The President's use of the platform is unprecedented, and he might even be the driving force in its sudden growth spurt last quarter. But his tweets — for all the @replies, news stories, and perhaps investigations they've inspired — are really just the sideshow. There's another Twitter user whose messages don't generate the same level of emotional response, but matter much more to our future.Twitter, Tesla, Elon Musk, Spacex, and Social Media'>
Tesla, it seems, is no different.
Reports of incidents at Tesla's Fremont, California, factory include "fainting spells, dizziness, seizures, abnormal breathing and chest pains," according to information published by The Guardian Thursday.
Someone's had to call an ambulance 100-plus times since 2014. At least one person passed out, "hit the floor like a pancake" and split their face open, according to a production technician The Guardian spoke with. Employees were told to "work around him." Another employee now has two herniated neck discs after he spent years on the assembly line with his arms raised above his head to reach cars hanging in the air. Read more...More about Apple, Amazon, Uber, Tesla, and Danger'>
Mercedes-Benz now wants to sell you a full "ecosystem" of clean energy services, including solar panels that charge battery packs, which in turn charge electric vehicles — or at least let you store daytime solar power for nighttime use.
The German automaker on Thursday became the newest player in the growing U.S. market for home batteries through a collaboration with Vivint Solar, a leading U.S. residential rooftop solar installer.
The partnership will allow both companies to compete with similar offerings from Elon Musk's Tesla, which acquired rooftop installer Solar City last year, as well as Sunrun, LG Chem, and other clean energy firms. Read more...More about Science, Tesla, Elon Musk, Renewable Energy, and Electric Cars'>
A California couple almost missed out on exchanging their vows after the groom's rented Tesla Model X was struck in a vicious hit-and-run crash on the eve of their wedding. But according to the groom's heartfelt post on the , "I am alive today well BC of a Model X."
The groom, who identified himself to Mashable as Mr. Tran, was leaving the rehearsal dinner the night before his nuptials when a stolen Honda Civic on the run from police caught him in while he was in the middle of a left-hand turn. Read more...More about Tesla, Car Crash, Safety, Tesla Model X, and Tech