first_imgThe first two members of Anker’s new line is the PowerWave 7.5 Pad and PowerWave 7.5 Stand. Their names are pretty self-explanatory, they come in a circular, horizontally flat pad as well as an angled stand. While the Pad is better looking, it isn’t as practical as the Stand.With the Stand, you can continue using the phone as normal, even having access to features like Face ID or iris recognition. Perhaps more importantly, the Stand’s dual charging coils allow you to position the phone in landscape mode for viewing videos.The “7.5” part is a bit confusing. It doesn’t exactly max out at 7.5W. In fact, it delivers the 10W that a Galaxy Note 8 needs for fast charging. The 7.5 might be a reference to its compatibility with an iPhone X, which has a threshold at 7.5W.Of course, it isn’t compatible with just those two phones. Anker doesn’t explicitly mention it but, since it’s compatible with the iPhone X, it uses the Qi wireless charging standard. Which means you can also use it on the new Nokia 8 Sirocco and the Sony Xperia XZ2, the newest entries to the wireless charging family. No word yet on when the Anker PowerWave 7.5 wireless chargers will be available or for how much. Although long available in some phones, it hasn’t truly become a universal feature. With Apple’s adoption, however, it is expected to become so. The influx of new smartphones at MWC 2018, some of which do support wireless charging, is perhaps indicative of that trend. As one of the more popular manufacturers of third-party power solutions, Anker is in a position to capitalize on that wave. Which is why it has timed its announcement of its PowerWave wireless charging system just right, to give buyers of these new smartphones a wireless option for juicing up their new darlings.last_img read more

first_imgAs unusual trademarks go, scents are some of the rarest, but that hasn’t stopped Hasbro from trademarking the distinctive smell of Play-Doh. Little changed since 1956, when Play-Doh was first created, the scent is one of the most distinctive aspects of the modeling dough experience, its makers argue. “The scent of Play-Doh compound has always been synonymous with childhood and fun,” Jonathan Berkowitz, senior vice president of Global Marketing for the brand, said of the news. “By officially trademarking the iconic scent, we are able to protect an invaluable point of connection between the brand and fans for years to come.”According to Hasbro, the protected Play-Doh scent is a complex one. It’s described as “the combination of a sweet, slightly musky, vanilla-like fragrance, with slight overtones of cherry, and the natural smell of a salted, wheat-based dough.”Scent trademarks are certainly rarer than their logo, name, or slogan counterparts, though this isn’t the first time the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted approval to a unique smell. Indeed, scents, sounds, and tastes can all theoretically be protected by the Trademark Act. That’s assuming their creators can sufficiently demonstrate that they’re inherently distinctive. AdChoices广告Interestingly, the scents must not be utilitarian in their purpose. For example, the USPTO won’t grant a trademark to, say, the floral smell of an air freshener. Similarly, if the smell is emitted as a natural outcome of the manufacturing process, that too cannot be successfully trademarked. However there’s also “acquired distinctiveness” to consider. That’s effectively when a particular scent is associated with specific goods, even though there’s no natural connection between the two. Back in mid-2015, for example, Grendene managed to secure the trademark for “Scent of Bubble Gum,” though not for actual bubble gum. Instead, it sought to protect its use of that smell in connection with flip-flops that smelled of the candy. Verizon, meanwhile, snagged the scent mark for a “flowery musk scent” back in late 2014. It told the USPTO that it intended that smell to be associated with its stores, differentiating them from other wireless phone outlets in the process. Hasbro therefore joins a fairly exclusive club, with only a handful of active scents currently trademarked. Whether the smell of Play-Doh brings back a flood of memories for you, of course, depends on just how much you played with it during your childhood.last_img read more

first_imgYouTube is home to tons of different videos and, therefore, tons of different aspect ratios. While YouTube’s desktop player is 16:9 by default (and indeed, that seems to be the go-to aspect ratio these days), there are still plenty of older videos that were recorded and uploaded in 4:3. Then, of course, we have the always controversial vertical aspect ratio of videos recorded on a smartphone. With those 4:3 and smartphone videos, YouTube’s fix has traditionally been to surround them with black bars so that they fit within the confines of its video player. That all changed over the weekend, when YouTube rolled out an update to its desktop site that rids it of black bars altogether. Now, the video player will automatically adjust to the video’s aspect ratio, leaving only white space where those black bars used to reside.The update was detailed in a thread over on the YouTube Help Forum, which was discovered by Android Police. YouTube explains that the video player now adapts based on the video’s size and the screen size of your desktop, removing the need for those black bars. 16:9 videos are undergoing some changes too, as the player will now use up more of the page’s white space to make those videos larger by default.We’ve already seen similar changes land on the iOS and Android YouTube apps, so here Google is bringing the desktop version of YouTube in line with the mobile one. Unfortunately, not everyone is pleased with these changes. In fact, many of the replies in that thread are negative, with some users asking for the option to revert to the old video player.It’s always possible that Google considers this new video player to be a work in progress, so we may see some new options pop up over time. For now, though, is seems that many consider this new player to be an inconvenience more than anything else, so we’ll just have to wait and see what happens from here. What do you think for YouTube’s new video player? Head down to the comments section and let us know! Story TimelineYouTube bug: skipping is broken, Google’s fixingYouTube VR gets Gear VR support, communal watchingYouTube dark mode comes to Android at long lastlast_img read more

first_imgToyota doesn’t detail what may be causing this issue, however it does say the solution is putting clips on top of the brake cable dust boots. This will, says the automaker, keep the cable from ‘becoming inoperative’ and thusly will avoid the potential parking brake failure. As expected, the repairs will be made to affected customers’ cars for free at dealerships.These 92,000 Prius cars are located in the United States. If you have a 2016 or a 2017 model, head over to Toyota’s recall website to input your VIN and see whether your car is affected. This isn’t the only recall we’ve seen related to rollaway risk this year. Back in April, Fiat Chrysler recalled 1.1 million vehicles following an NHTSA investigation, doing so over shifters that didn’t make it clear when the vehicle was in park. These shifters, which suffered from poor design rather than any sort of defect, reportedly resulted in hundreds of crashes and more than a few injuries.AdChoices广告SOURCE: Toyota Toyota has announced a voluntary recall of about 92,000 2016 and 2017 Prius hybrids, the reason being due to potential issues with the parking brake. According to a statement made by Toyota today, is is possible the parking brake on these affected vehicles could stop working, which could then result in a possible rollaway situation in which someone could get seriously hurt. Story Timeline2017 Toyota Prius Prime aims for 120MPGeIn race to out-tech Tesla, Toyota’s Prius Prime misses the pointFour things the 2016 Prius Two Eco gets absolutely rightlast_img read more

