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Consumer Reports No Longer Recommends the Tesla Model 3

Consumer Reports is pulling its recommendation of the Tesla Model 3, citing reliability issues with the car. “Tesla buyers are more likely to be satisfied with their car than customers of any other brand, according to Consumer Reports,” reports CNN. “Yet the publication says many customers reported problems with the Model 3, including loose body trim and glass defects.” From ... Read More »

Unearthed Emails Show Google, Ad Giants Know They Break Privacy Laws

AmiMoJo shares a report from The Register: Privacy warriors have filed fresh evidence in their ongoing battle against real-time web ad exchange systems, which campaigners claim trample over Europe’s data protection laws. The new filings — submitted today to regulators in the UK, Ireland, and Poland — allege that Google and industry body the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) are well ... Read More »

American Airlines Has Cameras In Their Screens Too

An anonymous reader quotes a report from BuzzFeed News: A viral photo showing a camera in a Singapore Airlines in-flight TV display recently caused an uproar online. The image was retweeted hundreds of times, with many people expressing concern about the privacy implications. As it turns out, some seat-back screens in American Airlines’ premium economy class have them, too. Sri ... Read More »

Queensland, Australia Drivers Set To Get Emoji Number Plates

The unusual move is set to be rolled out by Personalised Plates Queensland (PPQ) from next month, allowing drivers to adorn their number plates with a touch of emotion. From a report: Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) spokeswoman Rebecca Michael said it was no different from allowing drivers to express themselves with other available themes like their favorite footy ... Read More »

Nike Bricks Its Shoes With a Faulty Firmware Update

AmiMoJo writes: Nike users are experiencing some technical difficulties in the wild world of connected footwear. Nike’s $350 “Adapt BB” sneakers are the latest in the company’s line of self-lacing shoes, and they come with the “Nike Adapt” app for Android and iOS. The app pairs with the shoes and lets you adjust the tightness of the laces, customize the ... Read More »