Tesla successfully delivered 367,500 vehicles in 2019

Why it matters: Tesla has never had an easy time staying afloat, but despite numerous roadblocks, employee management controversies, and increased competition, the company still managed to come out ahead this past year. After getting its production woes under control, Tesla was able to successfully meet its vehicle delivery goals Continue Reading

The Zens Liberty is a slick looking AirPower alternative

In brief: The untimely cancellation of AirPower remains a rare tarnish on Apple’s otherwise impressive record with hardware releases. However, it seems the appetite for the concept of a wireless charging mat similar to the one Apple envisioned is still strong, and wireless charging company Zens is now attempting to Continue Reading

Kohler teamed up with Harman Kardon to put a wireless speaker in a shower head

In brief: One of the few things you can bank on each year is that where will be at least one product to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show that screams, “that’s so CES!” For 2020, that product is without a doubt Kohler’s Moxie showerhead + wireless speaker. Introduced Continue Reading

Google disables Xiaomi integrations for all its devices after a Nest showed feeds from random homes

In brief: An issue with the integration between Google’s Nest Hub and Xiaomi’s Miija smart camera can apparently lead to someone seeing the camera feeds from a different home that uses the same setup. The two companies are currently working to solve the issue, but this is a new reminder Continue Reading

Samsung unveils budget-minded Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite ahead of CES

Why it matters: Samsung is making one last ditch effort to capitalize on last year’s flagship smartphones with the introduction of two new budget-minded models in the Galaxy S10 Lite and the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The big question – how much of a price cut can we expect over Continue Reading

Segway’s S-Pod is a personal transporter fit for a king

Forward-looking: Segway believes the S-Pod could be an ideal companion for getting around enclosed campuses like airports, theme parks or even malls. It should also be far more accessible as passengers aren’t required to stand for the duration of the ride. Segway is hoping its latest creation will have the Continue Reading

P&G’s Secret Deodorant spotlights amazing women who don’t ‘sweat’ over life’s obstacles- Tempemail

P&G-owned Secret has placed a diverse lineup of women celebrities at the heart of its campaign for Secret Deodorant – ‘All Strength, No Sweat’ – all handpicked for their achievements in entertainment, sports, business and fitness. Against the backdrop of a custom-made anthem sung by Grammy-nominee Jessie Reyez, the spot Continue Reading

‘Weirdest job ad in the world’: Carole Cadwalladr hits back at Dom Cummings conspiracy jibe- Tempemail

Carole Cadwalladr, the reporter who helped break the Cambridge Analytica story, has hit back at Dominic Cummings, government adviser and campaign director of the Leave EU campaign, after he made a targeted dig at her in an unorthodox civil service recruitment ad on his personal blog. Cummings, the mastermind behind Continue Reading

Samsung’s new Odyssey gaming monitor line boasts an aggressive curve, futuristic design

What just happened? Curved screens may have been right there alongside 3D as one of the biggest flops in display tech of the 2010s but Samsung isn’t ready to give up on them just yet. The South Korean electronics giant on Friday announced a pair of curved gaming monitors featuring Continue Reading

Meat Loaf won’t go for vegan rebrand in Frankie & Benny’s spot- Tempemail

Italian restaurant chain Frankie & Benny’s has subverted the inescapable barrage of vegan marketing stunts with a humourous spot featuring an increasingly enraged Meat Loaf refusing a veggie rebrand. The ad sees the Frankie & Benny’s PR team pitching the artist with a hair-brained scheme to change his name to Continue Reading