Tesla’s ‘Autonomy Investor Day’ shows off new technology

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Tesla’s 'Autonomy Investor Day' showed off some of its new technology. CEO Elon Musk says the company will have $1 million robo-taxis operating in the next year. He also claims that in the next two years, Tesla will manufacture cars without steering wheels or pedals. Musk did warn investors, 'Sometimes I am not on time, but I get it done.' Currently, Tesla offers a full self-driving package for its cars that can maneuver between lanes, and accelerate or brake automatically.

Sirius XM has announced its subscription streaming service for users who want to listen outside of their car. Customers will be able to stream the service through many in-home devices, including Amazon Echo, Apple TV and Xbox. It includes more than 300 channels, and will start at $1 a month, and then increase to $8 after three months. Sirius XM’s announcement comes after both Google and Amazon announced ad-supported, free music for their respective smart speakers.

The FDA has granted its first clearance for a device to treat ADHD. The device attaches to the forehead and sends mild shockwaves through the child’s nervous system. Nerve stimulation has gained popularity in recent years as a way to manage conditions like depression, epilepsy, and anxiety.

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