Automotive Startup Canoo Debuts a Snub-Nosed Electric Pickup

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Car and Driver: Canoo, an electric automotive startup based in California, has expanded its lineup of forthcoming electric vehicles by revealing this snub-nosed pickup. The pickup, which sports a design similar to Canoo's passenger van, will offer more than 200 miles of range and as much as 600 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque with the dual-motor configuration; a rear motor configuration will also be offered. That power and range, and a full six-to...
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Tantoo Cardinal & More Round Out Killers of the Flower Moon Indigenous Cast

Tantoo Cardinal & more round out Killers of the Flower Moon Indigenous cast Just a month after finding its lead Indigenous star in Lily Gladstone (First Cow), Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon has rounded out its diverse cast with the additions of Tantoo Cardinal (Stumptown), Cara Jade Myers (This Is Us), JaNae Collins (Longmire) and Jillian Dion (Legion), according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: The Irishman’s Jesse Plemons Joins Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon The f...
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Adobe Officially Releases Photoshop For Apple M1, Says It's 50% Faster

Adobe today officially unveiled Photoshop for Apple's M1 chip, claiming it provides a 50% performance boost compared to analogous Intel Macs. The Next Web reports: While Adobe has had a beta version of Photoshop for M1 available since November, this is the first time it's been available widely. Previously Apple users could run the Intel version through Apple's Rosetta technology, which didn't fully take advantage of the new chip's power. [According to Adobe:] "Our internal tests show a wide ra...
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Makers of that bowling alley drone video reveal hardest move

A 90-second drone shot captured at a bowling alley has wowed even the most experienced pilots. But which move was the hardest to nail?
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Makers of that bowling alley drone video reveal hardest flight maneuver

A 90-second drone shot captured at a bowling alley has wowed even the most experienced pilots. But which move was the hardest to nail?
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Google details recent memory savings in Chrome for Mac, Windows, and Android

Chrome is frequently criticized for its memory usage, and Google has been working to address those perennial complaints in recent...
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Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Cast Adds Four Indigenous Actors

Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon is set within the Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma, and the filmmaker is making sure he casts indigenous actors to fill out the film’s cast. Lily Gladstone, an actress of Blackfeet and Nimii’puu Nez Perce heritage, was previously cast alongside Jesse Plemons, Robert De Niro, and Leonardo DiCaprio. Now, four more indigenous performers have joined the cast: Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, and Jillian Dion. Variety has the news that Ma...
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Luminar, Volvo subsidiary partner to sell automated driving systems to automakers

Luminar Technologies has deepened ties with Volvo Cars to develop and eventually sell an automated driving system for highways to other automakers. The partnership, announced Thursday, is between Luminar and Volvo’s self-driving software subsidiary Zenseact. The two companies are combining their tech to create what Luminar founder and CEO Austin Russell described as a “holistic autonomous vehicle stack”  made for production vehicles. Volvo will be the first customer. Russell and Zenseact CEO Ödg...
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Cryptominers Have Already Cracked Nvidia's RTX 3060 Hash Rate Limiter

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechRadar: When the GeForce RTX 3060 was launched on February 25, Nvidia announced that the mining efficiency of the graphics card was deliberately being reduced by around 50% in a bid to get more of the GPUs directly to gamers. However, this limitation appears to have been quickly bypassed by Chinese cryptocurrency miners using customized mods. There was already concern brewing about how well the limiter would stand against savvy miners, but Nvidia has b...
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Open-Source App Lets Anyone Create a Virtual Army of Hackintoshes

samleecole writes from a report via Motherboard: MacOS is generally intended as a desktop operating system, and while it's a very functional operating system, Apple expects it to run on a single piece of hardware. As any developer or infrastructure architect can tell you, virtualization is an impressive technique that allows programmers and infrastructure pros to expand reach and scale things up far beyond a single user. A Github project that has gotten a bit of attention in recent months aims t...
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Google Chrome 89 launches even faster on Android with “freeze-dried tabs”

Google said it is advancing memory management and improving performance in Chrome 89, with one of the improvements being "freeze-dried tabs."
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Terry Crews Has His Own Cryptocurrency Because Why Not?

