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The best cheap Bluetooth speakers in 2022 open_in_new     ZDNet
Our guide helps you find the best Bluetooth speakers for under $50. ... read more
The West Coast Is Under a Tsunami Warning After Violent Tonga Volcanic Eruption open_in_new     Gizmodo
A major volcanic eruption has rocked the small island nation of Tonga, causing tsunami warnings to go up across the Pacific from Australia to the U.S. ... read more
Apple will let dating apps offer third-party payment options in the Netherlands open_in_new     The Verge
Apple will let dating app developers offer alternate payment options in the Netherlands in compliance with the Dutch regulator’s ruling, according to a report from Bloomberg. This will allow dating apps — and only dating apps — distributed in the country to avoid Apple’s 15 to 30 percent commission on in-app purchases. ... read more
Tesla reportedly delays Cybertruck production to 2023 open_in_new     Engadget
Tesla has once again quietly pushed back its Cybertruck's release to next year, according to Reuters. The automaker will reportedly begin the electric truck's production by the end of the first quarter of 2023 instead of this year. While Tesla has yet to formally announce the delay, the Cybertruck's order page removed a previous reference to production in 2022. The design section of the page previously read "You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in 2022." Now, the sentence ends after the word "nears." Back in November, somebody on Twitter asked company chief Elon Musk for an update on the Cybertruck. Musk responded that Tesla has been grappling with a "supply chain nightmare," and that he'll provide more updates during the company's next earnings call scheduled for January 26th.Oh man, this year has been such a supply chain nightmare & it’s not over!I will provide an updated product roadmap on next earnings call.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 29, 2021According to Reuters' source, Tesla will have a limited production of the Cybertruck at first before increasing its output. The company unveiled the Cybertruck in 2019 at a big event, wherein Musk said that production was slated to begin in late 2021. During the company's January 2021 earnings call, he said Tesla only expects a few deliveries in 2021 and for volume production to start in 2022. Later that year, though, the company delayed the vehicle's release to 2022. Delays with Tesla releases don't come as a surprise anymore, seeing as Musk is known for announcing timetables that are a bit too optimistic. Supply chain and component shortages brought about by the pandemic may have also contributed to the delay, if Reuters' report turns out to be true. We'll find out for sure when Tesla reveals its updated product roadmap before the month ends. ... read more
North Korean hackers stole nearly $400 million in crypto last year open_in_new     Ars Technica
"Banner year” thanks to skyrocketing cryptocurrency values, vulnerable startups. ... read more