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Tesla May Include Free Supercharging And Other Discounts For New Model 3 Purchases Reel Trend 

Tesla May Include Free Supercharging And Other Discounts For New Model 3 Purchases

Tesla is said to be planning to offer free supercharging to orders and purchases for its electric cars soon. The promo has been discontinued in the past but will be offered for two years of free supercharging. Apparently, this promo will now be applied to the company’s most purchased vehicle, the Model 3. The company is said to have informed its sales employees to start offering free supercharging promos to Model 3 orders. Tesla is also putting discounts on its cars still in its inventory and providing more affordable order…

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The next Apple Watch may come in titanium and ceramic models Reel Trend 

The next Apple Watch may come in titanium and ceramic models

Apple Watch Series 4 appeared to mark the death of the Edition line, but those luxurious models might be ready to come roaring back. iHelp BR said it has discovered animations in the watchOS 6 beta that reference not just the previously rumored return of ceramic models for the next Apple Watch, but a brand new titanium option as well. It’s unclear if they would be part of a new Series 5 lineup or just a cosmetic tweak to Series 4, but Apple has historically introduced new materials alongside hardware…

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The best cheap and free perks for college students Reel Trend 

The best cheap and free perks for college students

During the college years — when you most likely are paying out way more than you are taking in — getting a few financial breaks on services you are using anyway can make a substantial difference in your monthly budget. As a college student, you qualify for significant discounts on a variety of services — such as the half-price student version of Amazon Prime and Spotify Premium with Hulu and Showtime at 50 percent the regular monthly price — and to sign up, you just need to show you’re enrolled…

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Tesla will soon bring Netflix and YouTube streaming to its cars, Elon Musk says Reel Trend 

Tesla will soon bring Netflix and YouTube streaming to its cars, Elon Musk says

As if turning your car into a mobile gaming console wasn’t enough, Tesla will soon allow owners to stream Netflix and YouTube videos right on their vehicles’ multimedia screens. That’s the story from Elon Musk, anyway, who tweeted the news on Saturday. Of course, video streaming will only be available while the car is parked, though Musk says that “when full self-driving is approved by regulators, we will enable video while moving.” Just don’t hold your breath for that anytime soon. Model 3 and upcoming Model Y owners will likely…

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New Spider-Man PS4 Bug Is Amazing, Creepy, and Hilarious Reel Trend 

New Spider-Man PS4 Bug Is Amazing, Creepy, and Hilarious

Marvel’s Spider-Man is almost a year old, however, PlayStation 4 players are still discovering new bugs in the PS4 game. And the latest discovery features a bug that is equal parts amazing, creepy, and hilarious. Over on Reddit, one player recently uploaded a bug they came across where a lady, with the super powers of a slug, sticks to the side of a building and then manages to slide up the building like she’s being pulled by invisible string. Now, is this a tease of who the villain will be…

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Transfer Your Apple Music Playlists to Spotify from an iPhone or Android Phone Reel Trend 

Transfer Your Apple Music Playlists to Spotify from an iPhone or Android Phone

Switching from one popular music streaming service to another shouldn’t have to be a hassle, but it is if you want to transfer all your favorite music over. No popular service offers a built-in feature to export or import playlists, so if you want to move your favorite Apple Music playlists over to Spotify, you’ll have to use a third-party service. Using SongShift for iOS and Soundiiz on Android, you can transfer your favorite Apple Music playlists over to Spotify without a hitch. Although the two applications differ in the…

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Registration for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Fan Festival open now! Reel Trend 

Registration for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Fan Festival open now!

On July 7, 2019, at San Diego Comic-Con, Niantic and WB Games Studio announced their first Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Festival and how you can be a part of it. Taking place at White River State Park in Indianapolis, from August 31st to September 1st, this will be the first official Fan Festival for Niantic and WB Games’ hit location-based game set in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and lots of fun activities and special in-game bonuses and events are planned for each day of the festivities. Niantic also…

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Harley-Davidson offers free charging for its electric motorcycle Reel Trend 

Harley-Davidson offers free charging for its electric motorcycle

Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle will soon hit the roads, and while the LiveWire will have a longer range than first expected, at 140 miles of city driving on a single charge, you’ll still need to hook it up to a charger once in a while. To help you save on electricity fees, Harley is offering free charging for US customers. You’ll get two years of free juice at ChargePoint stations at participating Harley dealers for two years, and you’ll get 500 kWh of charging service at Electrify America stations. That…

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BMW offers up the files to let you 3D print your own Vision M Next concept car Reel Trend 

BMW offers up the files to let you 3D print your own Vision M Next concept car

The whole point of a concept car is that it’ll never end up on your driveway. It’s a pie-in-the-sky experiment that lets designers and engineers forget about constraints like cost or regulations, or any kind of limitation, really. And then there’s the BMW M Next. You might never have one in your driveway, but if you have a 3D printer, it could be on your desk in just a little bit. Following the unveil of its Vision M Next concept car, BMW launched a new corner of its website that…

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EA calls its loot boxes ‘surprise mechanics,’ says they’re used ethically Reel Trend 

EA calls its loot boxes ‘surprise mechanics,’ says they’re used ethically

A senior executive at Electronic Arts told the United Kingdom’s Parliament that the company prefers to call loot boxes “surprise mechanics,” and argued that their use in EA games is “quite ethical and quite fun [and] enjoyable to people.” Appearing before a House of Commons committee on Wednesday, Kerry Hopkins, vice president of legal and government affairs at EA, responded to a member of Parliament who had asked if the publisher had any “ethical qualms” about loot boxes. Their use in 2017’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 kicked off a huge…

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