Mike Manley, CEO of FCA, confirms that the electric Fiat 500 will arrive in 2020 and that it will be produced at FCA. Continue reading “The electric Fiat 500 will arrive in 2020”
Tesla has inserted a nice Easter egg in his app all dedicated to the famous saga of Back to the Future.
Fans of the Back to the Future saga can only appreciate the Easter egg that Tesla has carefully hidden in its official smartphone app, the one that allows you to remotely control your electric cars. The company of Elon Musk is certainly not new to the inclusion of some Easter eggs in the software of its cars but in this case, has achieved something very special. Continue reading “Tesla puts Back to the Future in his app”
A teaser from Volkswagen for the Geneva Motor Show with an electric dune buggy.
Electric mobility is the future, but Volkswagen wants to bring back the past in vogue, clearly electrified. After presenting the electric Bulli (now called ID Buzz) we move to the electric dune buggy: it will be unveiled totally at the Geneva Motor Show, which will be held from 7 to 17 March. The return of a classic leisure vehicle, but with modern design and technology. The vehicle will take advantage of the Meb modular electric platform, used precisely by the group for the ID family models. Continue reading “Volkswagen shows the electric dune buggy”
The system uses a series of acoustic transmitters that are located under a part of the screen surface of a mobile device. Continue reading “Apple develops fingerprint reader based on sound”
Subscribers to “Xbox Game Pass” will be able to access new titles of great popularity during February, such as “Shadow of the Tomb Raider”, “The Walking Dead: The First Complete Season” and “Pumped BMX Pro”. Continue reading “Xbox adds new games to its subscription service”
The Chinese market, which accounts for approximately 30% of smartphone sales, was especially affected with a 10% drop. Continue reading ““The worst year” for the smartphone market was 2018″
The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, called the failure of Apple “FaceTime” as a serious matter related to consumer rights and asked the Division of Consumer Protection to provide assistance “in any way possible. Continue reading “They will investigate Apple by mistake in “FaceTime” application”
How can we be sure that the components used in future generations of technology, and not only 5G, will be safe? In this text, the commissioner for the security of the European Union offers some clues. Continue reading “Analysis: This way we can guarantee a safe digital revolution”