So even if Tesla can develop software capable of driverless operation in the next few years, its vehicles may not have the necessary hardware to make them practical as self-driving taxis. So customers thinking about shelling out $10,000 for the FSD package shouldn't count on ever getting the money back from a taxi capability. … [Read more...] about Tesla raises “full self-driving” price from $8,000 to $10,000
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Speaking on the Real Deal Xbox podcast earlier this week, Greenberg expressed that "gaming pricing is a super-complex thing to answer." He went on to say that "what you've seen from us is that we want to put gamers first," pointing to the value of Smart Delivery and Game Pass initiatives. … [Read more...] about Xbox’s marketing boss says next-gen game pricing is a “super complex” issue
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But in the days that immediately followed, I became a little grumpy, which is uncharacteristic - I think! I baulked at the regulatory nature of each step we were all taking and the ideas of compliance. I muttered at the lack of freedom that overtook the release from confinement. I didn't blame anyone - in fact, I clearly saw the BCCI's need to restrict movement and meetings, to insist on certain rhythms and to deny certain access - but I began to overthink it. Locked up in the room for a week, I was fine - my space, my choices. Allowed out of the room but restricted in the ether, I felt as if my IP had been stolen. … [Read more...] about Life in the bubble is okay for a while, but over time it is an existential threat