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jlou,

Apple Is Trying to Kill the Open Internet!

https://youtu.be/up-zUEFNMww

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tabris,

They’re still going to charge app developers releasing on 3rd party app stores, so Apple will still make money through this route. theverge.com/…/apple-third-party-app-stores-50-ce…

eveninghere,

Oof. Can they just let me run my own app on my phone?

realcaseyrollins,

All newly announced models get Bluetooth 5.3 with LE audio and Auracast support.

https://www.engadget.com/jbl-debuts-replaceable-batteries-for-its-new-portable-bluetooth-speakers-at-ces-2024-130031746.html

jodanlime,
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That’s actually pretty awesome. Bluetooth speakers are getting to the point where new features aren’t really being released, so features like this actually helps a brand stand apart.

scrubbles,
@scrubbles@poptalk.scrubbles.tech avatar

Amazing. We’ve made it back to boomboxes.

Where do the cassettes go?

Komal,

Battery as a Service (BaaS) Market Size, Analytical Overview, Growth Factors, Demand, Trends and Forecast to 2031

Battery as a Service (BaaS) Market: Powering the Future of Energy Storage
The Battery as a Service (BaaS) market is witnessing a transformative surge as the world seeks sustainable and efficient energy solutions. BaaS is emerging as a game-changer in the energy storage landscape, offering a novel approach to managing and utilizing batteries. This innovative model enables businesses and individuals to access energy storage capabilities without the burdens of ownership. The market's growth is underpinned by a confluence of factors that reshape the dynamics of energy storage.
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Overview:
Battery as a Service, at its core, represents a paradigm shift in the way batteries are utilized and managed. Unlike traditional models where end-users own and maintain their energy storage systems, BaaS introduces a subscription-based approach. In this setup, customers pay for the services and performance of the battery, while the responsibility of maintenance, upgrades, and eventual disposal lies with the service provider. This approach significantly lowers the barriers to entry for businesses and individuals looking to adopt energy storage solutions.
Drivers:
Several key drivers fuel the rapid expansion of the BaaS market. The foremost is the escalating demand for sustainable energy solutions. With the global emphasis on reducing carbon footprints, BaaS offers an attractive proposition for integrating renewable energy sources into the grid. Additionally, the flexibility and scalability of BaaS make it a compelling choice for businesses seeking reliable and cost-effective energy storage without the capital-intensive investment of owning a battery system. Furthermore, the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) is a crucial driver, as BaaS becomes a pivotal enabler for overcoming challenges related to EV battery management, charging infrastructure, and overall grid integration.
Restraints:
While the BaaS market is on an upward trajectory, it is not without challenges. Concerns related to data security and privacy are among the primary restraints. As BaaS involves the continuous monitoring of battery performance, there is a need for robust cybersecurity measures to safeguard sensitive information. Moreover, the market faces regulatory hurdles and uncertainties, with different regions grappling to establish clear frameworks for BaaS operations. Addressing these concerns will be essential for the widespread adoption of BaaS solutions.
Growth Factors:
The growth of the BaaS market is buoyed by several factors that contribute to its attractiveness. The modular and scalable nature of BaaS allows for easy integration into existing infrastructure, facilitating a seamless transition to cleaner energy solutions. Additionally, advancements in battery technologies, such as improved energy density and longer lifespan, enhance the overall performance of BaaS offerings. The potential for cost savings is another significant growth factor, as BaaS eliminates the need for upfront capital investments, making energy storage accessible to a broader audience.
Outlook:
As the BaaS market continues to evolve, it is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of energy storage. The ongoing research and development in battery technologies, coupled with supportive regulatory frameworks, will likely propel BaaS into mainstream adoption. The market's success hinges on addressing challenges effectively while capitalizing on the numerous opportunities presented by the growing demand for sustainable and efficient energy solutions. Battery as a Service is not just a market trend; it's a transformative force driving the transition towards a greener and more resilient energy landscape.
Market segment by players, this report covers
Epiroc
NIO
Global Technology Systems, Inc. (GTS)
Rock Clean Energy
Market segmentation
Battery as a Service (BaaS) market is split by Type and by Application. For the period 2024-2030, the growth among segments provide accurate calculations and forecasts for revenue by Type and by Application. This analysis can help you expand your business by targeting qualified niche markets.
Market segment by Type, covers
Mobile Equipment
Stationary Equipment
Market segment by Application, can be divided into
Automotive and Transport
Energy
Industrial
Others
By Geography
North America (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, U.K., Russia, and Rest of Europe)
Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Australia, and Rest of Asia Pacific)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, and Rest of South America)
Middle East & Africa (South Africa, UAE, and Rest of ME&A)

realcaseyrollins,

The 77-inch OLED T works with the company's wireless video and audio transmission tech.

https://www.engadget.com/lg-brought-the-worlds-first-wireless-transparent-oled-tv-to-ces-2024-071151174.html

realcaseyrollins,
Subtlysubtle,

I’m trying to imagine what someone would use it for/want it for. It seems juat like more plastic crap for the landfill.

ryper,

According to Engadget’s coverage of the first model with the touchscreen case, the case mostly just lets you use functionality from the app that goes with the earbuds without actually going into the app. I don’t use the apps for my earbuds or headphones, so I can’t say how useful quicker access to their functionality would be.

realcaseyrollins,
realcaseyrollins,

There's no word on pricing or when this tech will be available in retail devices, but it looks incredible.

https://www.engadget.com/samsung-debuts-the-worlds-first-transparent-microled-screen-at-ces-2024-042634398.html

realcaseyrollins,

The Quantum Stream line of microphones has options for podcasters and streamers alike.

https://www.engadget.com/jbl-brings-new-microphones-to-ces-2024-including-a-wireless-clip-on-model-130058745.html

realcaseyrollins,
helenslunch,

Pretty much every browser on the planet other than Chrome has been doing this for years.

“One of the first” my ass

psudo,

The downside is it makes Google the de facto owner of all of your online information. You could never use a Google product, but because they have such a large market share they’ll essentially force every site and platform to use their solution.

realcaseyrollins,

From generative AI to the Apple Vision Pro headset, here are the tech developments that scored big this year.

https://www.engadget.com/the-biggest-winners-in-tech-in-2023-143012912.html

CanadaPlus, (edited )

Wow, who’s going to sign up for Elon Musk’s risky brain implant trial? Maybe the same people who send their kids to Kanye West’s boarding school, I guess.

Nomecks,

The real winner this year is Supermicro. Don’t believe me? Go look at their stock gains. Literally powering everything behind the shiny, cool stuff.

realcaseyrollins,
astraeus,
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I saw this in Carole and Tuesday, they were the only “natural” songwriters left because computers wrote songs for everyone at that point. I don’t know if that’s a realistic take, but it’s depressing nonetheless. Why can’t we have computers do things that take joy from us instead of the things that bring us joy? You know, like cleaning up dumps or solving problems we would rather not think about? Why are they taking the arts away?

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