Tesla has reduced the price of the Model 3, Model S, and Model X in North America, Electrek reports. The Model S and X both saw $5,000 price cuts to $74,990 and $79,990 respectively for their entry-level Long Range Plus versions, while their more expensive Performance versions have also been cut by $5k. The Model 3 has received a smaller $2,000 price cut across all versions, with the online entry-level Standard Range Plus Model 3 now starting at $37,990. Pricing for the Model Y, Tesla’s newest car, is unchanged. … [Read more...] about Tesla cuts car prices by up to $5,000
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"Critics have long debated the role and impact of technology in the display, consumption, and creation of art. Until now, there has never been an empirical study that looks beyond opinion and taps into neurological activity to understand the human brain's response to art experienced in real-life compared to virtually," says Brendan Ciecko, CEO & Founder of Cuseum. "Today marks a new milestone in our understanding of how people perceive and react to art through digital channels, and offers immutable support for continuing to make art accessible in all formats. This research underscores that the 'aura' of art is not lost when experienced virtually." … [Read more...] about Does your brain care if that masterpiece is a digital copy?
"This will give Googlers who need to come back to the office -- or, capacity permitting, who want to come back -- the opportunity to return on a limited, rotating basis (think: one day every couple of weeks, so roughly 10% building occupancy)," the CEO explained. … [Read more...] about Google to gradually return to work as Apple reportedly plans to re-open more stores
“We’re currently getting a sneak-peak of how the infrastructure for the internet will hold up in two to three years’ time, due to the unprecedented number of people using the internet for remote work, socialising and streaming. It’s really showing us that we need to be able to scale the capacity of our internet connections,” said Dr Corcoran. … [Read more...] about 44Tbps is officially the world’s fastest internet speed
It's also impressive that GTA V seems to continuously find new ways to surprise its players by populating its world with small interactive events. The idea for the game's semi-random encounters comes from the pedestrian missions in GTA IV that were expanded in Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption. In both games, players would happen upon characters who had a few lines of speech and maybe a request to be transported somewhere or to have someone hunted down. GTA V is bursting with these kinds of things. Some, like the guy who is standing on his driveway looking at the clothes his enraged wife has thrown out of a window and who needs a ride out of there, seem tied to certain places on the map. Others, like the game's numerous sidewalk robberies, seemingly happen anywhere. These small incidents are generally welcome—except the robberies, which are V's worst annoyance—and can lead to good things. A man needing a ride to the airport, for example, gave Franklin a great stock tip. Who … [Read more...] about Grand Theft Auto V Review