Morning After: Some Tesla Superchargers Get Satellite Internet From Starlink

Morning After: Some Tesla Superchargers Get Satellite Internet From Starlink

Tesla seems to be bringing together some of its tech projects. We’ll dive into that later – let’s start with Disney. As a threat, the company aggressively pursued ads in memory of the streaming service last Friday.


Alongside a host of new Disney movies and shows, there have been plenty of new Marvel properties breaking the lid. include X-Men 97, reimagined on A ’90s cartoon of the X-Men, as well as new shows for Marvel characters, such as Moonknight, She-Hulk, Echo, and Ms. Marvel.

Wandavision Featured Agatha Harkness presents its own scary show, while one of Marvel’s most graphic events, Secret wars, and also gets an offer, as Samuel L. Jackson finally gets a lead billing for the MCU project. Many of those won’t arrive until 2023, but the plan is to keep subscribers connected for another year.

And if you’re more of a Star Wars less inclined towards Star Lord, we have your first look at the new Obi-Wan show

– Matt Smith

No more using cellular data to stream shows while charging.

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according to Electric, Tesla EV owners discover Starlink satellite internet dishes at Supercharger stations. It is not yet clear how many programs there are or if drivers can access them, but the publication includes at least Florida.

Aside from getting your Netflix fix, there are many possible uses for Starlink broadband in Superchargers. At the very least, it can replace or supplement existing communications that deal with basics like payments and shipper status. This could help the company deploy Superchargers faster and in remote areas at a time when the company hopes to start and triple the size of its station network.

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It’s the network’s first major change since 2017.

The Bitcoin network finally launched its Taproot token upgrade over the weekend. The update improves privacy and security for complex transactions with new signatures that make it look like any other exchange. Potential thieves or intruders should have trouble recognizing when an unusual move occurred.

This is the first major network token update since 2017 and could make it easier for the cryptocurrency to handle trade orders, which don’t seem to be going anywhere. Bitcoin price reached another peak just last week. The value has grown another 305 percent in the last 12 months.

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SharePlay is finally here.

Even after that, iOS 15 remains a relatively subtle update. There aren’t major changes in how you interact with your iPhone, although you may find focus modes useful when you need to limit distractions. SharePlay is well implemented, but you are forced to use FaceTime and a limited number of compatible apps and services. There are a lot of improvements to the company’s own apps, from FaceTime to Safari, and Apple Maps continues to lock up on Google Maps.

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If you have $10,000 around, you can get one on November 17th.

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Italian fashion house Gucci is releasing a special edition Xbox Series X that will cost $10,000. The bundle will include the console, two wireless controllers and an ultra-luxury carrying case.

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The eagle has 127 qubits.

IBM claims to have taken a big step towards practical quantum computation. On Monday, the company unveiled the Eagle, a 127-qubit quantum processor. IBM says it is the first such processor that cannot be emulated by a classic supercomputer. To understand what that means, the company explains that to simulate the Eagle, you’ll need more classic pieces than the number of atoms in every human on the planet. IBM credits the breakthrough with a new design that places processor control components on multiple physical planes while the qubits reside on a single layer.

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