Rumors indicate that we have a date for Samsung’s next XL-sized smartphone. As usual, the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to make a fall debut, with upgraded camera and CPU in the style of the most recent Galaxy S phones.
A Model S driver in Laguna Beach has crashed into a parked (and thankfully unoccupied) police SUV while her EV’s Autopilot was reportedly engaged, sustaining minor injuries in the process.
If you can’t wait to try out Mario Tennis Aces we have good news — Nintendo is hosting a pre-launch online tournament that runs through Sunday, June 3rd, at 11:59 PM ET. To participate, all you have to do is download the free demo from the Nintendo eShop or website.
According to Roberto Baldwin, Chrysler’s impressive minivan should impress SUV owners with its storage and passenger room and tech suite. Plus it has great gas mileage, impressive EV-only range and a better ride than you’d expect. The only problem? It’s still a van.
Apple’s annual developer event is usually the time we hear about big software upgrades, and Chris Velazco can fill you in on everything to expect. Be sure to keep your browser locked on our liveblog when the keynote begins on Monday, June 4th at 1 PM ET.
Bungie (Halo, Myth) intends to become a multi-franchise developer, and to that end it’s partnered with Chinese gaming giant NetEase. A $100 million investment in Bungie is supposed to spur the creation of “new worlds,” while the developer continues expanding its Destiny franchise that’s distributed by Activision.
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