first_imgStory TimelineTesla just passed a huge production milestoneFor Zero Motorcycles, a Tesla-sized opportunity to redefine EVsTesla, Panasonic “inconspicuous” solar panels unveiledTesla’s electric semi truck will be revealed in September The past few days have seen some pretty big changes to Tesla‘s EV lineup. Tesla kicked things off by discontinuing its 60kWh Model S, which saw its last day of availability yesterday. Now that it’s no longer being offered, Tesla is making some pricing and feature changes to the rest of its lineup. For starters, the 75kWh Model S has become Tesla’s least expensive model, thanks to a price drop of $5,000. That brings the price of the car down to $69,500, which – with features like an all glass roof and automatic rear power liftgate now standard – makes for a pretty good deal if you’re in the market for a Tesla but don’t want to shell out for a more expensive model.The 60kWh Model S was likely discontinued to make way for the incoming Model 3, which Elon Musk said will be revealed in July. Though we’ll finally get to see it then, there still isn’t a solid release date set, so it could be a ways off yet. So, what do you do if you just recently ordered a 60kWh Model S? While its discontinuation may sting, there’s a bit of a silver lining – Tesla has announced that it will lower the price of upgrading 60kWh batteries to 75kWh. While such an upgrade used to cost $9,000, it’ll now only cost $2,000. Not bad if you’d like to get a larger range out of your car.As for those price increases, we can expect to see jumps for many of Tesla’s higher-end vehicles. On the lower end of the price hikes is the Model S 100D, which is climbing from $95,000 to $97,500. The most dramatic price increase, on the other hand, is on the Model X P100D, which is going from $135,500 to $145,000.So, there you have it: something of a pricing shake up over at Tesla HQ. From here on out we’re left to wait for the official reveal of the Model 3, which is coming up in just a couple of months. Does this price drop for the 75kWh Model S sway you more toward picking one up? Head down to the comments section and let us know.Update: An earlier version of this story reported Tesla had reduced the Model S 75 by $7,500. In fact, the cut is $5,000. Tesla gave SlashGear the following statement:“Periodically we have adjusted pricing and available options to best reflect the value of our products and our customers’ preferences. Today’s updates include slight price decreases to our 75, 75D and 90D models to account for the discontinuation of our 60 kWh models, and next week will be implementing slight price increases to our higher end 100D and P100D models. We expect our total average selling price to remain almost exactly the same. Price increases for our 100D and P100D models will take effect on April 24, 2017 to best accommodate customers already in the order process, while price decreases for 75, 75D and 90D models will take effect today.”The company also confirmed the new pricing for both the Model S and Model X:Model S75: $69,50075D: $74,50090D: $87,500100D: $97,500 (beginning 4/24)P100DL: $140,000 (beginning 4/24)Model X75D: $82,50090D: $93,500100D: $99,500 (beginning 4/24)P100DL: $145,000 (beginning 4/24)SOURCE: Electrek (2)last_img read more

first_imgThis will be the second time that Ford has re-opened the application process for the GT. All applicants that applied in the past to be allowed to purchase the car must modify their original applications or confirm it to be considered in the final application window for the car. Applications will be accepted for 20 days starting on November 8 at FordGT.com.“The response to our Ford GT has been unprecedented, with initial demand outstripping supply by more than six-to-one,” said Hermann Salenbauch, Ford Performance director. “By extending the Ford GT production run for a limited period, we’re able to maintain the exclusivity of the ultra-desirable supercar while offering the ownership experience to a greater number of customers.”Applicants chosen to be allowed to spend their $450,000+ on the Ford GT will work with the Ford GT Concierge Service to personalize their cars to be produced in 2020 to 2022 calendar years. Production of the Ford GT began in 2016.The car has a twin-turbo 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine making 647hp. It can run to a top speed of 216 mph and looks very good doing it. Ford says that demand has far exceeded availability and that was before the Ford GT gained LeMans glory in 2016.SOURCE: Ford Ford has announced that the popularity of the Ford GT has led it to increase production capacity for the cars by 350 units. The production run for the Ford GT will now total 1,350 units over a period of six years. Ford is opening its final owner application process for select global markets on November 8.last_img read more

first_imgStory TimelinePokemon GO Raid Week guide: Shiny Bronzor and 4 more updatesPokemon Sword and Shield Direct announced: Release date incoming?Pokemon Sleep, Pokemon Masters lead brand’s latest mobile push To be clear, Pokemon Bank isn’t going away, it’s just not making the jump to Nintendo Switch. That means you’ll still use it to store your Pokemon from the 3DS games, but when you want to move them over to your Switch games, you’ll be able to transfer them via Pokemon Home.Pokemon Home isn’t just a bridge from the 3DS to the Switch, though. It’ll also be compatible with the Pokemon Switch titles – Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee and Pokemon Sword and Shield – along with Pokemon GO. According to The Pokemon Company, Pokemon Home is a cloud-based tool that will allow you to manage your collection across a number of games using either your Switch or your smartphone.There are a lot of details The Pokemon Company hasn’t revealed yet. For instance, we don’t know if it’ll be possible to transfer Pokemon from a game like Pokemon GO into core series titles like Pokemon Sword and Shield, though we imagine that it won’t be. We do know that you’ll be able to trade Pokemon using the Pokemon Home app on your smartphone, which is definitely an exciting feature.The Pokemon Company says that Pokemon Home won’t be here until early 2020, so it’ll launch a few months after Pokemon Sword and Shield. There’s no word on pricing yet, but since Pokemon Bank runs $5 a year, we should probably expect some kind of subscription fee for Pokemon Home. We’ll have more details for you as The Pokemon Company reveals them, so stay tuned. The Pokemon Company made a lot of announcements during last night’s press conference in Tokyo, covering everything from new mobile games to accessories and even a new Detective Pikachu game for the Switch. One of the most exciting announcements, however, was that of Pokemon Home, a new app for Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. A lot of people were wondering what would happen to Pokemon Bank once Pokemon made the jump to the Switch, and now we know that it’ll be succeeded by Pokemon Home.last_img read more

first_imgREAD: Where does Huawei go from here?The US took a major step against Chinese company Huawei, the world’s biggest telecom hardware company, by putting it on a trade blacklist last month. The decision spurred a number of major changes for the company, which saw multiple big tech companies sever ties with the company.Europe is left in a tough position, facing pressure from the US to implement similar measures. At the heart of the matter are concerns about Huawei’s role in the world’s budding 5G infrastructure, particularly allegations that the equipment may enable the Chinese government to spy on communications. Huawei has repeatedly denied the allegations.In a report published Friday, Reuters claimed it has viewed an industry analysis on the matter by GSM Association, which has already been vocal about concerns over a complete ban on Huawei. The analysis reportedly found that half of the additional $62 billion cost would be the result of ‘high input costs following significant loss of competition in the mobile equipment market.’For its part, Nokia challenged an aspect of the leaked analysis that claims European operators would be forced to replace the existing infrastructure before it could start ‘implementing 5G upgrades.’ In a statement to Reuters, Nokia said that isn’t true, and that it already has a ‘technical solution’ that would enable it to ‘overlay our 5G equipment on top of another vendor’s 4G gear.’ Nokia, which reports having outpaced Huawei in overall 5G orders, claims its solution may ‘reduce the cost and complexity of vendor changes.’ The company has seen interest in its own services grow amid the security concerns surrounding Huawei. Nokia revealed earlier this month that it has signed 42 commercial 5G deals, including 25 in Europe. Europe faces billions in additional cost if telecoms are banned from buying Chinese hardware, a leaked industry analysis claims. In addition to increasing costs by approximately $62 billion, the analysis allegedly states, the delay would also put Europe around 18 months behind on its 5G network plans. Nokia has challenged parts of the leaked analysis as it prepares to fill the space Huawei occupied.last_img read more

