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Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor The Obamas are leaving Spotify for Audible Jeep parent company Stellantis will reportedly plead guilty to emissions fraud

Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget.

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The Obamas are leaving Spotify for Audible

Barack and Michelle Obama are heading to Audible. On Tuesday, the Amazon-owned company announced an exclusive multiyear first-look production deal with the former first couple’s media company.

Jeep parent company Stellantis will reportedly plead guilty to emissions fraud

The world’s fifth-largest automaker will reportedly soon plead guilty to end a multi-year investigation into its efforts to conceal the amount of pollution created by its diesel engines.

Mercedes-Benz shows off the interior of the 2023 EQS SUV

Ahead of its official debut on April 19th, Mercedes-Benz has shared a first look at the interior of the 2023 EQS SUV. As you can see from the photos the automaker provided, Mercedes didn’t reinven

Microsoft shuts down AltspaceVR’s social hubs to combat harassment

Microsoft is making a handful of changes to AltspaceVR to combat harassment within the virtual reality app: The company has removed the Campfire, News and Entertainment Commons social spaces.

Apple will reportedly hold its next hardware event in early March

Apple will host its next hardware event sometime on or around March 8th, according to Bloomberg. The company will reportedly announce the third-generation iPhone SE and a refresh of the 2020 iPad Air.

Boom will build a supersonic jet factory in North Carolina

Transporation startup Boom is one step closer to bringing back supersonic passenger flight, with plans to build a manufacturing facility at Piedmont Triad International Airport in North Carolina.

Valve’s Steam Deck will go on sale February 25

Following a two-month delay, Valve's Steam Deck will launch on February 25. In a new blog post, Valve said it would open orders to the first batch of reservation holders that day.

US airlines warn C-Band 5G could cause ‘catastrophic disruption’

The airline industry claims a “catastrophic” event could unfold on Wednesday when AT&T and Verizon activate their new C-Band 5G networks.

Magic Leap grants healthcare startups access to its new AR headset ahead of mid-2022 release

Ahead of a planned enterprise release later this year, Magic Leap has provided a group of healthcare companies with early access to its second-generation augmented reality headset.

China’s Chang’e-5 probe finds on-site evidence of water on the Moon’s surface

China’s Chang’e-5 lunar lander has found water on the surface of the Moon, marking the first-ever time scientists have found on-site evidence of the substance on Earth’s satellite.

The entry-level 2022 Polestar 2 will have an EPA-estimated range of 270 miles

As part of its recently announced 2022 lineup, Volvo subsidiary Polestar introduced a new single-motor variant of its Polestar 2 electric sedan. If you were waiting on an EPA estimate before reservin

Six more women sue Tesla over workplace sexual harassment

In the wake of Jessica Barraza’s lawsuit last month, six more current and former female employees have come forward to accuse Tesla of fostering a culture of rampant sexual harassment at its Fremon

Germany’s incoming government wants to end coal use by 2030

Germany plans to phase out coal by 2030, eight years earlier than previously planned, as part of its latest climate pledge. That same year, it wants 80% of its electricity sourced from renewables.

Apple delays release of digital ID cards to 2022

Apple has delayed the release of a feature that will eventually allow you to store your ID in the company’s Wallet app. Apple says that functionality will now arrive sometime in early 2022.

Ford and Rivian cancel plan to jointly develop an EV

Ford and Rivian have abandoned a plan they had to jointly develop an EV together. In an interview with Automotive News, Ford CEO Jim Farley said the automaker will go it alone as it aims to produce

Bipartisan bill seeks to curb recommendation algorithms

If passed, the Filter Bubble Transparency Act would require companies like Meta to offer a version of their platforms that runs on a "transparent" algorithm that omits user data in recommendations.

Report links most climate change denial on Facebook to 10 publications

According to a new report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate(CCDH), ten publishers are responsible for 69 percent of all interactions with climate change denial content on Facebook.

Toyota’s first battery EV has 280-mile range and a solar roof option

Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor The Obamas are leaving Spotify for Audible Jeep parent company Stellantis will reportedly

‘Project Cambria’ is a high-end VR headset designed for Facebook’s metaverse

Facebook is working on a new high-end VR headset codenamed Project Cambria. The company teased the device during its recent Connect conference on Thursday. It plans to release the headset sometime nex

Sony buys remake and remaster studio Bluepoint Games

Sony has acquired Bluepoint Games, the Austin-based studio best known for remaking Demon’s Souls and Shadow of the Colossus. Financial terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed.
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