Tech Digest Daily Roundup: Tesla to deliver record number of EVs in 2022


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say it’s a given record 1.3m vehicles 40% more than last year, 2021. This comes after the company delivered over 405,000 vehicles in the last three months of 2022. However, the figure missed Wall Street’s forecast of about 430,000 deliveries for the period. The motor industry is expected to face slowing demand this year as potential customers are worried about rising interest rates and recession concerns. in a statement to investorsTesla said it had to deal with “significant COVID and supply chain challenges throughout the year”. BBC

citymapper Losses have widened to £7.4m as the travel app struggles to convert its popularity into revenue growth. London travel start-up Developed the mapping and transportation app used by millions, reported revenue of £5.1m in the year ending December 2021, down from £5.4m the previous year. During the year the company went further into losses as losses increased from £6.4m to £7.4m. Established more than a decade ago, Citymapper has never turned a profit and now earns money through referrals for taxis, e-bikes and scooters that users can pick up and pay for through its app. Wire

Samsung launching all Galaxy S23 The smartphone with at least 256GB of storage as per the latest rumor claims. According to Ahmed Quader on Twitter, the 128GB option is gone which means there will be no 8GB RAM variant. Galaxy S23 Ultra – Only 12 GB. The leakster posted only one storage option for the S23 and S23+, but three variants of the Ulta, raising a question whether this is a complete list of variants or only the top-tier phone has been listed in full. Galaxy S22 And Galaxy S22+ Both started with 8/128 GB, but now the base variant of Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 will be 8/256 GB. GSM Arena

in addition to its outline Expectations for the iPhone 15 lineup Today, Technical Analyst Jeff Pu Said Apple will likely release two notable products in 2024, including the first Apple Watch with Micro-LED display And the low-cost AirPods.

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In a research note for Hong Kong investment firm Haitong International Securities, Pu said that a new high-end Apple Watch would likely adopt a Micro-LED display measuring 2.1 inches diagonally, which should offer increased brightness compared to existing Apple Watch models. will allow. OLED displays. This model will likely be a rebranded version of the Apple Watch Ultra, which was launched last September and features a 1.92-inch display. mac rumors

Think of all the things you stumble upon while aimlessly scrolling through social media, and the height of any excitement will be spared a good online shopping deal or a funny meme your dad loves. For most of us, chances are we may see an opportunity that will take us into space. but that’s exactly what happened rhiannon adamA North London photographer who will become the first in 2023 openly gay woman to travel to the moon. sky News

MMicrosoft The forgotten tech giants. Despite being the world’s second-largest public company by market capitalization, it fell out of the fastidious acronym for the Big Five — FAANG — along with Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google, in favor of Netflix, a company the size of is seven percent. Even when you add those into the equation (and GAFAM seems to be the most popular ordering, although Google and Facebook have rebranded Alphabet and Meta, it should really be MAMAA), Microsoft Survived the investigation conducted under his comrades. Guardian


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