Soon you could be spending money minted by Terry Crews—certainly an exciting piece of news if that’s been an ambition of yours.Read more...
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Tim Berners-Lee says too many young people are excluded from web

In a letter to mark 32 years of the internet, its founder says getting 2.2 billion fully online must be a priorityToo many young people around the world are excluded from accessing the internet, and getting them online should be a priority for the post-Covid era, Tim Berners-Lee has said.In a letter published to mark the 32nd birthday of the web, its founder says the opportunity “to reimagine our world and create something better” in the aftermath of Covid-19 must be channelled to getting intern...
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Legl gets $7M to help law firms upgrade to digital workflows

B2B SaaS startup Legl has bagged $7M in Series A funding led by Octopus Ventures for its platform for law firms which offers tools to streamline core business processes such as customer onboarding, due diligence and payments. Existing investors Backed, Samaipata and First Round Capital, and angels including Carlos Gonzalez-Cadenas (ex CPO and COO GoCardless), Al Giles (ex CRO of legal business Axiom) and Hayden Brown (CEO of Upwork), also participated in the round. The UK startup was founded jus...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Europe, UK, Tech, SaaS, Legal Tech, CrowdJustice, Upwork, Octopus Ventures, Julia, Julia Salasky, Samaipata, Salasky, Zoe Chambers, Hayden Brown, COVID

2021 Maybach S 580 Tips the Scales at $184,900

Yesterday, Maybach heralded the arrival of the S 580, with the type of announcement you’d expect if you started at $184,900, or roughly 69 percent of the $269,039 median home price nationwide, according to Considering that Beverly Hills, California is the only place in the U.S. where I’ve seen more Maybachs on the street […] The post 2021 Maybach S 580 Tips the Scales at $184,900 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Best cheap Mac Mini deals for March 2021

Looking for a compact MacOS desktop? Here are some great cheap Mac Mini deals you can score online right now.
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Apple sues former MacBook product design employee for allegedly leaking to the press

Apple says the employee, whose resume says he worked at Apple for more than 11 years, leaked information from internal meetings and documents.
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Apple is suing a former advanced materials engineer, accusing him of stealing trade secrets for a journalist

Sean Gallup/Getty Images Apple sued a former employee on Thursday, accusing him of stealing trade secrets for a journalist. Apple claimed the veteran materials engineer leaked insider info to get positive press for his startup. Apple also claimed the employee leaked details about an unannounced "Project X." See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple is suing a former employee on accusations he stole and leaked company trade secrets to a journalist to get positive press coverag...
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Daily Crunch: NFT artwork sells for $69M

The artist Beeple scores a huge NFT sale, Twitter Spaces are coming soon and Seth Rogen’s weed startup launches in the U.S. This is your Daily Crunch for March 11, 2021. The big story: NFT artwork sells for $69M For the first time, auction house Christie sold a digital-only artwork: “Everydays — The First 5000 Days,” a collage of several years of sketches from the artist Mike Winkelmann, who’s known online as Beeple. Yes, it’s another one of those NFT (non-fungible token) sales you’ve been hea...
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3D-Printed, Rock Pi-Powered Screensaver Aquarium Is Serene To Behold

MojoKid writes: Some may think it strange to design and build an entire PC and custom enclosure, dedicated to running a 20-year-old screensaver, but retro computing fans and well-seasoned enthusiasts may remember the SereneScreen Marine Aquarium. This classic screensaver from the late 90s was created by the legendary artist of Defender of the Crown and more, Jim Sachs. SereneScreen's combination of beautiful fish and technology is still mesmerizing, so why not build a miniature, 3D-printed aquar...
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Former Employees Explain What Facebook Has to Lose When Apple Implements App Tracking Transparency

