Tesla launches subscription service for advanced driver assistance software

Tesla Inc said on Saturday it has introduced an option for some customers to subscribe to its advanced driver assistance software, dubbed “Full Self-Driving capability”, for $199 per month, instead of paying $10,000 upfront. Tesla has previously said its subscription service would generate recurring revenue and expand the customer base for pricy features including lane…

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Great deals at Concepts Computers mid-year extravaganza sale

Concepts Computers has kicked off its Mid-year 2021 Extravaganza offering great deals and prices. Customers can enjoy exclusive discounts on a wide variety of its products including Acer laptops from affordable to high-end models, Logitech peripherals and printers, among others at their showroom in Kiulap. The highlighted item on promotion includes one of their most…

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Ferrari unveils $320,000 hybrid sports car in its race to electric

Ferrari unveiled a new first plug-in hybrid car on Thursday as the luxury sports car maker famed for its roaring combustion engines retools its range for an electric era. The 296 GTB is Ferrari’s third hybrid to go into series production, which excludes limited-edition vehicles. It follows the SF 90 Stradale in 2019 and a…

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Honda hopes new Civic hatchback to be basis for more efficient cars

Honda Motor Co unveiled its latest Civic hatchback designs on Thursday, with hopes that the all-new model will become a foundation for developing cars more efficiently. The eleventh generation model of the Civic reflects Honda’s company-wide initiative dubbed Honda Architecture, which is aimed to increase the efficiency of development and to expand parts-sharing for mass-produced…

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Huawei plans to launch new operating system for phones in June

China’s Huawei Technologies (HWT.UL) said it will launch its new Harmony operating system for smartphones on June 2, its biggest move yet aimed at recovering from the damage done by U.S. sanctions to its mobile phone business. The use of its own operating system will mean it will no longer be reliant on Android. U.S….

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Europe regulator sees first flying taxis in 2024 or 2025

Europe could see the first flying taxis enter service as early as 2024, the region’s top aviation regulator said on Wednesday. More than half a dozen European firms have announced developments of Urban Air Mobility vehicles for passenger use or for unmanned cargo sorties such as delivering medical supplies. “I believe that commercial use of…

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Mobileye, ZF team on advanced safety systems for Toyota

Intel Corp’s Mobileye and German supplier ZF (ZFF.UL) said Tuesday they will jointly develop advanced safety systems for future Toyota Motor Corp vehicles. Mobileye will provide its camera-based system-on-a-chip, which ZF will integrate with its latest automotive radar system, the companies said. The technologies will enhance a range of automated safety functions, including automatic emergency…

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Formula One great to develop electric vans, SUVs for carmakers, startups

Supercar maker the Gordon Murray Group said on Tuesday it plans a 300-million-pound ($420 million) expansion over the next five years, which includes developing electric SUVs and delivery vehicles for carmakers as it shifts towards an all-electric supercar by 2030. “Electric is what we’ve been missing and that’s where the future is,” founder and chairman…

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