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Walmart sues Tesla for solar panels that went up in flames

Walmart is suing Tesla, saying that several solar panels that Tesla installed on Walmart store rooftops went up in flames, causing millions of dollars in damage

From Atari to Tesla's Model X, the secret history of Easter Eggs in the tech world

These days, Easter eggs are meant to entertain, to lure potential hires, to pay tribute to executives — or to amuse the programmers themselves.

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Is Elon Musk closing troublesome Twitter account or teasing?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk abruptly revealed that he is closing the popular Twitter account that has repeatedly landed him in legal trouble but then proceeded to keep it open long after announcing he had deleted it.

Elon Musk to review all of Tesla's expenses in new cost cutting plan

"That is why, going forward, all expenses of any kind anywhere in the word, including parts, salary, travel expenses, rent, literally every payment that leaves our bank account must (be) reviewed," Musk said.

Musk courts controversy with tweets on sex video filmed in Tesla

Elon Musk sent a series of tweets loaded with double entendre Thursday after a video surfaced this week of two people having sex in a Tesla operating on Autopilot.

US rejects Tesla bid for tariff exemption for Autopilot 'brain'

The denials illustrate a systematic approach by the Trump administration to thwart China's efforts to develop high-technology industries that Washington alleges benefited from theft and forced transfer of US intellectual property.

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Tesla robotaxis network to launch in 2020, says Elon Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that its robotaxis, which will operate without humans, will be ready by 2020. At Tesla's Autonomy Day event for investors on April 22, Musk announced that the company has built its own neural network chip for self-driving cars.

Tesla to shrink board to seven directors from 11

Tesla said its directors reviewed the composition of the board "focusing on a phased streamlining of the size of the Board to allow it to operate more nimbly and efficiently."

Tesla ends online sales of $35,000 Model 3, creating new hurdle for buyers

Tesla’s announcement also said it would begin leasing the Model 3, but would not offer customers the option to buy the cars after their leases expired, a departure from the typical industry practice and its own policy on other models.

US may have Musk, but Austria is where AI research happens

Austria is at the forefront of some cutting-edge research that stands to reshape the future of transportation, in particular, driverless-car technology.

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Tesla Model 3 is the cheapest electric car by the company: India pre-order and other key details

Tesla Model 3 is a $35,000 electric car that will compete with Chevrolet Bolt, Nissan Leaf and other electric and hybrid vehicles

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