Tesla Model 3
A lower cost Tesla Model 3 available to order starting today for the US market. Although lower in cost, it is built to achieve the same perfect 5-star safety rating as the longer-ranged version. The standard Model 3 version have 220 miles in range with a top speed of 130 mph with 0-60 mph acceleration in just 5.6 seconds is now available for $35,000.
They also introducing Model 3 Standard Range Plus which offer 240 miles of range with top speed 140 mph. This version also achieve 5.3 seconds for 0-60 mph acceleration, that 9% more range than standard version.
Tesla also shifted sales online, which means anyone in the US can quickly and easily buy a Tesla. Much easier to try out and return a Tesla, so that a test drive prior to purchase isn’t needed. You can now return a car within 7 days or 1,000 miles for a full refund. Quite literally, you could buy a Tesla, drive several hundred miles for a weekend road trip with friends and then return it for free.
Samsung Galaxy S10
To commemorate a decade since the first birth of Galaxy S, Samsung Electronics new line of premium smartphone: Galaxy S10. 3 model are introduced, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 5G. Samsung Galaxy S10+ is a supercharged device, take every aspect of view, performance, camera, to the next level, while Galaxy S10e built for those who want all the premium essentials in a compact package on a flat screen. For Galaxy S10 5G, it has the most powerful features smartphones can have, the first 5G flagship smartphones. The Galaxy S10 line offers consumers more choices and sets a new standard for the smartphone.
Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e will be available in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow and Flamingo Pink. Galaxy S10+ will also be available in two, all-new, premium Ceramic models: Ceramic Black and Ceramic White.
Today is the last day to check if your domain name is ready for the planned change from 1st February. According to website https://dnsflagday.net/ current DNS is unnecessarily slow and inefficient because of efforts to accommodate a few DNS systems that are not in compliance with DNS standards established two decades ago.
DNS service provider and DNS software have agreed to coordinate removing accommodations for non-compliant DNS implementations from their software or services, on or around February 1st 2019. This change will affect only sites operating non-compliant software. This change will make most DNS operations slightly more efficient, and also allow operators to deploy new functionality, including new mechanisms to protect against DDoS attacks. Test your domain name now.