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I will admit, I never believed that Apple would launch a phone for obvious reasons. Now that both devices are out, it seems like the business had no reason to think it was the fate. The esteemed Cherlynn Low took a deep dive into the pair and found that two devices are full of refinements.

The 13 is obviously not as radical an upgrade as its predecessor, and could just as well have been called the 12S if Apple had wanted to avoid it curse number. The focus here is on polishing these devices to an even higher gloss, with the majority of the improvements visible in the enhanced imaging. All in all, though, the usual rule applies: if you’re ready to upgrade from an older iPhone, pull the trigger, but don’t get out of the way of breaking your contract early.

At the same time, Apple has announced that you can include your COVID-19 vaccination card. It should help weary future travelers who want to get around the world without worrying about their paperwork. Plus, as part of the rollout of iOS 15, it’s now available in Apple Music if you hang the AirPods Pro or Max to your ears (or head).

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The temptations to take your eyes off the road are too great.

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A team at MIT believes that drivers using Tesla’s Autopilot system are. Researchers have found that drivers spend less time looking at the road, despite the fact that Autopilot is not a fully autonomous system. Instead, their gaze is often directed downward and toward the center console, which is the kind of thing you would do if you were playing with Tesla’s sturdy touch screen or your phone. Data like this Tesla is unlikely to like the safety authorities, especially if the new head of the NTSB already knows that marketing for Autopilot is ‘misleading and irresponsible’.

It also announced a new Specter x360 2-in-1 with a 16-inch OLED screen

Image of the HP Envy 34

HP

HP removed the dust sheets from a myriad of new equipment, with the heading, and grabbed all the headings. The machine packs a 34-inch 5K large-screen display, a detachable webcam and a wireless charging pad built into the bottom of the container.

Specifically, you can equip this thing with an 11th generation Core i9 CPU, RTX 3080 GPU and 32 GB RAM. Built to take advantage of Windows 11’s Snap Layouts, this should be the ideal set for the creative professional in your life.

At the same time, the company also unveiled a new model that offers the possibility of a beautiful 16-inch 4K OLED screen. It may be equipped with Intel’s Evo graphics or an RTX 3050 GPU, but we would bet that the latter is better suited to manage all the beautiful pixels.

It does not shout e-bike, and it is all the better for it.

Review by James Trew

James Trew

As much as we all like to cycle to work, reduce our carbon emissions and generally do better, the price of an e-bike is often a point. If some businesses are trying to charge $ 6,000 for a whip, you have to wonder at what point micro-mobility will be available to the rest of us.

Tenways wants to address this issue with the, which is currently sold on Indiegogo (regular reservation applies) for $ 1,400. The CGO 600 has a 250W battery hidden in the bottom tube, and hardly looks like an e-bike, both great benefits. Our James Trew has been driving around on this thing for the past few weeks and has nothing but praise for it.

It will be divided into two sections, one focusing on the ISS and one on interplanetary excursions.

NASA’s plans to move people around the moon and Mars mean the organization needs to shake things up. Administrator Bill Nelson announced that the agency focuses one on space operations and the other on exploration. Simply put, the former will focus on domestic matters such as launch operations, missions to the ISS and eventually return to the moon. The latter will meanwhile be responsible for building the technology with which Project Artemis will eventually take people to the Red Planet.

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