first_imgAmazon has been heavily pushing its own ‘consumer holiday’ in recent days, offering various items at different discounts, among them being the company’s own products. The Fire TV is currently on sale at half off its normal price and Sling TV has added to the appeal by offering a free service credit with the devices.At this point, customers who buy an Amazon Fire TV, including the Stick, Cube, and Recast, will receive a $45 service credit with the device for Sling TV. The over-the-top streaming service is priced at $25/month, but by applying the credit, subscribers will essentially get the service at $15/month for the first three months.Do you already have a Fire TV (any of the other devices Sling TV supports)? If so, you can get the same discount as a new customer by signing up for Sling TV directly on its website. At this time, customers can get the service for 40-percent off, which is $15/month for either Sling Blue or Sling Orange, both of which are usually $25/month.AdChoices广告Sling TV isn’t the only service offering live television streaming, of course. The company was one of the first OTT services to launch, but has since been joined by both established and new players in the market, including Philo, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, DirecTV NOW, and even some free alternatives like Pluto TV, which was recently acquired by Viacom. In the days when streaming live television was more of a new novelty than a common method for getting TV, companies competed for subscribers by offering free streaming devices and other perks. Though these deals aren’t quite as great or common as they once were, we’ve seen a number of notable promotions pop up over the months, the most recent being a temporary offer from Sling TV for new Fire TV customers. Story TimelineSling TV adds free streaming option for Roku device ownersSling TV adds new Extras deal, raises price for some customersAirTV Mini mixes Android TV, Sling TV, OTA channels in one devicelast_img read more

first_imgEfforts to Copy Biotech Drugs Face Delays, Obstacles The Wall Street Journal: Biotech Drugs Still Won’t CopyMuch anticipated knockoff versions of costly biotech medicines are facing delays and obstacles that could cost patients and health systems billions in missed savings (Weaver, Whalen and Rockoff, 2/26). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.last_img

first_imgBlack Men More Likely To Have Certain Health Tests If Discussed With A Black Male Doctor: Study The survey would indicate that today’s lack of black physicians may be a factor in the health care disparity for black men, who currently have the nation’s lowest life expectancy rate. In other news: a study finds that some doctors have a hard time talking to patients about the downsides of cancer screenings. And WBUR looks at the growing number of practicing osteopaths. ADartmouth College investigation has concluded that Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, one of the country’s most prominent health care policy scholars, committed research misconduct in connection with a paper published in a top medical journal. Welch plagiarized material from a Dartmouth colleague and another researcher at a different institution, according to a letter from the college’s interim provost obtained by Retraction Watch. The material was included in a 2016 paper published by the New England Journal of Medicine. The work found that breast cancer screening was more likely to overdiagnose tumors (leading to unnecessary treatments) than pick up early cases that are destined to become life-threatening. (McCook, 8/20) Black men have the lowest life expectancy of any ethnic group in the United States. Much of the gap is explained by greater rates of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease, which afflict poor and poorly educated black men in particular. But why is that? Lack of insurance? Lack of access to health care? Now, a group of researchers in California has demonstrated that another powerful force may be at work: a lack of black physicians. (Kolata, 8/20) NPR: Should You Get That Scan? Your Doctor Might Not Be Great At Helping You Decide Your doctor probably nags you to schedule cancer screening tests like mammograms and colonoscopies. These tests, after all, can be life-saving, and most doctors want to make sure you get them done. But when it comes to explaining the ways that certain screenings can cause you harm, your doctor may not be doing such a good job. (Gordon, 8/18) Stat: Dr. Gilbert Welch, Prominent Researcher, Plagiarized Colleagues’ Work And in more health care personnel news — USA Today: No Prison Time For Ex-Houston Doctor Who Raped Heavily Sedated Patient The New York Times: The Secret To Keeping Black Men Healthy? Maybe Black Doctors The Washington Post: Nurses Helped Make Us Understand Domestic Violence As A Serious Health Issue [Doctors of osteopathic medicine] receive conventional medical training, but also learn osteopathic medicine, which focuses on holistic approaches to care that sometimes involve hands-on treatment. The philosophy was developed by a controversial 19th-century doctor who, at the time, was shunned by the medical establishment. Since 1973, though, DOs have been fully recognized as doctors in all 50 states. (Kaplan, 8/17) WBUR: The Doctors Without MDs: What Makes Osteopathic Medicine Different? A former Texas doctor who raped a heavily sedated patient won’t serve prison time after he was found guilty of the crime Thursday. Shafeeq Sheikh, a former Baylor College of Medicine physician, was sentenced to 10 years’ probation Friday, and he must now register as a sex offender. (Miller, 8/18) Even though intimate-partner violence has long been all too common, it hasn’t always been considered a serious health issue. Passionate nurses helped change that. “Confronting Violence: Improving Women’s Lives,” a traveling exhibition produced by the National Library of Medicine, brings their work to life.I t’s a compact exhibit with a massive story to tell. (Blakemore, 8/18) This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.last_img read more

