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Elon Musk made new comments about Tesla’s Full Self-Driving effort, saying he believes that only some “smart retail investors” understand the value that Tesla is going to create. During Tesla’s conference call for the release of its Q4 2022 financial results yesterday, CEO Elon Musk made some comments about Tesla’s self-driving effort. The CEO claimed that most
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has conceded progress on same-sex marriage in the Church of England would be “glacial”, Sandi Toksvig has said. The comedian revealed she had met Justin Welby for a “long-promised coffee” and the meeting had been “calm and considered”, but the church‘s position was “untenable”. In a video, she said it was
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Europe’s first charging corridor for medium and heavy-duty electric trucks has been launched in Germany by BP Pulse. Europe’s first electric truck corridor Six public charging locations specifically designed with electric trucks in mind are now online, and they’re strategically sited along a 600-km (373-mile) stretch of the Rhine-Alpine corridor, across Germany. The stretch of
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Alec Baldwin will remain in the lead role of Rust as it continues filming, the movie’s lawyer has confirmed. The 64-year-old actor is facing an involuntary manslaughter charge following the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the film’s set in October 2021. Her husband Matt will also remain executive producer – and Joel Souza,
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Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde is leading the way in this year’s Razzies, closely followed by Good Mourning, a stoner comedy directed, produced, written and starring rapper Machine Gun Kelly. Celebrating the worst of cinematic under-achievements, the annual Golden Raspberry Awards calls itself the “ugly cousin” of the Oscars and reveals its winners the night before
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