7 processors to attack AMD Ryzen

AMD’s new Ryzen will launch in early March, and Intel is reportedly prepping changes to its own product lineup to counter any AMD threat.

iPhone 6S battery woes force Apple to recall thousands of devices in UAE

Digital Trends
The iPhone 6S battery problem seems to extend worldwide and if your phone is affected, you can still visit Apple’s support site to arrange a free repair.

Behold, the ACLU Amazon Dash button

Ars Technica
Or, how to support civil liberties, $5 at a time, with the slap of a hand. Nathan Pryor – 2/7/2017, 5:50 PM. Enlarge · Nathan Pryor · reader comments 38.

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