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Tesla Is Now Taking Pre-orders for Its Fully-Electric Semi Truck

The company says the truck can accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in 20 seconds when fully loaded. The all-electric vehicle will also be powered by four independent motors on the rear axles, and have a battery range of either 300 or 500 miles.

8 Key Announcements From the Google I/O Event

At this year's Google I/O conference, the company announced not only the new Android version but also new devices, including its first Pixel Watch, the affordable Pixel 6A, the flagship Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, and the Pixel Buds Pro headphones.

Tesla Launches a Microphone for In-Car Karaoke in China

A recent software update allows you to sing in a parked electric vehicle and enjoy your favorite hits. The microphone automatically pairs with the infotainment system and has several sound modes.

Elon Musk's Neuralink to Start Implanting Brain Chips in Humans in 2022

Neuralink's brain chips are intended for medical purposes and aim to help partially or fully paralyzed individuals and people with severe spinal-cord injuries and neurological disorders.

Tesla to Release a Four-Motor Version of Cybertruck

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed new details about the upcoming Cybertruck electric pickup truck. According to Musk, its initial production will begin with a four-motor variant.

Samsung Unveils iTest Web App for iPhone That Mimics Galaxy Interface

Samsung introduced the iTest web application, which allows you to experience Android smartphone features with One UI on an iPhone with Apple's iOS platform. The site was apparently developed by Samsung's New Zealand division.

SpaceX's Starlink Internet Now Works Two Times Faster

Based on data from the Federal Communications Commission of the United States of America, Starlink's average speed reaches 80 Mbit/s, which itself is higher than that of the US competitors such as HughesNet and Viasat.

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