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Pour one out for Apple's AirPower project
Apple's AirPower, the company's infamous promise of a wireless charging option, is officially dead. Apple unveiled the project in 2017 to much applause, but it boasts when it came to giving an actual release date. Finally they have killed the project after concluding that it would "not achieve our high standards." Guess this one didn't "Just Work."
India's rickshaws are going electric
When most people think of electric cars, they think of Tesla and the Prius. But in India, where rickshaws (or tuk tuks) reign, they're trading in gas for swappable batteries. This move is not just up to the end of the Paris climate agreement, but to improve their air conditions, which are some of the worst in the world. Since the batteries are swappable, drivers don't need to wait for a charge to get back on the road.
Al Gore likes the Green New Deal
Al Gore didn't invent the Green New Deal, but he does it . "OK, so you can call it simplistic, you can call it naive, but the American people get it. They're saying 'Yeah, we're for a Green New Deal. Now you work out the details." Tell if Congress feels the same.
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