The Morning After: First Look at Nothing’s Transparent Phone

As suspected, the first phone from Nothing – Carl Pei’s new company – is fully functional in the gadget’s transparent look. That design aesthetic appears to be nothing, matching the wireless earbuds (1) from last year.

According to a video excerpt from an event at Art Basel, where the phone was revealed ( ), parts of the back of the phone will light up. This might just be a decorative gimmick, but nothing prompts a deliberate design choice – so it probably has to do with notifications or something else I can’t quite imagine in the early morning.

For now, the company is keeping the exact specifications (and important details like pricing and availability) under wraps, but nothing says it will reveal everything in July.

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However, Steam on Nreal is still in beta.


Nreal users can now play some Steam games on their AR glasses. A beta version of “Steam on Nreal” provides users with a way to stream games from their PC to their Augmented Reality glasses. Nreal acknowledges that installing the beta will require a little effort to set it up, and the current version has not been optimized for all Steam games yet. It will work on Nreal Light and Nreal Air models, although it already supports some popular games, including Welcome series.

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He is appealing the ruling that upheld the 2018 agreement.

Musk is appealing a judge’s decision not to let him out of an agreement with the SEC, which requires lawyers to review some of his tweets.

Musk’s agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission stems from a notorious incident in 2018 in which he tweeted that he had secured “secured funding” to make Tesla private, although this apparently was not the case. The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought securities fraud charges against Musk, who did not delete the tweet in question after nearly four years.

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The TikTok competitor seems to be boosting viewers to get full-length videos as well.

YouTube has hinted that the short films are doing well, but it is now clear what that means. The company says that the mini video service now has more than 1.5 billion active users logged in each month. It’s impressive: TikTok’s archenemy has managed to attract 1 billion monthly users as of September 2021 despite being around for much longer – and it’s been a very clear inspiration for the shorts.

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Tesla cars were involved in 70 percent of the accidents.



The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released the first set of data on semi-autonomous driving technology. The agency linked 392 accidents with partial self-driving and driver assistance systems in the 10 months between July 1, 2021 and May 15, 2022. About 70 percent of those — 273 — were Tesla vehicles using autopilot or the fully autonomous driving demo. . Honda cars have been associated with 90 incidents, while Subaru models have been involved in 10.

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