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Every new movie and show on Netflix: November 2020

It’s almost November and Thanksgiving is set to take a back seat as Netflix begins decking the halls earlier this year. (While 2020 went like this, we can’t say we’re not looking forward to a little holiday cheer.) On the early Christmas front we have the Netflix original children’s film Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, which is out on November …

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The Volvo XC40 Recharge lands for $ 54,985 later this year

$ 55,000 for this guy. Volvo Volvo is ready to turn its electric groove on, and that comes first Charge the XC40. While we first saw the small electric SUV last year, the brand set a price for the vehicle on Wednesday before it hits the market later this year. And it’s not exactly an affordable EV, sorry. XC40 top-up …

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New Hummer EV, reputedly the world’s first electric super truck, Technology News, Firstpost revealed

OverdriveOctober 21, 2020 9:43:37 PM IST General Motors Corporation officially unveiled the 2022 Hummer to the world, except that it is no longer the gas-guzzling SUV it once was. The all-new Hummer EV is GMC’s flagship vehicle, dubbed the world’s first electric super truck, introducing the manufacturer’s new modular platform and battery technology Ultium for modular electric vehicles. It’s also …

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Frank Oz returns as Yoda in Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge

We already knew Star Wars: Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy would mark Anthony Daniels how C-3PO, but ILMxLab revealed another returning Original Trilogy actor on Wednesday: Frank Oz as Yoda. The tiny Jedi Master appeared in a new trailer for the virtual reality game that hits November 19th on Oculus Quest. Since the Galaxy’s Edge Disney Parks attraction …

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iPhone to electric cars? Foxconn Reveals EV Platform, Promises Battery Breakthroughs

Foxconn seems pretty excited about the possibilities. Foxconn Foxconn doesn’t build cars, it builds them iPhone. However, the Taiwanese company wants to diversify and sees the electric car market as a ticket to future success. Last week, the company announced its own “open platform” for future electric vehicles and promised major battery breakthroughs in just under four years. As the …

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