Elon Musk’s Ex-Chief Engineer Creates A New Car—And Says It Beats Tesla

Elon Musk’s Ex-Chief Engineer Creates A New Car—And Says It Beats Tesla

The $169,000 Lucid Air is coming this spring, and Peter Rawlinson claims it’ll be the fastest, longest-range electric vehicle on the planet. He should know. A decade ago, he engineered Tesla’s Model S…


Apple to Invest $3.6 Billion in Kia Motors for Apple Car Production

Apple is rumored to be planning to invest 4 trillion won ($3.6 billion) in Kia Motors as part of a planned manufacturing partnership between the two companies, according to Korean site DongA Ilbo (via Bloomberg)…


Apple Mixed-Reality Headset to Have Two 8K Displays, Cost $3,000

A recent report suggested that an Apple mixed-reality headset would be the Mac Pro of VR devices, priced at a level where the company would only expect to sell one unit per day per Apple Store…


Scientists Achieve ‘Transformational’ Breakthrough in Scaling Quantum Computers

Scientists have developed a new kind of cryogenic computer chip capable of functioning at temperatures so cold, it approaches the theoretical limit of absolute zero…


Amazon Is Using AI-Equipped Cameras in Delivery Vans and Some Drivers Are Concerned About Privacy

Amazon drivers at some U.S. facilities will soon have an extra set of eyes watching them when they hit the road to make their daily deliveries…


This Game-Changing Graphene Tattoo Can Continuously Monitor Your Brainwaves

Baruch “Boris” Goldstein, the co-founder and executive chairman of a company called Brain Scientific, Inc., is an aspiring tattooist. But don’t expect him to ink you a gnarly dragon or a tribal sleeve. Goldstein’s tattoos come with a few conditions: They’re on your head, they’re done using an ink made of all-around wonder material graphene, and they’re capable of reading your brainwaves. So you’ll need to go someplace else for that flaming skull or butterfly design you’ve been weighing up during lockdown…


Miami Mayor Says Elon Musk Will Tunnel Under the City for Just $30 Million

Elon Musk told Miami’s mayor Friday that The Boring Company could dig a two-mile tunnel under the city for as little as $30 million — a fraction of the $1 billion price tag once quoted by local transit officials. Musk also told the Mayor that The Boring Company could complete the job in six months, versus the original four year estimate…

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