first_imgAmazon Prime Day Apply Now » 15+ min read The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals Image credit: via PC Mag 44shares The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. July 15, 2019 Next Article This story originally appeared on PCMag Add to Queue Bargain shoppers, rejoice! Amazon Prime Day is upon us, and if you’re looking to save big on all sorts of gadgets, electronics, and smart home devices, the next two days are probably your best chance to get a nice discount until Black Friday.Prime “Day” officially kicked off at midnight PT / 3 a.m. ET on Monday, July 15 and will run for 48 hours, giving you plenty of time to save.Some of the deals below might not be live yet, but they will be soon, so give them a look if you want to plan ahead.Other deals, meanwhile, are not exclusive to Amazon. That’s right, rival retailers are jumping on the Prime Day train, including Walmart. A few of those discounts are listed below. 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Pros) for $299 — (list price $499)Fire 7 8GB 7-inch WiFi Tablet with Special Offers (2 for $50) for $29.99 — (list price $49.99)Kindle Paperwhite 8GB 6-inch 300ppi WiFi eReader with Special Offers + $5 eBook credit and 3 months Kindle Unlimited for $84.99 — (list price $129.99)Kindle 4GB 6-inch 167ppi WiFi E-reader with Special Offers + $5 eBook credit and 3 months Kindle Unlimited for $59.99 — (list price $89.99)Echo 2nd Gen Smart Speaker for $49.99 — (list price $99.99)Echo Plus 2nd Gen Smart Speaker with Built-in Smart Home Hub for $109.99 — (list price $149.99)Fire TV Cube 4K Streaming Media Player for $69.99 — (list price $119.99)Fire TV Recast Over-the-Air DVR (4 Tuners, 1TB, 150 Hours) (2 Tuners/500GB for $130) for $179.99 — (list price $279.99)Insignia 43-inch 4K UHD HDR Fire TV Edition Smart LED TV for $239 — (list price $299.99)Insignia 50-inch 4K UHD HDR Fire TV Edition Smart LED TV for $249.99 — (list price $349.99)Ring Spotlight Cam Wired HD Security Camera with Built-in Spotlights for $139— (list price $199)Ring Spotlight Cam Battery HD Security Camera with Built-in Spotlights for $139 — (list price $199)Ring Spotlight Cam Mount HD Securty Camera for $169 — (list price $249)Ring Stick Up Cam Wired HD Security Camera for $124.99 — (list price $179.99)Ring Stick Up Cam Battery HD Security Camera for $124.99 — (list price $179.99)4 Months Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 — (list price $31.96)Free 3 Months Kindle Unlimited — (list price $29.97)3 Months Audible Membership for $14.85 — (list price $44.85)20 percent off Kindle Unlimited 6-Month Subscription (33% off 12-Months, 40% off 24-Months)1 Year Audible Gold Membership + $0.99 Echo Dot for $119.50 — (list price $149.50)Check out more Amazon device deals.Smart Home DevicesNEW 10.1″ Portal from Facebook 1280×800 Smart Display for $79 at Amazon (list price $199)NEW 15.6″ Portal Plus from Facebook 1920×1200 Smart Display for $229 at Amazon (list price $349)Google Home Mini Smart Speaker for $25 at Walmart (list price $49)Google Home Mini Smart Speaker (2-Pack) for $49 at Walmart (list price $78)Google Home Smart Speaker for $69 at Walmart (list price $129)Google Home Max Smart Speaker + Google Home Mini for $244 at Walmart (Scroll down to “Buy Together and Save” – list price $448)Google Nest Hub 7-inch Smart Display for $79 at Walmart (list price $149)Google Nest Hello Smart WiFi Video Doorbell for $189 at Walmart (list price $229)Check out more Smart Home device deals.NetworkingNEW TP-Link Archer A9 AC1900 Wireless Router for $79.99 at Amazon (list price $99.99)NEW NETGEAR Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Wireless Router for $131.99 at Amazon (list price $249.99)NEW NETGEAR Nighthawk R6700 AC1750 Wireless Router for $68.99 at Amazon (list price $129.99)NEW NETGEAR Nighthawk R6900P AC1900 Wireless Router for $209.99 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW Netgear Nighthawk C7000 AC1900 Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem & Router for $134.99 at Amazon (list price $209.99)NEW Netgear CM1000 Docsis 3.1 Cable Modem for $125.99 at Amazon (list price $184.99)NEW Netgear CM700 Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $109.99)NEW TP-Link Deco P7 Powerline Hybrid Mesh WiFi System for $149.99 at Amazon (list price $229.99)NEW TRENDnet TPE-LG80 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ Switch w/ Lifetime Warranty for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $94.99)NEW Netgear EX6120 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender for $36.99 at Amazon (list price $64.99)NEW NETGEAR EX3700 AC750 WiFi Range Extender for $23.99 at Amazon (list price $46.99)NEW TP-Link AC750 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router, Bridge, Range Extender for $27.99 at Amazon (list price $44.99)NEW TRENDnet TPE-TG50g 5-Port PoE+ Gigabit Switch, 31 W PoE Budget for $29.99 at Amazon (list price $64.99)NEW D-Link DIR-867 AC1750 Wireless Gaming Router for $64.99 at Amazon (list price $89.99)NEW TP-Link USB 3.0 4-Port Hub for $6.99 at Amazon (list price $12.99)NEW TP-Link AC5400 Tri-Band Wireless Gaming Router w/ Game First Priorityfor $229.99 at Amazon (list price $399.99)NEW TP-Link UE300 Gigabit Ethernet USB 3.0 Adapter for $7.79 at Amazon (list price $21.99)NEW NETGEAR R6230 AC1200 Wireless Router for $41.99 at Amazon (list price $57)NEW TRENDnet TPE-LG50 5-Port Gigabit Long Range PoE+ Switch for $34.99at Amazon (list price $59.99)NEW ASUS RT-ACRH17 AC17000 Wireless Router for $59.99 at Amazon (list price $89.99)NEW NETGEAR S350 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Pro Switch for $39.99 at Amazon (list price $69.99)NEW D-Link DIR-878 AC1900 Wireless Router for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $159.99)NEW TP-Link RE220 AC750 WiFi Range Extender for $18.99 at Amazon (list price $29.99)Jetstream Ducati Edition AC3000 Tri-Band WiFi MU-MIMO Gaming Router for $89 at Walmart (list price $235)Check out more Networking deals.Storage256GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Card for $29.99.400GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Card for $44.99.NEW Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSDXC Card w/ Adapter for $36.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99)NEW 2TB Seagate Backup Plus Slim USB 3.0 Portable HDD + 2mos Adobe CC Photography for $51.99 at Amazon (list price $69.99)NEW 10TB WD Red NAS 5400RPM Hard Drive for $215.99 at Amazon (list price $419.11)NEW 256GB SanDisk MicroSDXC for Nintendo Switch for $39.99 at Amazon (list price $67)NEW 64GB SanDisk MicroSDXC for Nintendo Switch for $12.67 at Amazon (list price $19.99)NEW 256GB SanDisk Extreme microSDXC Card for $42.99 at Amazon (list price $54.99)NEW 128GB SanDisk Extreme microSDXC Card for $19.99 at Amazon (list price $68.99)NEW 512GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Card for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $179.99)NEW 256GB SanDisk Extreme SDXC Card for $47.99 at Amazon (list price $59.99)NEW 128GB SanDisk Extreme U3 SDXC Card for $23.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99)NEW 1TB SanDisk Extreme MicroSDXC Flash Card for $380.82 at Amazon (list price $449.99)NEW 1TB SanDisk Extreme USB C/3.1 Portable SSD Drive for $135.99 at Amazon (list price $349.99)NEW Toshiba Canvio 4TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for $76.99 at Amazon (list price $102.98)NEW ibi The Smart Photo Manager – Collect, Organize and Privately Share for $119.99 at Amazon (list price $179.99)NEW 1TB WD My Passport Go SSD Cobalt USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for $134.99 at Amazon (list price $229.99)NEW 8TB WD Red NAS 5400RPM Hard Drive for $156.99 at Amazon (list price $250.45)NEW 4TB WD Red Pro NAS 7200RPM Hard Drive for $135.99 at Amazon (list price $198)NEW 6TB WD Black 7200 RPM Performance Hard Drive for $174.99 at Amazon (list price $249.99)NEW 4TB WD Black 7200 RPM Performance Hard Drive for $129.99 at Amazon (list price $189.99)NEW 10TB WD Elements USB 3.0 Desktop External Drive for $159.49 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW 6TB WD Elements USB 3.0 Desktop External Drive for $89.99 at Amazon (list price $189.99)NEW 1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe PCIe m.2 SSD for $174.99 at Amazon (list price $249.99)NEW 4TB WD Gaming Drive PSR Portable HDD for $91.79 at Amazon (list price $129.99)NEW 1TB G-DRIVE mobile SSD USB C & 3.1 Portable DriveStorage for $156.23at Amazon (list price $209.99)NEW G-Technology 2TB G-DRIVE mobile SSD Durable Portable External Storage – USB-C (USB 3.1 Gen 2) – 0G06054 for $308.99 at Amazon (list price $749.95)NEW 500G Black High-Performance NVMe M.2 PCIe Internal SSD for $79.99 at Amazon (list price $149.99)NEW 4TB WD Blue 3D NAND SSD for $429.99 at Amazon (list price $549.99)NEW 512GB PNY PRO Elite USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $74.99 at Amazon (list price $119.99)NEW 1TB LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt USB 3.0 Portable Drive for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $129.94)NEW 2TB LaCie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 Portable Drive for $79.99 at Amazon (list price $109.94)NEW 64GB PNY Turbo USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $7.99 at Amazon (list price $14.99)NEW 10TB Seagate Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 External Drive + 2mos Adobe CC Photography for $169.99 at Amazon (list price $269.99)NEW 6TB Seagate Expansion USB 3.0 Desktop Drive for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $129.99)NEW Synology DiskStation DS218j 2-Bay Diskless NAS Storage for $118.99 at Amazon (list price $169.99)NEW 4TB Seagate Game Drive Portable HDD (PS4) for $89.99 at Amazon (list price $115)NEW 2TB LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt USB 3.0 Portable Drive for $129.99 at Amazon (list price $229.99)NEW 256GB SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad for $59.69 at Amazon (list price $74.49)NEW 128GB SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C for $19.15 at Amazon (list price $59.99)NEW 256GB SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C + 3.1 for $33.17 at Amazon (list price $44.99)NEW 64GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive for $7.99 at Amazon (list price $22.99)NEW 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive for $29.99 at Amazon (list price $41.99)NEW 64GB SanDisk Ultra Loop USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $9.99 at Amazon (list price $19.99)NEW 128GB SanDisk Ultra Loop USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $17.99 at Amazon (list price $29.99)NEW 128GB SanDisk Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drive (10 Pack) for $189.99 at Amazon (list price $218.99)2TB SanDisk Ultra 3D NAND 2.5-inch Solid State Drive for $192.99 — (list price $239.99)4TB Samsung 860 QVO SSD for $399.99 — (list price $549.99)Check out more Storage deals.ComponentsNEW Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO Intel LGA1151 Z390 ATX RGB Fusion Gaming Motherboard for $144.99 at Amazon (list price $189.99)NEW CORSAIR H115i RGB Platinum 280mm Liquid CPU Coole for Intel 115x/2066 or AMD AM4/TR4 for $104.99 at Amazon (list price $164.99)NEW MSI Gaming Armor Radeon RX 590 OC 8GB GDRR5 Video Card for $179.99 at Amazon (list price $259.99)NEW CORSAIR Carbide SPEC-DELTA RGB Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Casew/ Tempered Glass for $55.99 at Amazon (list price $86.99)NEW Thermaltake Smart 700W 80+ Plus Power Supply w/ 120mm Ultra Quietfor $33.59 at Amazon (list price $64.99)NEW Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB Plus E-ATX Full Tower w/ Modular Design & Rotational PCI-E Expansion Slot for $181.99 at Amazon (list price $256.99)NEW Thermaltake Commander C36 ATX Mid Tower Computer w/ 5V ARGB Switch Board Sync for $60.49 at Amazon (list price $109.99)NEW CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard w/ Cherry MX Speed for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $169.99)NEW CORSAIR RMX White Series850 Watt 80+ Gold Certified Module Power Supply for $94.99 at Amazon (list price $149.99)NEW Corsair Vengeance 750M 750W 80+ Silver Semi-Modular Power Supply for $59.99 at Amazon (list price $94.99)NEW Corsair Vengeance 650M 650W 80 PLUS Silver Semi-Modular Power Supply for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $84.99)NEW Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition CPU Air Cooler for $24.99 at Amazon (list price $39.99)NEW Cooler Master Stryker SE Full-Tower Case for $128 at Amazon (list price $169.99)NEW Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X LGA1151 Motherboard w/ 2-Way CrossFire Support for $119.99 at Amazon (list price $144.99)NEW Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 570 4GB Video Card w/ Backplate for $119.99at Amazon (list price $209.99)NEW Ballistix Elite 16GB (8GBx2) Desktop RAM for $104.99 at Amazon (list price $149.99)Check out more Components deals.Laptops and Desktop ComputersApple iPad WiFi 128GB Tablet for $299.99 — (list price $429)Apple iPad 32GB 9.7-inch Retina WiFi Tablet (2018 Model) for $249 at Walmart (list price $329)10.5-inch Apple iPad Pro 512GB 4G Tablet (Previous Gen) for $699.99 — (list price $1,129)10.5-inch Apple iPad Pro 256GB 4G Tablet (Previous Gen) for $631.72 — (list price $929)NEW Acer Predator Helios 300 Intel i7-9750h 6-Core + GTX 1660ti 144Hz 15.6″ 144Hz IPS Gaming Laptop w/ 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD for $999 at Amazon (list price $1199.99)NEW HP Pavilion AMD Ryzen 5 2400G Desktop w/ RX 580 GPU for $479.99 at Amazon (list price $769.99)NEW CyberpowerPC Gamer Master AMD Ryzen 7 2700 + RTX 2070 Liquid Cooled PC w/ 16GB RAM 240GB SSD for $1099 at Amazon (list price $1414.99)NEW iBUYPOWER Pro Gaming Intel i7-9700k 8-Core + RTX 2070 Liquid Cooled Gaming PC w/ 16GB RFAM, 240GB SSD for $1199 at Amazon (list price $1649.99)NEW Acer Aspire 5 MD Ryzen 3 3200U 1080p IPS 15.