Mese: Dicembre 2021

“No easy solution” for Tesla Cybertruck’s comically large windshield wiper, Elon Musk says

“No easy solution” for Tesla Cybertruck’s comically large windshield wiper, Elon Musk says

New drone footage of a prototype Tesla Cybertruck being tested on the company’s track in Fremont, California, was published Friday, prompting Elon Musk to address the vehicle’s hilariously oversized windshield wiper. The Cybertruck’s massive, flat windshield, blending seamlessly into the hood, was one of the electric truck’s most distinctive features when it was first unveiled …

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Don’t Look Up is an absurdist mirror of our reality — before it just becomes a regular mirror

Don’t Look Up is an absurdist mirror of our reality — before it just becomes a regular mirror

For a goofy satire about a comet destroying the planet, Don’t Look Up sure takes you on an emotional journey. The film — helmed by writer and director Adam McKay, best-known for movies like Step Brothers and Anchorman — starts out hilarious, with big-name stars trading one-liners amid an impending apocalypse. But over its lengthy …

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The FTC is suing to block Nvidia’s $40 billion purchase of Arm

The FTC is suing to block Nvidia’s $40 billion purchase of Arm

Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of Arm just ran into another massive hurdle: the Federal Trade Commission, which announced today that it’s suing to block the merger from going through due to concerns that the combined companies would “stifle competing next-generation technologies.” The suit comes after an FTC investigation into the deal following complaints from Google, …

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Apple Music’s terrible year in review is giving me serious Spotify Wrapped FOMO

Apple Music’s terrible year in review is giving me serious Spotify Wrapped FOMO

It’s December 1st, which for Spotify users, means the annual tradition of the music streaming service’s Spotify Wrapped roundup: customized, flashy infographics of the top songs, playlists, artists, and podcast that you’ve listened to over the last year, chock-full of data, mood boards, and just a sprinkling of judgment. I, unfortunately, do not use Spotify. …

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