Tesla expects to have full self-driving cars in which humans will not have to touch the steering wheel by around the second quarter of next year.
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Eskom “isn’t on the brink of financial collapse” and the government has the problem “well under control”, public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan has said.
Samsung’s decision to delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone shows that these gimmicks may be more hassle than they’re worth.
After almost a week with the Galaxy Fold, Samsung’s effort feels like a concept device, not a finished product.
Huawei Technologies shrugged off efforts by the US government to stop other nations using its technology, with revenue jumping on shipments of phones, 5G equipment and other products.
Elon Musk is in a rare public dispute with a critical supplier, Panasonic, the company that makes all of the lithium-ion battery cells that power Tesla’s electric vehicles.
Chinese regulators have sketched out new requirements for videogame approvals following a year of scrutiny.
Less than a week after the CEO of Eskom declared “the days of surprises are over”, documents show the government was forced to pay R5-billion in emergency funds so the utility could meet obligations.
Millions more Instagram users were affected by a password security lapse than parent company Facebook acknowledged nearly four weeks ago.
It’s the overriding question about foldable phones: can they survive all that, er, folding? The answer seems to be no.