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Tesla and Panasonic Parting Ways on Solar Cells
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Tesla and Panasonic Parting Ways on Solar Cells

Panasonic is parting ways with Tesla on the development of solar cells in Buffalo, New York.February 26, 2020Panasonic said it will no longer produce solar cells and modules at Tesla& 39;s Buffalo, New York factory, signifying the end of a four-year joint venture with the unprecedented electric automaker.

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Airbus Developed New Drone Called LOUT with Germany's Federal Ministry of Defence

Airbus started developing a Low-Observable UAV Testbed in 2007, and since 2010 it& 39;s being developed with Germany.By Nursah ErgüNovember 20, 2019Airbus started developing LOUT (Low-Observable UAV Testbed) in 2007 and it& 39;s been kept as a secret since then. In 2010, the project started receiving support from the Federal Ministry of Defence in Germany, and it was developed at Airbus facilities in Bremen and Manching, Bavaria, Germany.
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Geologist Keeps Track of Their Work Travels, Even Looking at the Result Is Tiring

A Geologist has shared their travel history over the last 5 years. Seems they have been a busy bee.November 15, 2019Are you considering a career as a Geologist? Do you like traveling, a lot? Then this Redditor might inspire you to complete your studies and land that dream job.Of course, if the prospect of a long haul flight on a Monday morning doesn& 39;t appeal to you then this might not be the career path for you!
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Study Links Coastal Fog with High Levels of Mercury in Mountain Lions

Scientists have identified a possible link between toxic levels of mercury in mountain lions and coastal fog.November 28, 2019Scientists have discovered a possible link between high levels of mercury in mountain lions and marine fog, indicating that the toxic metal is being deposited on land and then making its way up the food chain.
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Cybertruck Pulls an F-150 Uphill, Still Not Impressed?

Cybertruck has been the biggest thing we& 39;ve been talking about for days, and now it pulls an F-150 uphill.By Nursah ErgüNovember 25, 2019You know on November 22, Elon Musk revealed his new vehicle & 34;Cybertruck& 34; and everything about it became absolute viral.RELATED: 7+ WAYS THE INTERNET COMMENTED ON TESLA CYBERTRUCKAlso, the glass of Cybertruck is said to be & 34;bulletproof& 34; but the testing went completely wrong.
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Half-Life Makes Its Debut As a Virtual Reality Game

In a big moment for the VR gaming world, Valve unveiled its new Half-Life VR game.November 21, 2019In what is a historic moment for the virtual reality world, Valve Software, the company behind the Half-Life game, announced the release of Half-Life: Alyx, a full-length VR game.It marks the first new game in the Half-Life series and comes twenty-one years after the hugely popular game was first released.
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Birds Use Drag to Takeoff in New Study

Is it time to rethink the theories behind lift and drag?November 25, 2019Birds are turning what we know about lift and drag on its head, with new research showing they use drag to take off and lift to land.So much for the conventional wisdom that states drag slows us down and lift sends us off, defying gravity.
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Dubai Police Department Could Add Tesla's Cybertruck to Its High-End Fleet

The Dubai government tweeted out a Cybertruck emblazoned with its logo on it.November 27, 2019The jury may be out on whether or not Tesla has a hit on its hands with its Cybertruck, which it rolled out last week, but the Dubai Police Department seems to be in love.A few days after Elon Musk took the wrappings off the much-speculated and hyped all-electric truck, Dubai Future Foundation, an agency of the government Tweeted out a picture of what could be a new addition to its force of high-end police cars: a Cybertruck emblazoned with the Dubai Police logo.
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Google Honors Female Aviation Trailblazer in New Doodle

Maude Rose & 39;Lores& 39; Bonney, the first female to fly solo from Australia to England is being honored in a new Google Doodle.November 19, 2019Google is celebrating a trailblazer in aviation, the one and only Maude Rose & 39;Lores& 39; Bonney, who was the first woman to fly solo from Australia to England with a new Google Doodle.
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Researchers Create 3D Images That Can Play Sound, React to Touch

3D images that can play sound and react to touch are what the future may be made of.November 14, 2019Movies have perfected three-dimensional systems where characters can have conversations with holograms without the need for glasses or devices. But making that reality outside of Hollywood is a completely different story.
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Cellphone Location Data Could Help Stop the Spread of Malaria, Dengue Outbreaks

