- Tesla’s Model 3 will be out this year. For $35,000 (before incentives) you’ll be able to buy a 215-mile electric car. But GM’s Chevy Bolt may be out even sooner, with a similar price and range. Get ready for a hockey stick pattern in EV adoption.
- Speaking of Tesla, the company just brought online the largest battery storage substation in the world. 80 MWh can power 2,500 homes for a day. The system is charged during off-peak hours and delivers power during peaks.
- Face recognition is now in use at turnstiles at Baidu’s HQ in lieu of ID cards: