Tesla’s Model S and Model X EVs are now $5K cheaper — but there’s no more free Supercharging

One of the biggest perks with buying a Tesla is access to its international network of fast-chargers, also known as the Supercharger network. Though it’s a little less sweet than it used to be as Tesla has removed free Supercharger access for new Model S and X customers. The update came earlier today along with news that Tesla is lowering the prices of its Model X and S, Reuters reports. All things considered, it’s probably not such bad news for potential new Tesla customers, but Supercharger visits will be charged from now on, that is until Tesla changes its mind.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla...
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How do marketers actually connect with a post-COVID audience? This might help

TLDR: With The Complete Digital Content Marketing Mastery Bundle, learn who to turn social media, Google, emails and even Zoom into major brand builders and money makers. As the U.S. cautiously starts to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the consumer casualties of the economic plunge caused by the virus have only just begun. In recent days, major retail names like Pier 1, Victoria’s Secret and J.C. Penney’s have all announced plans to close entirely or shutter hundreds of locations following the downturn in business. Of course, the virus fallout has only accelerated a process that’s been underway… This story continues at The Next Web...
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What this massive rotating disk galaxy tells us about our early universe

Current models of massive galaxy formation suggest that they evolve as part of a slow growth process, gradually increasing in size through mergers with smaller galaxies and the accumulation of clumps of hot gas. This means that most galaxies should have reached massive size relatively late in the course of the Universe’s 13.8 billion years history. However, the discovery of a massive rotating disk galaxy, much like our own Milky Way, when the Universe was just 1.5 billion years old calls these models into question. The discovery that the galaxy DLA0817g — nicknamed the Wolfe Disk after the late astronomer… This story continues at The Next Web...
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If you’re seeking the path to a six-figure role as a project manager, your journey starts here

It’s one thing to recommend a new professional gets certified in some core disciplines of their job if they’re looking to advance. But the real trick is often in deciding what exactly are the right credentials to reach that destination. In the project management field, certification is important — and also a lot more complicated than you might think. And we don’t mean the testing itself. With so many schools of thought and practice around how to set up, run and oversee a successful project, it’s difficult for both young and old pros alike to know which one should be… This story continues at The Next Web...
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Fujifilm’s new app makes it easy to turn your camera into a webcam

Fujifilm is making it easier to turn your camera into a webcam — if you use Windows that is. The Japanese camera-maker has released a new piece of software, called Fujifilm X Webcam, which converts X Series and GFX cameras into webcams. It’s an excellent solution for anyone looking to flex on their colleagues’ fuzzy, cheap-ass webcams during their next Zoom call. All you need is the right camera — pretty much GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, or X-T4 — and a USB cable; ah, that and a Windows machine. If you happen to have all these… This story continues at The Next Web...
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How to succeed in a post-coronavirus job market, according to Vice’s SVP

In the series “Staying inside with…,” we pick the brains of experts and interesting people in tech to find out their favorite books, courses, movies, and podcasts they’ve been enjoying during lockdown. Mark Adams, SVP and Head of Innovation at Vice, is the latest to share what’s been keeping him busy whilst staying at home. The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on both people and businesses. A total of 81% of the global workforce have had their workplace fully or partly closed and nearly 195 million full-time workers are currently at risk of losing their jobs.  Adjusting your… This story continues at The Next Web...
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A step-by-step guide to building your first Telegram bot

Chatbots are often touted as a revolution in the way users interact with technology and businesses. They have a fairly simple interface compared with traditional apps, as they only require users to chat, and the chatbots are supposed to understand and do whatever the user demands from them, at least in theory. Many industries are shifting their customer service to chatbot systems. That’s because of the huge drop in the cost compared to actual humans, and also because of the robustness and constant availability. Chatbots deliver a degree of user support without substantial additional cost. Today, chatbots are used in… This story continues at The Next Web...
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Pablo Escobar’s brother is suing Apple for $2.6B

Let’s get this out the way immediately: Pablo Escobar’s brother is suing Apple for publicity. That’s it. His company — Escobar Inc. — has used lawsuits in the past to gain public attention. It then uses this increased visibility to “launch” phones (which are literally just relabelled models by other manufacturers) and then scam the public into giving them money. Really, covering this is probably giving Escobar Inc. the publicity it wants, but the story is simply too delicious to pass on. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Anyway, TNW has seen documents that show Roberto Escobar — Pablo’s brother… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple...
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Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘S&P 500 outperformed Bitcoin over the past year’

Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Aristotle used to say: Let’s get it! Bitcoin price We closed the day, May 26 2020, at a price of $8,835. That’s a minor 0.83 percent decline in 24 hours, or -$74.54. It was the lowest closing price in one day. We’re still 56 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-time high of $20,089 (December 17 2017). Bitcoin market cap Bitcoin’s market cap ended the day at… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin...
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Everything you need to know about artificial neural networks

Welcome to Neural Basics, a collection of guides and explainers to help demystify the world of artificial intelligence. One of the most influential technologies of the past decade is artificial neural networks, the fundamental piece of deep learning algorithms, the bleeding edge of artificial intelligence. You can thank neural networks for many of applications you use every day, such as Google’s translation service, Apple’s Face ID iPhone lock and Amazon’s Alexa AI-powered assistant. Neural networks are also behind some of the important artificial intelligence breakthroughs in other fields, such as diagnosing skin and breast cancer, and giving eyes to self-driving cars. The concept… This story continues at The Next Web...
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