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22
Sep
2016

Tesla keeps pets and kids cool with software update 8.0

The Model S will be receiving the update, starting tonight

Updates have become a regular fixture with phones, tablets and computers, but they're yet to fully take hold in the car world. Tesla, on the other hand, has made a big deal of offering free software updates over the air. Along with a big update to Autopilot, its latest software iteration overhauls the layout of the central touchscreen and adds a clever Cabin Overheat Protection system designed to keep pets and children left in cars cool.

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Category: Automotive

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22
Sep
2016

The best new camping gear and gadgets for 2016 and beyond

Get the low-down on the latest gadgets to enhance your camping experience

With the long, balmy days of summer coming to an end in the world's most populous areas above the equator, it might seem like an odd time to be looking at camping gear. But many all-new camping gadgets are just shipping now or being introduced with Spring 2017 release dates. So we're jumping ahead of the curve and looking at these handy pieces of kit now so you can be ready for next summer ... or for fall, winter or Southern Hemisphere summer, if those are your favorite times to jaunt into the wilderness.

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Category: Outdoors

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21
Sep
2016
21
Sep
2016

How a hotspot in the Earth’s mantle fooled the scientists tracking Greenland’s ice loss

Greenland didn't shed about 2,500 gigatons of ice between 2003 and 2013, as satellite measurements had ...

Today, an ultra-hot column of partial molten rock lies beneath Iceland and feeds the country's dramatic volcanic landscape, but it wasn't always this way. Due to the slow-shifting of Earth's crust in the region, this same hotspot sat beneath Greenland millions of years ago. And when it did, a new study has found, it softened the mantle rock in a way that has recently come to fool scientists trying to gauge ice loss in the area. So much so, that it has been losing around 20 gigatons per year more than we previously thought.

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Category: Environment

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