Tesla's first V3 charging stations are open to the public.
After several tests with early access customers, eight V3 charging stations are available to all Tesla owners at the factory and support speeds of up to 250 kW. This means owners of a long-haul model 3 (which supports charging at this speed) can add 1
FedEx Express drops Amazon.
FedEx said it is prepared to supply "thousands" of e-commerce retailers, which are expected to increase from 50 million packages to 100 million packages per day by 2026 in the United States. As a result, the Express segment will no longer do business with Amazon – which represented only about 1.3 percent of 2018 revenue. Interestingly, the move is only days after Amazon unveiled the latest design for its delivery drone.
Oppo and Xiaomi show their selfie cameras under the display
Brian Shen, VP of Oppo, showed Weibo in a short video clip an apparently nondescript prototype of a smartphone lying on a desk. The camera app was launched, and despite the lack of a visible front-facing camera, the screen still seemed to show a live view of the ceiling.
Not to be outdone, Xiaomi told Prez Lin Bin a video clip that was supposedly released last month's recording in which a sub-screen camera was added to a Mi 9 prototype. "No hole, no notch, no pop-up camera."
Valve Hands-On Index: Impressive, Expensive, Uncomfortable VR
 According to Devindra Hardawar, this is "the most exciting desktop VR headset I've seen in years, offering all the upgrades I've been looking for something like the Oculus Rift S, and no disadvantages of less portable hardware like the Quest. "
Walmart's new delivery service will put food directly into your fridge, a proprietary "portable camera" to gain access to customers' homes, which will allow [allow] customers access to their homes [give] To remotely monitor the deliveries "so that even the most security-conscious people can keep an eye on their belongings.
GM and Michelin will equip cars with airless tires until 2024. Speeds – Earlier options usually only work if you move slowly – they are not as visually appealing as conventional tires, but Michelin claims they are just as comfortable.
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