Research In Motion has posted a set of guidelines on its website that specify how countries like India can monitor its services. The rules state that they will not grant access beyond what's legally required by local governments and any monitoring would need to be "technology and vendor neutral". No changes (such as backdoors for a country) will be made to the nature of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server. [Blackberry via Electronista]
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Billionaire tech icon Elon Musk turned a lot of heads in Malibu, California on Saturday night when he showed up to a swanky restaurant in his new Tesla Cybertruck. But Musk’s night on the town included at least one embarrassing hiccup. The founder of Tesla and SpaceX hit a traffic pylon with his shiny new vehicle that some Twitter users joked was roughly the height of a small child.
We’ve all seen the peculiarly-designed Tesla Cybertruck on stage and driving on a short course during its debut last month. But if you’ve been wondering what the vehicle looks like on public roads, especially next to standard, run-of-the-mill cars, the answer is: absolutely absurd. Take a look.