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Tesla To Host Grand Opening For Ginormous Gigafactory Model 3 Battery Plant July 29th

Tesla To Host Grand Opening For Ginormous Gigafactory Model 3 Battery Plant July 29th Tesla has just made it official that its much-anticipated Gigafactory will have its grand opening on July 29th. The company itself hasn't issued a public statement on this event, but invites have already been sent out to Tesla owners and others in Tesla's good graces. To say that those who get invited by Tesla is an exclusive club would

            
 


Microsoft’s Chinese Users Also Complaining About Overly Aggressive Windows 10 Push

Microsoft’s Chinese Users Also Complaining About Overly Aggressive Windows 10 Push Sometimes, it's amazing - potentially jaw-dropping - to see huge companies make really boneheaded decisions. A great example of this came to us this past week when Microsoft rolled out an update to its Windows 10 upgrade mechanism in Windows 7 and 8 that could automatically start the process of the upgrade by closing the dialog box. It seems

            
 


Apple’s Rumored Echo Fighter To Feature Built-In Camera For Facial Recognition

Apple’s Rumored Echo Fighter To Feature Built-In Camera For Facial Recognition When Amazon infused its Alexa digital assistant into a cylindrical device and called it Echo, many were left scratching their heads. "Who on Earth would need such a thing?" Well, Echo might be the perfect example of something you don't realize is cool, or useful, until you actually use it. If you want proof that Echo has merit (in addition

            
 


SpaceX Nails Third At-Sea Landing In A Row With Falcon 9 Rocket

SpaceX Nails Third At-Sea Landing In A Row With Falcon 9 Rocket SpaceX is just making this look way too easy now. Yesterday, the company landed yet another Falcon 9 rocket successfully on its floating “drone ship” in the Atlantic Ocean. This was the third straight “at sea” landing and the fourth overall successful landing for SpaceX (the first occurred on a landing pad at Cape Canaveral back in December). The

            
 


Amazon Stuffs Alexa Into Your Browser With Online Echo Simulator

Amazon Stuffs Alexa Into Your Browser With Online Echo Simulator Amazon is bringing Alexa, its voice powered digital assistant, to a wider audience, and this time it doesn't require the purchase of a smart speaker like Echo. Alexa is now available right inside your browser as part of a project called Echosim.io, which uses 3D JavaScript animations and Alexa Voice Service (AVS) integration. "Echosim.io

            
 


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