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Tesla Fined $16K Per Owner for Throttling Battery Capacity, Charging Speed in Norway

Tesla Fined $16K Per Owner for Throttling Battery Capacity, Charging Speed in Norway

PCMag editors select and review products . If you buy through affiliate links, we may earn commissions, which help support our testing. .https://www.pcmag.com/news/tesla-fined-16k-per-owner-for-throttling-battery-capacity-charging-speed(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Tesla could be forced to pay out millions in compensation due to a software update it released back in 2019 to help protect the battery in its .As , the software update was released to "protect the battery and improve battery longevity," but it came with two big side effects. The first was a reduction in range, and the...

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Silver Sparrow Malware Discovered on 30K Infected Macs

Silver Sparrow Malware Discovered on 30K Infected Macs

PCMag editors select and review products . If you buy through affiliate links, we may earn commissions, which help support our testing. .https://www.pcmag.com/news/silver-sparrow-malware-discovered-on-30k-infected-macsIf a reminder were needed that no platform is safe from infection, a brand new strain of has been found hiding on 30,000 Macs waiting to be told what to do.As , the new macOS malware was , with the company naming this unusual strain "Silver Sparrow." Why is it unusual? As Red Canary's Tony Lambert explains, Silver Sparrow "did not exhibit the behaviors that we’ve come to...

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Users Upset as Raspberry Pi OS Now Pings a Microsoft Server During Updates

Users Upset as Raspberry Pi OS Now Pings a Microsoft Server During Updates

PCMag editors select and review products . If you buy through affiliate links, we may earn commissions, which help support our testing. .https://www.pcmag.com/news/users-upset-as-raspberry-pi-os-now-pings-a-microsoft-server-during-updates(Photo: Raspberry Pi)The Raspberry Pi Foundation enjoys a good reputation among users, but it has been tarnished somewhat this week due to a change to the Raspberry Pi OS.The officially supported operating system for single-board computers is called Raspberry Pi OS (formerly known as Raspbian). As , the latest update to the operating system introduced a...

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Airbus Unveils 3 Hydrogen-Powered Concept Aircraft

Airbus Unveils 3 Hydrogen-Powered Concept Aircraft

PCMag editors select and review products . We may earn affiliate commissions from buying links, which help support our testing. .(Photo: Airbus)Airbus has made a pledge to have the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft in service by 2035, and to support that ambition, three hydrogen-powered concept aircraft designs have been unveiled by the company this week.The trio of aircraft are due to their reliance on hydrogen as a fuel source. "As recently as five years ago, hydrogen propulsion wasn’t even on our radar as a viable emission-reduction technology pathway," explains Glenn...

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GameStop Is Closing Up to 450 Stores This Year

GameStop Is Closing Up to 450 Stores This Year

PCMag editors select and review products . We may earn affiliate commissions from buying links, which help support our testing. .(Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)Retail is suffering badly due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it's forced GameStop to than it planned this year.Last year, the games retailer classed as "underperforming" by CFO James Bell. It followed tumbling hardware and software sales by the company, and that was before anyone had heard the word "COVID-19." Then in March, were announced in what Bell classed as continuing to "de-densify our global store fleet." It...

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Vivaldi Browser Adds a Pause Button for the Internet

Vivaldi Browser Adds a Pause Button for the Internet

PCMag editors select and review products . We may earn affiliate commissions from buying links, which help support our testing. .(Image: Vivaldi)It can be hard to tear yourself away from the never-ending stream of content provided by the internet, so Vivaldi decided to make taking a break easier by introducing a pause button. of the Vivaldi browser called "Break Mode." Rather than having to close your browser, Break Mode allows you to effectively pause your access to the internet with a button press. Once installed, Vivaldi 3.3 displays a pause button on the status bar. When pressed, Break...

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