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This Cybertruck That Underwent Bulletproof Testing Makes For A Wild Sight.

Shortly after the tweet showcasing the bullet-riddled Cybertruck went viral, Elon Musk reacted to it and confirmed that Tesla did, actually, spray bullets at this particular unit “Al Capone’ style.” He claimed that the vehicle withstood the firepower of an entire Tommy Gun magazine and added that the passenger cabin remained safe throughout the test, …

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Amazon starts testing humanoid robot for warehouse work

Amazon Amazon says its warehouses now deploy more than 750,000 robots, most of them robotic arms or wheel-based machines designed for repetitive jobs to free up employees for other tasks. But Amazon’s latest deployment may have some warehouse workers looking over their shoulders as this particular contraption looks and moves more like them. Undergoing testing …

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Is Conor McGregor in the USADA testing pool? UFC star’s eligibility explained ahead of potential comeback

Conor McGregor has officially re-entered the USADA testing pool, with the UFC megastar poised for a return to the Octagon in 2024. After initially being sidelined due to an injury suffered against Dustin Poirier, the former dual-division champion has been pushing for a comeback, with a showdown against Michael Chandler originally slated for this year. …

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Wisk Aero starts flight testing electric autonomous aircraft in Los Angeles

Electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle company Wisk Aero has started flight testing a version of its autonomous air taxi aircraft in Los Angeles, according to CEO Brian Yutko. The flight test of its fifth-generation aircraft, also known as Cora, out of the Long Beach Airport near Los Angeles doesn’t necessarily mean that Wisk will …

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Twitter/X testing three new paid tiers in an effort to stop losing money

Twitter/X is continuing to throw monetisation plans against the wall to see what sticks. Its latest questionable projectile? Subscription tiers. Bloomberg reports that the aspiring “everything” platform is currently testing dividing its subscription service X Premium, previously called Twitter Blue, into three separate tiers. Though they are being separated into Basic, Standard, and Plus tiers, …

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