The week of May 15 was marked by several announcements such as the arrival of the driving license in smartphone version, a fine for Google and a new version of the Tesla Model 3.
This 4K HDR TV will be “free”
The American manufacturer Telly had the brilliant idea of launching an HDR-compatible 4K TV… free. The trap is that this television has a second screen, below the main display, which will show you continuous advertising.
Here is the new Tesla Model 3 with great autonomy and at an unbeatable price
Tesla announced this week a new version of its Model 3, the Tesla Model 3 Grande Autonomie RWD. The vehicle can already be ordered directly on the manufacturer’s website in the “available vehicles” section. On the other hand, only the white color will give right to the ecological bonus.
The dematerialized driving license comes to your smartphone: understanding how it works
After the identity card, the turn of the driving license to be available in dematerialized version on smartphone. As for the other documents, this goes through the France Identity application, available on both iPhone and Android, in early access for the moment.
Google Pixel 4: when “creativity” leads to a hefty fine
Google was fined $8 million in the United States. In question this time, not questions related to privacy, but advertisements deemed misleading and broadcast on several American radio stations. Google then asked animators to say that they had used the Pixel 4 when this had not been the case.
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