It’s too late for this Independence Day weekend (and even if it happens, probably next year), but the Boring Company wants to come to the beach in Fort Lauderdale. It is according to the latest offer presented by the tunneling company.
It proposes a tunnel loop that would connect the city center and the beach. U The Loop Waves would be an “innovative and unprecedented” way to manage traffic congestion and transit demands, Mayor Dean Trantalis .
The City Commission will vote on the proposal later this week, and receiving the accepted offer would be a huge victory for the Boring Company. This particular company led by Musk has not been so successful so far when it comes to launching cities on passenger cycles and has also shifted some attention to . The only existing tunnel, in Las Vegas, was launched in June.
But hey, who doesn’t want to go to the beach?
– Mat Smith
Widgets and Quick Notes create a new experience.
Apple has made a handful of significant changes and a handful of smaller ones for its dedicated iPadOS update. According to Nathan Ingraham of Engadget, they all add an experience that makes the iPad more customizable and flexible than before. But don’t worry, it still looks and feels like an iPad. On iPadOS 15, there are a few new features to unpack, but I found that widgets and home screen updates (many of which iPhone users have seen in iOS 14) make the biggest difference. in this public beta. Continue reading.
They had more than 5.8 million downloads from the Play Store.
It comes to Disney + on September 22nd.
Lucasfilm and Disney have announced that the Star Wars: Visions the anthology will be available on Disney + on September 22 and will offer a close look at the shorts. You will receive nine shorts from seven studies, each with a very different view of space fantasy – including more than a few insights into Japanese culture. Everyone seems to have a different approach to the rich Star Wars universe, and it might remind some of you of The Matrix Animatrix spin-offs, although more focused on anime art styles. Continue reading.
The steering of the rear wheel will help the electric truck navigate in tight spots.
Elon Musk revealed that Tesla is adding a steering wheel to the Cybertruck to help maneuver EV with “high agility.” It’s an approved response to Hummer’s Crab Mode and Rivian’s R1T sequel revolves around it. Given the size of the Cybertruck – it’s great even by truck standards – assistance with parking and maneuvering out of tight spaces could be good news. Continue reading.
The lack of a players ’union is at the heart of the investigation.
The Department of Justice has launched an antitrust investigation into Overwatch League soft wage limits intended to prevent teams from buying their way to victory. The investigation is not criminal, according to the report Dot Sports, but DOJ trial attorney Kathleen Simpson Kiernan has questioned the lack of a players ’union that would allow the league to claim the same work exemptions found in conventional sports leagues. This investigation will not necessarily lead to a major upheaval of the Overwatch competitive scene. However, he points out, the growing stature of eSports in the United States – and the salaries of pro-gamers. Continue reading.
The sub-brand also promises extended Android software support.
Half a month after OnePlus announced it would become an Oppo sub-brand, it was revealed that it would also merge its OxygenOS with its new parent company ColorOS. Both brands came to the decision of “better leverage [their] common resources, “which seems to translate into nixing one of them. OnePlus added that you can’t even notice a difference because the changes are happening behind the scenes.
OnePlus ’OxygenOS will always be the operating system for OnePlus devices released worldwide. As well as 9to5Google note, OnePlus phones released in China already run ColorOS and that will probably remain the case. There will be some benefits to these changes: OnePlus also promises better and longer Android update support. The OnePlus 8 series and the brand’s latest flagships will receive three major Android updates and four years of security updates ahead. Continue reading.
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