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Tech Bytes: New Tesla reads speed limit signs

Created: August 31, 2020 08:37 AM

In today's tech bytes: Apple preparing to roll out its next line of products. Even though the iPhone 12 will be delayed September is expected to bring new versions of the Apple Watch and iPad. Some speculate that Apple was considering a less expensive watch marketed for children.

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Tesla's can now read speed limit signs. A new software allows the car's camera to detect the signs. The update also adds a feature that adds a chime when the traffic light you're sitting at turns green.

A flying car aces a big test in Japan. The  battery powered car circled the field for about four minutes with a pilot on board. The start up company hopes to get this car on the market by 2023 but it could take longer-- they still have some major hurdles to overcome including safety issues. The car could end up selling between $300,000-$500,000.

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