It’s too late for this weekend for Independence Day (and even if it happens, probably next year), but the Boring Company wants to take you to the beach in Fort Lauderdale. This is according to the latest offer submitted by the tunnel company.
He suggests a tunnel loop that would connect the city center and the beach. The Las Olas Loop would be an “innovative and unprecedented” way to manage traffic congestion and transit requirements, Mayor Dean Trantalis .
The city commission will vote on the proposal later this week, and accepting the offer would be a big gain for the boring company. This particular company with a musk rudder has not had much success so far when it comes to putting cities on passenger loops, and has even shifted some of its attention to . The only existing tunnel, in Las Vegas, was launched in June.
But hey, who doesn’t want to go to the beach?
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Widgets and quick notes create a new experience.
Apple has made a few significant changes and a host of minor ones for its dedicated iPadOS update. According to Enghanget’s Nathan Ingraham, they all add an experience that makes the iPad more adaptable and flexible than before. But don’t worry, it still looks and looks like an iPad. There are a lot of new features that can be unpacked in iPadOS 15, but he found that add-ons and home screen updates (a lot of what iPhone users saw in iOS 14) make the biggest difference in this public beta. Keep reading.
They had over 5.8 million downloads from the Play Store.
Disney + is coming on September 22nd.
Lucasfilm and Disney have announced that it is Star Wars: Visions the anthology will be available on Disney + on September 22 and offered a close look at the short films. You’ll get nine short films from seven studios, each with a very recognizable space fantasy – including more than a few nods to Japanese culture. Each seems to have a different approach to the rich Star Wars universe and may remind some of you of the Matrix Animatrix spin-off, though more focused on anime art styles. Keep reading.
Steering the rear wheels will help the electric truck move through tight spots.
Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla is adding rear-wheel steering to Cyberruck to help the EV maneuver with “high maneuverability”. Rough is the answer to Hummer’s Crab Mode and the tank turns of Rivian’s R1T. Given the size of the Cybertruck – it’s big even by truck standards – assistance with parking and maneuvering from tight spaces could be welcome news. Keep reading.
The lack of a player union is at the heart of the investigation.
The Justice Department has launched an antitrust investigation into soft Overwatch League salary limits aimed at preventing teams from buying a path to victory. According to a report from, the investigation is not criminal Dot Sports, but DOJ trial lawyer Kathleen Simpson Kiernan reportedly wonders about the lack of a player union that would allow the league to demand the same exemption from work you have in conventional union sports leagues. This investigation will not necessarily lead to a significant shock to the Overwatch competition scene. This, however, points to the growing growth of e-sports in the US – and the salaries of pro-gamers. Keep reading.
The subbrand also promises expanded support for Android software.
Half a month after OnePlus announced it was becoming an Oppo subbrand, it was revealed that it is also merging its OxygenOS with its new parent company ColorOS. The two brands made a decision about “the best impact [their] shared resources, ”which seems to translate to destroying one of them. OnePlus added that you may not even notice the difference because the changes are happening behind the scenes.
OnePlus’s OxygenOS will continue to be the operating system for OnePlus devices released worldwide. As 9to5Google notes that OnePlus phones released in China are already running ColorOS and this is likely to remain the case. These changes will have some benefits: OnePlus also promises better and longer support for Android updates. The OnePlus 8 series and newer leading brands will receive three major Android updates and four years of security updates. Keep reading.
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