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Dutch Companies Create Tesla Hearse So Your Loved Ones Can Die In Style

Yesterday, Elon Musk warned us that his grand vision to send humans to Mars wouldn’t be without danger — in fact, he said, “The probability of death is quite high on the first mission.” Now, with what can only be described as perfect timing (or great marketing), two Dutch companies are claiming they have created a hearse out of a Tesla Model S.

Elon Musk Is Always Late

Elon Musk, innovation bad boy and guy who recently blew up Mark Zuckerberg’s expensive satellite, is always late. Today, he was 25 minutes late to his own event about colonising Mars. Nice going!

Uber's Self-Driving Car Passengers Were Signing Their Lives Away

Uber’s fleet of self-driving cars in Pittsburgh are super exciting for anyone interested in the future of transportation — but they could come at a huge risk for passengers riding in the vehicles.

Tesla Sued Because 'Insane Mode' Not Insane Enough

According to 126 Tesla customers, the Model S sedan P85D performance version can eat dirt, because its “insane mode” isn’t as insane as the company claims.

Researchers Hack A Tesla From 19 Kilometres Away 

A team of researchers were able to wirelessly attack a Tesla Model S and gain control over some of its internal electronic components including the car’s brakes. And they pulled it off from 19km away.

Tesla Attacks Former Supplier

The battle is on. Tesla is accusing Mobileye, a former supplier, of blocking the development of its own proprietary vision system used in the Autopilot driver-assistance feature.

Autopilot Supplier Ends Relationship With Tesla Over Safety Concerns

Mobileye is breaking up with Tesla. The Israel-based company helps Tesla build its Autopilot driver assistance systems, but on Thursday, the company’s chairman said Tesla was “pushing the envelope in terms of safety” and discontinued its relationship with the automaker.

An Oil Executive (Allegedly) Impersonated Elon Musk To Steal Tesla Info

Why did they think this would work? On 3 August, oil pipeline services firm Quest Integrity allegedly thought it might be a good idea to secure the email “[email protected]”, use it to impersonate Elon Musk and send an email to Tesla’s Chief Financial Officer asking for confidential information — in language you might expect from your bestie confirming dinner plans while while they are in a bit of a hurry.

This is amazing.

Tesla Makes Autopilot Safer With Radar

The onboard radar was added to all Tesla vehicles in October 2014 as part of the Autopilot hardware suite, but was only meant to be a supplementary sensor to the primary camera and image processing system. Tesla now believes it can be used as a primary control sensor — without needing the camera to recognise anything.

Elon Musk's Bad Day Was Much Worse Than We Thought

Yesterday, Elon Musk’s Falcon 9 rocket exploded during a test fire. But that wasn’t all — by the time the day was over, Musk had also lost nearly $US780 million ($1.03 billion) and Mark Zuckerberg’s love.

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