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The SF5 model has been jointly launched by the Shenzhen-based tech giant and carmaker SERES. Moves comes after senior executive said smart cars may help company offset declining smartphone sales.
Climate scientists have warned for years that a warming planet would cause more extreme storms, like the one that walloped Texas in February, knocking out power and leaving millions in a deep freeze.
China continues to criticise Tesla following allegations of brake failure, threatening the company's dominant position in the market.
Tesla says sorry to Chinese buyers, back-pedalling on its ‘no compromise’ attitude towards ‘unreasonable’ customer grievances as pressure mounts on social media and state press
“We are deeply sorry for the delay in resolving the owner’s issue,” Tesla said late Tuesday night on its Weibo account. China’s social media and state press weighed in on the latest controversy surrounding the bellwether producer in China’s electric vehicles market.
Tesla protest at Shanghai Auto Show 2021 ends with woman dragged off by security after climbing onto car and shouting
A woman in China claims her Tesla’s brakes malfunctioned, causing her car to crash. The company denies this and said the car was speeding, but has refused to release all of the car’s data from the crash.
Tesla Inc looks to be coming under increasing pressure in China with two government entities firing off missives about the company’s behaviour and treatment of its customers in a single day.
A disgruntled Tesla Inc owner climbed atop one of the electric vehicle pioneer’s cars on the opening day of the Shanghai Auto Show, before being dragged away by security.
(Reuters) - Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance, more than a dozen banking and technology sources told Reuters.
The SolarWinds hackers’ abuse of Microsoft’s identity and access architecture – which validates users’ identities and grants them access to email, documents and other data – did the most dramatic harm, the nonpartisan Atlantic Council think tank said in a report.
Microsoft Corp wants to be at the forefront of that future — and its deal for voice-recognition and AI specialist Nuance Communications Inc shows it’s willing to spend a lot of money to do it.