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $269 at Amazon (list price $349.99)NEW HP ENVY 13 Intel Core i7-8565U Quad-Core 13.3″ 4K Touch Laptop w/ Nvidia MX250, 16GB SDRAM, 512GB SSD for $999 at Amazon (list price $1349.99)NEW MSI GV62 8RD-276 Intel i7-8750H 6-Core 15.6″ Gaming Laptop w/ 16GB, 128GB NVMe SSD for $799 at Amazon (list price $999)NEW Razer Blade 15 Intel i7-8750H 6 Core + GTX 1060 Max-Q Laptop w/ 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $1199.99 at Amazon (list price $1599.99)NEW Razer Blade 15 Intel i7-8750H 6-Core + GTX 1060 Max-Q 15.6″ Laptop w/ 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $1099.99 at Amazon (list price $1599.99)NEW ASUS ROG Zephyrus S Ultra Slim Intel i7-8750h 6-Core + GTX 1070 15.6″ w/ 144Hz IPS, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM for $1249.99 at Amazon (list price $1799)NEW ASUS FX504 Thin & Light TUF Intel i7-8750H 6-Core + GTX 1050 Ti 15.6″ Laptop for $749.99 at Amazon (list price $999.99)NEW ASUS ROG Strix Scar Intel Core i7-8750H 6-Core + GTX 1050 Ti 15.6″ Laptop w/ 1080p 120Hz Display, 16GB RAM, Dual Storage for $989 at Amazon (list price $1299.99)NEW MSI GV62 8RD-275 Intel i5-8300h Quad + GTX 1050Ti 1080p 15.6″ Gaming Laptop for $649.99 at Amazon (list price $749)NEW ASUS Chromebook 2-in-1 Intel Celeron 15.6″ w/ 4GBB RAM, 32GB Storagefor $199.99 at Amazon (list price $269.99)NEW Samsung Chromebook 11.6″ Intel Celeron 3060 11.6″ w/ 4GB Ram, 64GB Storage for $179.99 at Amazon (list price $279.99)NEW Acer Chromebook 15 Intel Pentium N4200 1080p Touch 15.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $299.99 at Amazon (list price $399.99)NEW Acer Chromebook 315 AMD Dual-Core A4-9120C 15.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $209.99 at Amazon (list price $259.99)NEW Acer Chromebook R 11 2-in-1 Intel N3060 Dual-Clre 11.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $199.99 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW Acer Chromebook R 13 Convertible MediaTek Quad-Core 1080p 13.3″ w/ 4GB, 32GB Storage for $299.99 at Amazon (list price $389.99)NEW Acer Chromebook Spin 13 2-in-1 Intel i5 Quad-Core 2K 13.5″ w/ 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $599.99 at Amazon (list price $823.35)NEW Acer Aspire 1 Intel Celeron 4000 1080p 14″ Laptop w/ 64GB eMMC, Office 365 for $199.99 at Amazon (list price $249.99)NEW ASUS Chromebook 2-in-1 Intel Celeron C3350 14″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $179.99 at Amazon (list price $269.99)NEW ASUS Chromebook Intel Celeron N3350 11.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storagefor $169.99 at Amazon (list price $228.99)NEW ASUS Chromebook Intel Dual-Core Celeron 11.6″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $169.99 at Amazon (list price $229.99)NEW ASUS C302CA Chromebook Flip 2-in-1 Intel Core m3 12.5″ w/ 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage for $399.99 at Amazon (list price $485.98)NEW Lenovo Chromebook S330 Qualcomm 14″ w/ 4GB, 32GB Storage for $144.99 at Amazon (list price $289.99)NEW HP Chromebook AND A4-9120 1080p 14″ w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB Storage for $179.99 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 2-in-1 Intel Celeron Full HD 12.2″ w/ Stylus, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage for $379.99 at Amazon (list price $549.99)NEW Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 32GB Quad-Core 9.7″ Tablet for $369.99 at Amazon (list price $547.99)Acer Aspire E 15 Intel Core i3 Dual-Core 1080p 15.6-inch Laptop w/ 6GB RAMfor $299.99 — (list price $379.99)Acer Aspire TC-885 Intel Core i3-8100 Quad-Core Desktop w/ 8GB RAM, Intel Optane for $299.99 — (list price $449.99)ASUS VivoBook F510QA AMD A12-9720P Quad-Core 15.6-inch 1080p Laptop for $249 at Walmart (list price $399)Dell G5 15 Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-core 15.6-inch 1080p IPS Gaming Laptop with 6GB GTX 1060, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD for $779 at Walmart (list price $1,099)Lenovo Ideapad S340 Intel Core i3-8145U 15.6-inch Laptop with 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $289 at Walmart (list price $329)Lenovo Ideapad S340 Intel Core i5-8265U 15.6-inch Laptop with 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $369 at Walmart (list price $429.99)Samsung Galaxy Tab A 16GB Full HD 10.1-inch Tablet for $159.99 — (list price $279.99)Samsung Galaxy Tab A 16GB 8-inch Tablet for $119.99 — (list price $179.99)Check out more Laptops and Desktop PC deals.MonitorsNEW 34″ Alienware AW3418DW 1900R Curved 3440×1440 120Hz Overclocked Gaming Monitor for $719.99 at Amazon (list price $1099.99)NEW 27″ LG 27UD68-W 4K UHD IPS Monitor w/ Freesync for $299.99 at Amazon (list price $499.99)NEW 24″ HP VH240a 1920×1080 IPS Monitor w/ Tilt/Height Stand for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $139.99)NEW 34″ LG 34GL750-B Curved 2560×1080 IPS Gaming Monitor w/ 144Hz & G-Sync for $379.99 at Amazon (list price $549.99)NEW 27″ ViewSonic XG2702 1ms 144 Hz Gaming Monitor w/ FreeSync for $179.99 at Amazon (list price $279.99)NEW 27″ Acer KB272HL 1920×1080 VA LED Monitor w/ AMD FreeSync for $114.99 at Amazon (list price $143.74)NEW 32″ Dell S3219D 2560X1440 LED Monitor w/ VA Panel, FreeSync for $219.99 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW 49″ Acer 3840×1080 144Hz Monitor w/ VA Panel, HDR Enabled for $699 at Amazon (list price $899)NEW 32″ Samsung CJG5 Curved 2560×1440 144Hz Gaming Monitor for $299.99 at Amazon (list price $399.99)NEW 27″ Acer Nitro VG271 1920×1080 144Hz IPS LED Monitor w/ FreeSync for $209.99 at Amazon (list price $299.99)NEW 24″ Acer KG241Q 1920×1080 144Hz 1ms Monitor w/ FreeSync for $149.99 at Amazon (list price $199.99)NEW 27″ LG 27GL650F-B 1920×1080 144Hz 1ms HDR 10 IPS LED Monitor for $249.99 at Amazon (list price $349.99)Check out more Monitor deals.TVs and Home Entertainment65-inch Vizio D65x-G4 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV for $449.99 at Walmart (list price $698)NEW 65″ Sony XBR-65X850F 4K UltraHD LED Smart HD for $849 at Amazon (list price $1099.99)NEW Optoma UHD51A 4K UHD Smart Home Theater Projector for $1269 at Amazon (list price $1699.99)NEW Logitech Harmony Smart Control w/ App for $42.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99)Xiaomi Mi Box S 4K UltraHD HDR Smart Android TV Media Player w/ Google Assistant Remote + $10 VUDU Credit for $39.99 at Walmart (list price $59.99)Harry Potter Hogwarts Collection (Blu-ray + DVD) for $85 — (list price $249.99)Harry Potter Collection (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray) for $78.99 — (list price $178.99)Check out more TV deals.Gaming, Toys, and CollectiblesNEW Nintendo Switch + $35 eShop Gift Card for $299.99 at Amazon (list price $333.99)NEW Razer DeathAdder Elite 1600dpi Gaming Mouse w/ Chroma RGB Lightingfor $34.99 at Amazon (list price $69.99)NEW Logitech G29 Dual Motor Racing Wheel w/ Pedals (PS4) for $199.99 at Amazon (list price $399.99)NEW Logitech G920 Dual Motor Racing Wheel w/ Pedals (Xbox One) for $199.99 at Amazon (list price $399.99)NEW Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for $79.99at Amazon (list price $179.99)NEW HyperX Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for $79.99 at Amazon (list price $109.99)NEW Cooler Master Devastator 3 Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Combo for $34.99at Amazon (list price $39.99)NEW Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse w/ Mechanical Switches for $54.99 at Amazon (list price $99.99)NEW Razer Huntsman Opto-Mechanical Gaming Keyboard w/ Purple Key Switches for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $144)NEW Corsair K68 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard w/ Cherry MX Speed for $79.99 at Amazon (list price $99.99)NEW Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Mechanical Keyboard w/ Cherry MX Speed for $109.99 at Amazon (list price $199.99)NEW HyperX Alloy Core RGB Membrane Gaming Keyboard for $29.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99)Check out more Gaming deals.Smartphones$300 off Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ for $599.99 — (list price $899.99)$350 off Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $649.99 — (list price $999.99)$250 off Galaxy S9 and S9+ for $349.99 — (list price $599.99)Google Pixel 3 XL 64GB Unlocked Smartphone for $638.99 — (list price $899.99)NEW Google Pixel 3 64GB Unlocked Smartphone for $539 at Amazon (list price $799)NEW Google Pixel 3 XL 128GB Unlocked Smartphone for $799.99 at Amazon (list price $999)NEW Motorola G6 64GB Unlocked 5.7″ Smartphone for $199.99 at Amazon (list price $319.99)Razer Phone 2 64GB w/ 120Hz QHD Display + 8GB RAM for $399.99 — (list price $799.99)Check out more Smartphone deals.Headphones, Speakers and AudioNEW Apple AirPods with Charging Case for $144.99 at Amazon (list price $159)NEW Apple AirPods with 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first_img This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. The OnePlus 7 Pro has only been on sale a couple of weeks, but the firm is already dishing out software updates to remedy some perceived flaws.Today’s update brings improvements for the camera for the OnePlus 7 Pro handset, which promises better HDR performance, while sorting out the white balance and focus issues mentioned by early adopters.OnePlus is also taking the opportunity to improve the Ambient Display, optimising the Tap To Wake feature, while it is also tackling an issue with Bluetooth headsets that has led to some users complaining about audio lag when playing games.Related: Best camera phonesThe list of updates, as part of Oxygen OS 9.5.4 and 9.5.5 (depending on the region) release, is list listed as follows in the OnePlus changelog.Changelog:SystemOptimized Double Tap to Wake and Ambient DisplayFixed an issue that causes an audio delay with the Bluetooth headset when playing gamesGeneral bug fixes and improvementsCameraImproved image quality in HDR scenariosImproved image quality in low lightFixed white balance issue in several scenariosFixed focus issue in several scenariosWhile the update addresses many of the perceived issues with the OnePlus 7 Pro out of the box, it doesn’t contend with a relatively new complaint. Last week it emerged OnePlus 7 owners were experiencing ‘ghost touch’ issues, where the handset would register phantom user inputs, especially in the top right corner of the screen.A thread on the OnePlus Forums features complaints from users experiencing “ghost touches” in random parts of the display. According to the users experiencing the issue, it occurs whether they’re touching the device or not, and in a wide variety of apps.Currently, it’s unclear whether the glitch is hardware or software-related, but not all device owners are experiencing the problem. OnePlus’ own bug hunters are reaching out to consumers in the hope of narrowing down the cause. The company is yet to officially comment on the issue, but we’ll keep you posted. ——————————————————————————————————–Grab these great Prime Day savingsSave £40 on the Kindle PaperwhiteSave £171 on the Ultimate Ears Megablast speaker We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies – we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy.center_img Sign up for the Mobile NewsletterSign Up Please keep me up to date with special offers and news from Goodtoknow and other brands operated by TI Media Limited via email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend. We use industry standard tests to evaluate products in order to assess them properly. We’ll always tell you what we find. Trusted Reviews may get a commission if you buy through our links. Tell us what you think.last_img read more

