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DontMakeMoreBabies, in The Cybertruck Must Be Huge—or It Will Dig Tesla’s Grave

That thing looks dumb as fuck.

LollerCorleone,
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Yeah, I hate how it looks..

SuiXi3D,
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A dude down the street (in a duplex, nonetheless) has one. It’s fucking gigantic. Dumb as hell looking.

rothaine,

It’s also heavy as fuck

Hackerman_uwu,

It looks like something out of Freejack.

Montagge,
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Most of it is dumb. The push button doors, the motorized tonneau cover, the rearview mirror replaced with a camera on the dash screen, the shift selector being where the rearview mirror should be, ugly ass hubcaps, the stainless steel body panels, the uneven body panels gaps, the sharp corners, the stupid steering wheel, and the last of a spare wheel. All for $100k!

TheDannysaur,

Someone watched Marques Brownlee’s preview video lol

BaldProphet, in Google might already be replacing some Ad sales jobs with AI
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I can't help but wonder how long it'll be before AI sales reps are selling to AI purchasing agents.

homesweethomeMrL, in Google Will Turn Off Cookies for 30 Million People on January 4

In place of cookies, Google has introduced a new set of tools that makes the Chrome browser itself keep tabs on what you’re doing online. Essentially, that data stays on your device, and your browser sorts you into various categories, or “Ad Topics” as Google calls them.

Of course. Guck Foogle.

wolfshadowheart,
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So, unlike cookies we won't be able to clear them? How does this affect other browsers, is Firefox affected or regular cookies still in place? Do cookies become a way of the past entirely or is it only for sites that opt in? (It looks like it's Google browser only and opt in, for now)

LollerCorleone,
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Mozilla has already rejected adding Topics to Firefox due to privacy concerns. Firefox already blocks third-party advertising cookies.

Apple also has taken a stand against adding it in Safari. Microsoft is, however, testing the integration of some 'Privacy Sandbox' technologies in Edge but they haven't made any commitments one way or the other yet.

wolfshadowheart,
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Thanks for the clarification, I did read through the article but maybe not thoroughly enough.

Glad to see it's not being entirely adopted, at least!

LollerCorleone,
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This isn't included in the article

density,
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I"m sure there are technical difference that make this "not" "cookies" but it sounds like cookies.

uphillbothways, in Fleeing Elon Musk’s X, the quest to re-create ‘Black Twitter’
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archive link: https://archive.is/g14yx

Jesusaurus, in Massive leak exposes 26 billion records in mother of all breaches - It includes data from Twitter, Dropbox, and LinkedIn

I’d be surprised if these were all net new and not just a massive compilation of old breach data

Gordon_Freeman, in Massive leak exposes 26 billion records in mother of all breaches - It includes data from Twitter, Dropbox, and LinkedIn
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oh, god, dropbox again?

Lnrdrople, in Microsoft’s new Copilot key is the first big change to Windows keyboards in 30 years

Eww fuck no.

Pyr_Pressure, in Microsoft’s new Copilot key is the first big change to Windows keyboards in 30 years

Please don’t, I forsee much swearing by people accidentally pressing it and having some asshole clippy wannabe asking how he can help and interrupting workflow.

FigMcLargeHuge, in Nasa beams cat video from deep space with laser

Send more Taters!!!

Veraxus, in The Cybertruck Must Be Huge—or It Will Dig Tesla’s Grave
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I’d have bought one if Musk hadn’t turned out to be a total chud. Now I don’t want anything to do with him or any company he’s a part of.

To sate my love of absolutely bizarre looking electric vehicles, my money is now on Aptera.

smallaubergine, in Air-Conditioning Discovery Eliminates Harmful Gases

Sounds great but also sounds like one of those technologies that works in a lab but may not scale up to mass production. Let us know if it can be made cheaply on a large scale

LollerCorleone,
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Yeah, this won't mean anything unless it can be mass produced

ripcord,
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Let us know if it can be made cheaply on a large scale

Will do

cheese_greater, in The end of anonymity on Chinese social media

This is the wei

mindbleach, in How bad business broke the smart home

Stallman was right.

If you don’t control all of it… you don’t control any of it.

troyunrau, in SpaceX cleared for second Starship and Super Heavy launch test
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I thought part of the problem last time was that the disassembly wasn’t rapid enough ;)

HeartyBeast, in m/technology has a new owner
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LollerCorleone,
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Thank you!
I'll try my best!

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