Readers tell us why they liked it even less than we did.
Tesla’s vehicles have an array of goofy Easter Eggs. From fart noises to Atari video games, the company isn’t afraid to fly its freak flag. So it was no real surprise when the world found out that Tesla would be adding more games and that an SDK would be available for developers to port their titles to the cars.
When Google announced it was working on bringing Android apps and the Play Store to Chromebooks in 2016, it was pretty clear that Android tablets as we knew them were dead. And while Android apps on Chromebooks are still far from perfect (they’re still somewhat buggy and often not optimized for keyboard and mouse), a Chrome OS device with Android apps is far more useful than any Android tablet ever was. That’s why Nathan Ingraham calls the news that Google will no longer build its own tablets “logical.”
Faith is the soul of EA’s Sea of Solitude. Who can you trust, when you can’t believe the reality your brain is presenting? When your mind has spiraled into paranoid, depressed delusion and nothing makes sense? Who, and what, can you trust, when you’re at your most vulnerable? According to Jessica Conditt, Sea of Solitude asks these questions in a poignant, beautiful game filled with spatial puzzles and giant beast battles.
YouTuber and inventor Simone Giertz needed a truck to carry materials for her creations but didn’t want a gas-guzzling pickup. So the 28-year-old robotics enthusiast decided to buy herself a brand spanking new Tesla Model 3, carve out the back seat and the trunk, and perform a bunch of other mods to the $35,000 vehicle that will make some of the Musk faithful wince. Fortunately, she documented the entire messy process in a 31-minute YouTube video. Look on with horror or admiration. And if you’re not into hacking apart your beloved ride, you can always play a game on the dash screen.
Apparently what people want is more Adam Sandler, and Netflix gave it to them.
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