UPDATE VIDEO: Audi e-tron Debuts U.S. Price Undercuts Model X Sales in the U.S. will begin from Q2 2019, from $74,800.Audi e-tron specs:0-60 mph – 5.5 secondsTop speed – 124 mphover 400 km (250 miles) expected under WLTP test cycle95 kWh battery (36 cell modules, each module is equipped with 12 pouch cells, nominal voltage of 396 volts)battery pack weight: 700 kilograms (1543.2 lb)dual-motor all-wheel drive – up to 300 kW and 664 Nm in S mode (boost) or up to 265 kW and 561 Nm in D modeMaximum tow rating – 4,000 pounds when properly equipped9.6 kW on-board charger (240 V, 40 A) in U.S. and 11 kW or 22 kW three-phase in EuropeDC fast charging up to 150 kW: 0-80% in 30 minutes UPDATE e-Tron Priced: German EV Wave: Audi e-tron vs. Mercedes EQC vs. BMW iNEXT Source: Electric Vehicle News 28 photos Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on September 18, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Here is a first look at the Audi e-tron.The world premiere of the Audi e-tron in San Francisco is already behind us so we can now sit back and take a look at the first series-produced electric Audi.Autogefühl had an opportunity to check the e-tron in the studio, covering everything from exterior to the interior, and we must say it’s quite a decent BEV.See Also Audi e-tron GT To Debut AT LA Auto Show: 12 New EVs By 2025 Audi e-tron read more

