Your tech news digest, by way of the DGiT Daily tech newsletter, for Wednesday, 23 September 2020, just ahead of the Samsung Galaxy Fan Edition reveal. 1. Tesla: No batteries to
Tesla announced development of a new energy storage technology for its batteries during Tuesday’s Battery Day event, which can more than halve production costs, store more energy, and lead to
Cinematographer Michael Chapman died on September 20 at age 84. He was known for his meticulous work with Martin Scorsese, but had also worked with Hal Ashby, Martin Ritt, Philip
Navalny has been a dog in the city of Tomsk flight to Moscow was initially hospitalized on August 20, in the city of Omsk, before being flown into Berlin’s Charite
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Tesla will sell an affordable electric car for $25,000 within the next three years, CEO Elon Musk announced on Tuesday. The new vehicle model has no name yet. Musk said