After morning: The boring company wants to take us to the beach


This Independence Day weekend is too late (even if it does happen, maybe next year), but the boring company wants you to go to the beach in Fort Lauderdale. This is based on the latest bid submitted by the tunnel company.

It proposes a tunnel loop connecting the city center and the beach.This Las Olas Loop Mayor Dean Trantalis said this will be an “innovative and unprecedented” way of managing traffic congestion and transit demand .

The City Council will vote on the proposal later this week, and getting the bid accepted will be a big victory for Boring Company.So far, the company at the helm of Musk has not had much success in launching cities on the passenger loop, and has even shifted some of its attention to . The only existing tunnel in Las Vegas opened in June.

But hey, who doesn’t want to go to the beach?

— Matt Smith

Gadgets and quick notes create a whole new experience.

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Apple has made some major changes and many smaller changes for its dedicated iPadOS update. According to Engadget’s Nathan Ingraham, they together form an experience that makes the iPad more customizable and flexible than before. But don’t worry, it still looks and feels like an iPad. In iPadOS 15, there are a lot of new features that need to be unzipped, but he found that widgets and home screen updates (which iPhone users see a lot in iOS 14) made the biggest difference in this public beta. continue reading.

They have downloaded more than 5.8 million times from the Play Store.

Google is trying to control (and delete) Android applications . After Dr. Web Analyst, Google removed nine apps from the Play Store They are Trojan horses that steal Facebook login information. The malware has been downloaded more than 5.8 million times in total and appeared under easy-to-find titles such as “Daily Horoscope” and “Junk Cleaner”. There are five malware variants in the mix, but they all use the same JavaScript code and configuration file format to retrieve information. continue reading.

It will land on Disney+ on September 22.

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Lucasfilm and Disney announced, Star Wars: Phantom The anthology will be available on Disney+ on September 22 and will provide a close look at the short film. You will get 9 short films from 7 studios, each with a very unique view of space fantasy-including multiple tributes to Japanese culture.Everyone seems to take a different approach to the rich Star Wars universe, and it might remind some of you of The Matrix Animation matrix Spin-off, although more focused on anime art style. continue reading.

Rear-wheel steering will help electric trucks drive in tight places.

Elon Musk revealed that Tesla is adding rear-wheel steering to Cybertruck to help electric vehicles maneuver with “high agility”. This is a rough answer to the Hummer’s crab mode and Rivian’s R1T’s tank turn. Considering the size of Cybertruck-even by truck standards, it is huge-to help parking and maneuvering in cramped places may be good news. continue reading.

The lack of a player union is at the core of the investigation.

The Department of Justice has launched an antitrust investigation into the soft salary cap of the Overwatch League, aimed at preventing teams from buying a path to victory.According to the report from, the investigation is not a criminal offense Point sportsHowever, it is reported that the Justice Department trial lawyer Kathleen Simpson Kiernan (Kathleen Simpson Kiernan) wants to know the lack of a player union that allows the league to request the same labor exemption as the traditional union sports league. This investigation does not necessarily lead to a major reorganization of the competitive environment of Overwatch. However, it does show that e-sports’ status in the United States continues to increase-and the salaries of professional players. continue reading.

The sub-brand also promised to expand Android software support.

Half a month after OnePlus announced that it would become a sub-brand of Oppo, it was revealed that it also merged its OxygenOS with its new parent company ColorOS.The two brands have decided to “best use [their] “Share resources”, which seems to mean canceling one of them. OnePlus adds that you might not even notice the difference because these changes are happening behind the scenes.

OnePlus’ OxygenOS will remain the operating system for OnePlus devices released globally.As 9to5Google Note that OnePlus phones released in China already run ColorOS, and this may still be the case. These changes will have some benefits: OnePlus also promises to provide better and longer Android update support. The OnePlus 8 series and the brand’s new flagship will receive three major Android updates and four-year security updates in the future. continue reading.

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