first_imgSource: Charge Forward Electric bicycles are great, combining a lightweight vehicle with near-effortless propulsion. But sometimes you just want to sit back and relax a bit more. That’s when an electric pedal car might be right for you.Now there’s an interesting new option coming to the admittedly small US electric pedal car industry: the Screecher. more…The post Check out this $2,500 solar-charging belt-driven electric pedal car appeared first on Electrek.last_img

first_imgSource: Electric Vehicle News Musk Spills A Bunch Of China Battery Gigafactory Details Tesla is the most valuable battery customer to Panasonic.According to Nikkei’s article, a source affiliated with Panasonic says that Tesla is “just about the only place it can secure solid profitability in car batteries.”Panasonic is supplying lithium-ion batteries to multiple carmakers in Japan, Europe and North America, but it seems that the volume and prices in Tesla deals are the most satisfying.So far, Tesla relied only on Panasonic, which produced cells for the Roadster, Model S and, Model X in Japan, and produces cells for the Model 3 at the Tesla Gigafactory. The production goal potential for the Gigafactory in Nevada is set for 35 GWh annually by the end of this year.Tesla battery production The topic about Tesla and Panasonic arose after Elon Musk said that the new Tesla Gigafactory 3 in China will have multiple cell suppliers, including Panasonic.“Tesla will manufacture all battery modules & packs at China Giga, as we do today in California & Nevada. Cell production will be sourced locally, most likely from several companies (incl Pana), in order to meet demand in a timely manner.”It changes the situation for the Japanese manufacturer, which now maybe will have to compete with other manufacturers for Tesla contracts, at least in some markets.Source: asia.nikkei.com Tesla Model 3 Initial Chinese Production Targeted At 3,000 Per Week Construction Already Underway At Tesla Gigafactory 3 In China: Video Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on November 20, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more