As Apple prepares to implement App Tracking Transparency changes in iOS 14.5, CNBC spoke with several former Facebook employees to get details on why Facebook has been so heavily against the planned privacy updates. Starting this spring, Facebook and other app developers will need to get express permission to access a user's advertising identifier, or IDFA, which is used to track usage across apps and websites for ad targeting purposes. Facebook has campaigned heavily against App Tracking Tra...
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Android Users Can Finally Preview Pages in Chrome

Until recently, the only way to open a link in Chrome’s mobile browser was to leave your current page or punt the link to a separate tab. Neither scenario is ideal, especially if you just want to briefly browse a link before opening it. Thankfully, Chrome now finally lets you preview hyperlinks in Android.Read more...
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Coupang follows Roblox to a strong first day of trading

Another day brings another pubic debut of a multibillion dollar company that performed well out of the gate. This time it’s Coupang, whose shares are currently up just over 46% to more than $51 after pricing at $35, $1 above the South Korean e-commerce giant’s IPO price range. Raising one’s range and then pricing above it only to see the public markets take the new equity higher is somewhat par for the course when it comes to the most successful recent debuts, to which we can add Coupang. The co...
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Best cheap iMac deals for March 2021

Looking to get your hands on a sleek all-in-one Mac computer? We've got the best cheap iMac deals right here.
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Netflix Tests Cracking Down On Password Sharing

Netflix is testing a new feature that could signal the start of an effort to crack down on password sharing. Hollywood Reporter reports: Spotted by GammaWire, some viewers attempting to use somebody else's account are now being stopped by a screen that says, "If you don't live with the owner of this account, you need your own account to keep watching." Netflix confirmed the new feature, which is getting a limited rollout at this time. "This test is designed to help ensure that people using Netfl...
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Review: Cozy's MagPad Adds Style and Functionality to Apple's MagSafe Charger

The MagPad by Cozy is a soft, silicone pad that's designed to fit over Apple's MagSafe Charger. Priced at around $7, the MagPad comes in a range of colors and patterns. Size wise, the MagPad adds about an inch of additional space to the MagPad (in circumference), and it's about the size of a standard Qi-based wireless charger. The silicone material is textured and the bright colors are more attractive than the standard white ‌MagSafe‌ color. The back of the MagPad has a cutout for the ‌Mag...
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How to watch 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' - the 4-hour superhero epic is an HBO Max exclusive

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. "Zack Snyder's Justice League" will be twice as long as the original cut released in 2017. Warner Bros. "Zack Snyder's Justice League" will debut on HBO Max on March 18. Nicknamed the #SnyderCut, the film overhauls the 2017 release with roughly two hours of new footage. The "Snyder Cut" won't be released in theaters, so you need HBO Max ($15 a month) to watch. Max (small) HBO Max will premie...
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Reimagining 311 for the City of San José

Editor’s Note: Today marks the second annual National 311 Day. We talked with the City of San José’s CTO to learn about how they worked with Fellows to connect residents to the information they needed. National 311 Day is a day to remind communities nationwide to use 311, a resource to connect with their city’s non-emergency services. It’s an important tool that cities use to unburden 911 call-takers of non-emergency calls, allowing them to quickly respond to residents’ most urgent ne...
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YouTube Removed 30,000 Videos With COVID-19 Misinformation

YouTube has taken down more than 30,000 videos that made misleading or false claims about COVID-19 vaccines over the last six months. Axios reports: YouTube first started including vaccination misinformation in its COVID-19 medical misinformation policy in October 2020. Since February 2020, YouTube has taken down more than 800,000 videos containing coronavirus misinformation. The videos are first flagged by either the company's AI systems or human reviewers, then receive another level of review....
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Netflix May Soon Crack Down on Password Sharing

Netflix may be cracking down on those who share passwords between separate households, according to a test found by The Streamable. Some Netflix subscribers have been getting a message about not living with the account holder when attempting to stream content. "If you don't live with the owner of this account, you need your own account to keep watching," reads the warning message. From there, users are prompted to verify the account with an email or text verification code, or to sign up for a...
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