Researchers have determined that by using cellphone location data they can predict where a disease is going to break out.November 15, 2019Forget vaccinations or medicine to stop an outbreak of malaria or dengue, cellphone data may be all it takes.Research out of EPFL and Masshuttets Institute of Technology has found that mobile phone location data can be critical in understanding how diseases are transmitted and stop them from spreading and reaching epidemic levels.
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Half-Life Is Back, This Time with Virtual Reality

After 12 years of break, Valve announced the new Half-Life game and it& 39;s going to be available on November 21.By Nursah ErgüNovember 19, 2019If you like video games, you definitely know about Half-Life, which is a first-person shooter game. The first-ever Half-Life was released on November 19, 1998.
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Australian Charity Turns Parking Lot into Night-Time Haven for Homeless People

729550The organization called Beddown is helping the homeless get some much needed sleep.November 15, 2019Homelessness is an issue that affects every major city in the world. It can be the result of many social and economic factors and it is devastating to those who experience it.BeddownNow, a new charity in Brisbane, Australia is seeking to help the homeless with an innovative idea.
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Russia Set To Ban Devices That Do Not Have Russian-Made Software On Them

The new law, which passed the lower house of Russia& 39;s parliament this week, has stoked fears of government control and censorship of the internet in the country.November 23, 2019The lower house of Russia& 39;s parliament has passed a new law that would ban the sale of electronic devices in the country that do not have Russian software pre-installed on them, raising fears of a new push for government surveillance and censorship.
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Dying Patients Placed In Suspended Animation So Doctors Can Operate

Researchers developed a technique to operate on dying patients by cooling them to around 10°C to 15°C.November 20, 2019In the quest to fix life-threatening traumatic injuries, doctors at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are putting patients in suspended animation and operating on them.Samuel Tisherman, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine told New Scientist that he along which a team of medics have already placed a patient in suspended animation as part of a trial it hopes to announce the results of at the end of 2020.
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House with Cool Lake in Its Garden Turns out to Be a Scam

A real estate agency in China tricked people by saying that a blue, plastic material is a lake.By Nursah ErgüNovember 21, 2019Think, you buy a house with a great lake in the garden to relax with your loved ones. Isn& 39;t it lovely? 200 homeowners in Changsha, China had the same dream only to find out that the blue thing in the garden wasn& 39;t a lake.
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Researchers Organize Stem Cells Based on a Computational Model

Researchers were able to apply a machine-learning computational model to arrange stem cells into different shapes.November 20, 2019The holy grail of medical advancements is being able to create organs out of one& 39;s own cells. But to do that researchers have to organize stem cells into predictable patterns, which has been quite a struggle.
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Tesla's Stainless Steel Futuristic Cybertruck Has Arrived

Tesla& 39;s all-electric truck comes amid new competition.November 22, 2019It’s official. After months of speculation and hype on the part of Elon Musk, Tesla rolled out its sixth electric vehicle the Cybertruck, an all-electric pickup truck.Musk unveiled the Cybertruck at an event at Tesla& 39;s design studio which shares the same property as the SpaceX headquarters.
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Turns out Cybertruck Has a Bed, Just like Every Other Truck

Cybertruck has a bed too... and the coolest motorized tonneau bed cover.By Nursah ErgüNovember 26, 2019Yeah, we can& 39;t stop talking about Cybertruck, but come on, how can we? It& 39;s been criticized by many people for its bulky look, and it even became a meme material.Also, some people said that Cybertruck isn& 39;t actually & 34;truck& 34; since it doesn& 39;t have a bed, which is wrong according to the video shot by a Tesla Community Member, [email protected]
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Futuristic Electric Motorcycle HyperTek Unveils at $80,000

Pierre Terblanche’s latest design defines the future of the electric motorcycle and looks like a futuristic dreamboat.November 20, 2019EICMA Motorcycle Show never disappoints and this year is no different than the others. At CES 2019, Harley Davidson displayed their first electric motorcycle and it became obvious that the electric vehicle storm was heading towards the motorcycle market.
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