first_img BYD Posts Surging Plug-In Electric Car Sales Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on March 12, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News BYD Starts 2019 By Increasing EV Sales By 292% BYD Delivered World’s Largest Electric Double-Decker Bus Fleet As to monthly performance, the NEV sales in Feb. were 14,429 units, soaring 72.66% from the year-ago period, while slumping 49.67% month on month and even plunging 69.07% compared with the peak level of 46,650 units for last December.From January to February, BYD’s fuel-burning vehicle sales sharply shrank 47.74% to 27,656 units. Especially, the sales of the sedan and the MPV segments presented year-on-year slump up to 52.67% and 60.26% respectively.Regarding the month-by-month tendency, the monthly fuel-burning vehicle segment posted the second-month-in-a-row decline in February with 12,404 units sold.The installed capacity of new energy vehicle power battery and energy storage battery of BYD for the first two months of 2019 was approximately 2.32GWh.BYD is ambitious to sell 650,000 vehicles in 2019 and plans to roll out nine or ten new models, including the all-new BYD Tang EV600, the Song MAX DM, the Yuan EV535 and the Song Pro, etc.Source: Gasgoo Lift off!China’s automaker BYD reported that its Jan.-Feb. sales in 2019 totaled 70,753 units, edging up 3.12% year on year. Of that, the Feb. sales were 26,833 units, only 560 units more than that of a year ago.For the first two months, new energy vehicle (NEV) sales reached 43,097 units, skyrocketing 174.73% over the year-ago period. The sales of new energy PVs significantly surged 173.02% year on year to 42,010 units, among which 24,179 BEVs were sold with a marvelous leap of 3637.09%, and PHEV sales grew 20.97% from the previous year to 17,831 units.More From BYD Source: Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more

first_imgSource: Charge Forward Chevrolet just unveiled its new mid-engine Corvette, the 2020 Stingray, and though it’s an ICE car, comments from GM brass leave the door open for future electric versions of the sports car — possibly even an all-electric version. more…Subscribe to Electrek on YouTube for exclusive videos and subscribe to the podcast.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1zk7Eb8r-s&list=PL_Qf0A10763mA7Byw9ncZqxjke6Gjz0MtThe post New mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette to become electric…probably appeared first on Electrek.last_img read more

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first_img Source:https://www.eshre.eu Jul 3 2018Following concerns over many years that hormonal stimulation of the ovaries necessary for IVF may increase the risk of ovarian cancer, a nationwide cohort study from Denmark has now concluded that any perceived increase in risk is actually a statistical bias resulting from vigilant diagnosis at the time of treatment. The investigators were unable to make any causal association between the treatment and fertility drugs used and any excess risk of ovarian cancer.The study matched every woman having IVF in Denmark between 1994 and 2015 with ten women from the background population and in its analysis found that assisted reproduction treatment (ART) “was not associated with a long-term increased risk of ovarian cancer which would be expected if caused by ovarian stimulating hormones”.Results of this study, which finally included 58,472 women treated with IVF or ICSI and 549,210 non-treatment women, are presented today at the 34th Annual Meeting of ESHRE in Barcelona by gynaecologist Professor Anja Pinborg of the Fertility Department at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital, in Denmark. Each of the women were followed-up until a first cancer diagnosis, death or end of study period in 2015.Results did show a slightly higher overall risk of ovarian cancer among the ART women (0.11%) than among the non-ART controls (0.06%). However, the analysis also showed comparably higher rates of ovarian cancer in women who were nulliparous and in the ART women who had a female cause of infertility. By contrast, ART treatment where the cause of infertility was in the male partner (or even unexplained) was associated with a lower risk of ovarian cancer. It was these anomalies in the analysis which indicated that any observed increase in risk was not associated with stimulation of the ovaries per se but more with parity status, cause of infertility and vigilance.There has long been a concern that the fertility drugs used in assisted reproduction were a risk factor for ovarian cancer, though any causal biological mechanism was never fully explained. This view is based on an observation that increased ovarian activity (such as in nulliparity or a late menopause) increases the risk. By contrast, pregnancy or use of oral contraceptives, which both inhibit ovarian activity, have been shown to reduce the risk. Nevertheless, and despite these proposals, increasing age and genetic factors (such as an inherited mutation of the two BRCA genes) remain the most clearly associated risk factors, although the disease remains complex in its cause and late in its diagnosis.Related StoriesTrends in colonoscopy rates not aligned with increase in early onset colorectal cancerSugary drinks linked to cancer finds studyCancer killing capability of lesser-known immune cells identifiedThis population study, which cross-linked the comprehensive national cancer and reproductive health registries of Denmark, found that any excess risk in the ART women was at its highest in the first two years after treatment but this excess risk gradually declined over the study period – and at 12 years after treatment was similar to that of the general population background group. “This pattern,” say the authors, “suggests an influence of detection bias while undergoing ART treatment.””We found that the higher risk of ovarian cancer among women having assisted reproduction treatment was only present among those with diagnosed female infertility,” said Pinborg. “And in a general population we saw that ovarian stimulation does not seem to increase the risk of ovarian cancer.”She described the results as “reassuring”, adding: “I would advise infertile women contemplating ART treatment to go ahead. Ovarian stimulation itself is not introducing any excess risk of ovarian cancer.” She also noted that, while the relative risks appear high among some groups of women, the absolute risk of beng diagnosed with ovarian cancer remain small.last_img read more