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Everything New in iOS 14 Beta 2: New Calendar Icon, Files Widget and More – MacRumors

Apple today released the second beta of iOS 14 to developers for testing purposes, tweaking and refining some of the features that are coming in the…

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Ford Fusion: Dead – Gizmodo Australia

This is how the sedan ends. Not with a bang, but with a whimper. This week Ford phased out the last remaining blue oval-branded sedan. At its height in 2014, the Fusion moved over 300,000 units, but Ford only managed to push about 60,000 units out the door in…

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This is how the sedan ends. Not with a bang, but with a whimper. This week Ford phased out the last remaining blue oval-branded sedan. At its height in 2014, the Fusion moved over 300,000 units, but Ford only managed to push about 60,000 units out the door in the first half of 2020. Obviously there are extenuating circumstances when you consider 2020 sales numbers, but Ford has been planning a phase-out of all non-Mustang cars for a couple of years now, and its finally made that happen.
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‘The Last Of Us Part 2’ Multiplayer Gameplay Leaks Online – LADbible

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There’s been another The Last Of Us Part II leak, but this one isn’t anywhere quite as devastating as the comprehensive plot details that did the rounds online just ahead of launch. This latest breach seems to have given us our first look at Naughty Dog’s standalone multiplayer expansion, a continuation of the Factions mode from the the original game.
The footage was originally uploaded by YouTube channel The IrishLizard, and while it was only 11 seconds long, it definitely looked legitimate. T…

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Smart charger trial to boost electric cars – Australian Associated Press

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A smart charging trial has been launched in a bid to steer more Australians towards electric vehicles.

The Origin Energy trial has been backed by more than $800,000 of federal government funding through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency.

It will result in 150 smart chargers being installed at homes and workplaces across the National Electricity Market. 

The chargers will be linked to Origin’s virtual power plant so they can be controlled remotely, so…



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