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CES 2018 is nearly upon us. As members of our team make the trek to Las Vegas, you can sort through yesterday’s news highlights, like a device from U of M that could effectively treat tinnitus.
According to Nintendo, in the US the Switch is now the fastest-selling console ever. In just 10 months, it has moved 4.8 million units, breaking Nintendo’s own record of four million, set by the Wii. The next goal? Hitting 14 million sold worldwide in one year — and it’s already at 10 million.
Tesla says that it has spent the last three months addressing the “production bottlenecks” on the Model 3 line, and production will now rise sharply. From a slow start, the company believes it now has the capacity to knock out 1,000 Model 3s each week, and 2018 will see even bigger milestones.
Starting at $50,000, the new high-tech Range Rover — with a plethora of displays and features — keeps the driver and passengers connected while pampering them in plush seats and with enough room to drag your gear to the beach, mountains or even a certain festival in the desert.
But wait, there’s more…
- LG’s tiny 4K projector puts a 150-inch screen in any room
- TiVo opens its ‘next-gen’ platform to cable operators
- Apple discusses Spectre and Meltdown fixes on iOS, macOS and Safari
- Science has a solution for that constant ringing in your ear
- ‘Black Mirror’ predicted our dystopia. How does it evolve?
- Ex-NSA contractor will plead guilty to stealing 50TB of data
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