Tesla had been burning cash a rate of more than $400 million a quarter for more than a year as its spending ramped up and deliveries of the Model X hadn't begun. This leaves it on schedule for production and deliveries in late 2017 . The automaker launched the Model X in September previous year, following multiple delays owing to production issues.
Google's Gmail service and Facebook's WhatsApp instant messaging app have both roped in over a billion monthly users. The affected users are unable to access Gmail .
An intense feud looms between Kanye West and Taylor Swift following rappers misogynistic lyrics about the "Fearless" singer in his song dubbed " Famous " off his newly released "The Life of Pablo" album. He tweeted that the idea stemmed from an earlier conversation between Ye, Swift and the third person who's name he would not disclose where she supposedly said, "I can't be mad at Kanye because he made me famous ".
A silent vehicle that never has to fill up sounds ideal. Tesla will certainly hope that they do. Still, shares have dropped 40% year-to-date (YTD) over concerns related to the slow Model X ramp, and a possibly delayed Model 3 launch . CEO Elon Musk told analysts the company expected to turn a profit in the final quarter of this year. Only 206 Model X vehicles were sold in the fourth quarter, as Tesla had to hold the line back due to production difficulties.
In addition to supporting cross-buy, the game, said Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, will also sport a cross-save feature that will enable players to carry their game back and forth between their console and PC at will. The Xbox One bundle including Quantum Break and a white console is now available for pre-order at AMAZON . The Signal and The Writer game add-ons for Alan Wake also included.
With the new update, users get bumped up to Build 10586.107. Gabe Aul, the corporate vice president of the Engineering Systems Team, described it as: "Best for Insiders who enjoy getting early access to updates for the Current Branch, Microsoft applications, and drivers, with minimal risk to their devices, and still want to provide feedback to make Windows devices great".