Tesla is planning to bring games to its electric cars’ giant touchscreens, so why doesn’t it have video playback while the car isn’t moving — something drivers have wanted for years? Don’t worry, you’ll get your wish soon. Elon Musk has responded to a question about the feature with a claim that video playback will be available with “version 10” of Tesla’s car software. He didn’t say what services would be available or when you could expect to see the update, but version 9 (with Atari games) is due to arrive by the end of August. You could be waiting a while, to put it bluntly.
Mike – thank you for everything: for setting the foundation for the games, worlds and communities that we love, and for being a guiding light and an example for us all. — Blizzard Entertainment (@Blizzard_Ent) October 3, 2018 To our community, please read here for messages from Mike Morhaime and J. Allen Brack. https://t.co/WtTdytP1p7 — […]
The breakthrough started with a new entanglement method that ensnares particles in diamond chips at 40 times per second — about 1,000 times faster than before. Previous approaches were slow enough to lose the entanglement more quickly than scientists could create it. The team also found a way to shield entanglements from noise, preventing them […]
A report from Sandvine’s Global Internet Phenomena suggests that internet users are again shifting their focus on BitTorrent owing to a plethora of Netflix competitors available in the market. Video content constitutes 58% of the total downstream volume of traffic on the internet, and just 15% of it comes from Netflix. On the other hand, BitTorrent […]