Tesla Sells S3X

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Tesla Sells S3X
Number 2279
Broadcast Date JULY 16, 2014
Episode Length 56:02
Hosts Tom Merritt
Guests Nicole Lee

Nicole Lee joins us to chat about G+ reversing the real name policy and where this weird social network fits in the landscape of the Internet. Also more on IBM and Apple making friends.



The pages listed the service as $10 a month with access to 600,000 ebooks and thousands of audiobooks. The pages have since been taken down.
The troubled Canadian company has bet a lot of its success and the strength of its enterprise management systems like BES and has been making strides toward the ability to manage multiple platforms like Android and iOS. BlackBerry CEO John Chen said, “only underscores the ongoing need for secure end-to-end enterprise mobility solutions like those BlackBerry has delivered for years.” BlackBerry stock shares took a dip in Wednesday trading.
The settlement is conditional on the outcome of a pending appeal. A ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York in Apple’s favor would either reduce the amount Apple pays to $70 million or eliminate payments altogether.
Sprint parent company Softbank wants to acquire T-Mobile USA.
BlackBerry Assistant seems to be an app-launcher and information provider similar to Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana, but without contextual suggestions like Google Now.
The robot can take photos, tell stories while showing images on its touchscreen, and of course, it can dance around and act out things. It even has touch sensors on its head. However, it is not mobile. That keeps the price down to $499. But it does recognize faces, runs on Linux and is programmed in Javascript.
The post was titled “The place to avoid in Cap-Ferret: Il Giardino” and described poor service and attitude in Doudet’s opinion. The judge ruled that the post was harmful because it showed up fourth in Google search results. The entire post has been deleted.
Once the differences are reconciled, the bill can go to the U.S. president and back-alley unlockers will be able to come out into the light of day. Also, the U.S. Congress will get to pretend it actually did something this session.

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The Times sources say Rupert Murdoch is determined to press for a takeover anyway. Fox would sell CNN as part of the deal to avoid conflicts with owning two major cable news channels. Time Warner is made up principally of Turner Broadcasting channels, HBO and Warner Brothers film studio.
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The vehicle will be 20 percent smaller than the Model S, and go more than 200 miles on a charge. Tesla plans to show off the car in 2016 and put it on sale in 2017.
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Pick of the Day

For food shopping, I can’t buy anything without scanning it with Fooducate first.

It is a curated database of food products submitted by users and evaluated by experts.

All you have to do is scan a product’s barcode and the app will give the product a letter grade based on the ingredients and nutrition information. It will also tell you how healthy the product is relative to similar products, and it will flag any ingredients that are especially good or bad based on the current research with a link that explains why.

Sometimes the results are surprising. You wouldn’t believe how different the grades are on two different brands of hummus or other “healthy” products.

The app is free for Android [AND APPLE ] with options to report allergens, gluten or track diets with a pro subscription.

I just use the free version, and I find it a lot easier than reading all the ingredients and trying to remember which are supposed to be bad ones.

Too bad it won’t tell you whether the price is a good deal. :-(



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