Driving and Tech News Roundup: April 2016April 5, 2016 | in Defensive Driving Online, news
Here are some of the best stories from around the worlds of driving and tech this month. Click on the links to read more about each story.
Tesla unveiled the new Model 3 that starts at $35,000, but buyers will have to wait a while before they will see their vehicles.
Facebook has introduced a feature that allows blind users to listen to descriptions of pictures posted on the site.
Volkswagen is investing more money–about half a billion euros–into research and development of autonomous trucks.
Google was forced to remove an app from Google Play after it was revealed as a propaganda app created by the Taliban.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has teased a new, top of the line, 8th generation Kindle.
Popular messaging app WhatsApp has announced that all messages will be encrypted by default going forward.
Despite an alleged slump in sales for the iPhone SE, Apple has something to be cheerful about as it approaches one billion iPhones sold.
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