Apple's newest MacBook Pro is not a new design that some expect. But this is a great improvement of the existing formula, especially in the speed department. For $ 200 more than MacBook Air, you get a much faster machine.
Engadget's guide to all the facilities you need this summer
The weather is fine, we get there. It is time to go outdoors and enjoy the open air, whether it be the path or the backyard. This week we have some recommendations to increase it. If you really want to escape, we can show you how technology can help you live in the full-time nature (and keep your job) and what to pack (natural) disaster. For those who just want to enjoy the journey between home and work, we also have something for you.
Elon Musk's Neralcine plans to install brain-computer interfaces in humans next year
Two years ago, we heard that Elon Musk was seriously investing in Neuralink, a company dedicated to building a device that connects the human brain to computers, Now he has revealed the "threads" and the other hardware he thinks he can do the job. So far, it has been done in rats and, according to Musk, "the monkey has been able to control the computer with his brain."
Thanks to a robot that carefully inserts the conductors near groups of neurons, the hope is that it will only help patients recover things like movement or vision, but they are likely to help humanity keep up with AI.
After decades of speculation and almost endless irritation, Chevrolet revealed the long-awaited Corvette with average power. Designed to start production later this year, the 2020 Stingray brings the "fastest 0-60 time to every Corvette everywhere" – with a declared start price below $ 60,000 and a right-hand drive version – thanks to the atmospheric 6.2 L V8 engine with power 495 hp
The data / Valet Mode added in 2014 is updated for 1080p high definition recording and the nose can use GPS to remember where the speeds are, then automatically lift up approaching. It also has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Wireless Charging, and NFC.
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