Tesla dominates US brand loyalty in new study

According to a new survey conducted by S&P Global, Tesla is the company to which people are most loyal across the United States.

Tesla already has more than 60% of the new electric car market in the US, and now new figures show the company is well placed to ensure it keeps its place at the top of the heap as more people switch to electric cars. Vehicle

On top of its “overall compliance” accolades, Tesla has won repeatedly for “highest win percentage” and “alternative powertrain compliance.” The combination of an active return-to-market consumer base and a majority share of BEV sales were contributors to Tesla’s loyalty performance this year. However, brand resonance with ethnic consumers was a key driver of recognition for improving loyalty and retaining diversity.

The only two categories where Tesla didn’t come out on top were the two that didn’t apply to it. The first was “overall loyalty to the manufacturer”, but since Tesla is only one brand, it is not going to compete with multiple owner GM.

The second category was “Overall Loyalty to the Dealer”, and it was never running because Tesla didn’t use the dealer.

Electric Noting that S&P Global’s report also noted that Tesla’s brand loyalty comes at a time when overall loyalty in the car market is declining.

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OnePlus 11 concept cool or not?

Since launching the OnePlus 11, OnePlus has spent the better part of the last few weeks rolling out something new. that something new The OnePlus 11 is a concept phone known as the Concept and it finally made its debut at the MWC 2023 launch this week.

OnePlus is no stranger to concept phones, such as the glass that can tint and un-tint, or the fact that it can change color. It’s the annual celebration of technology for OnePlus.

For the OnePlus 11 concept, we’re looking at the idea of ​​PC-grade cooling in a phone that could help you get a few extra frames per second while gaming or speed up charging a bit. It looks really cool.

OnePlus 11 concept

OnePlus says it wants to put industry-grade cooling from a PC into a smartphone with what it calls Active Cryoflux. The system consists of several pumps that move icy cryogenic liquid across a phone to keep things cool and dissipate heat. OnePlus believes this system can reduce temperatures by up to 2.1℃ while improving frame rates by 3-4 fps while gaming. While charging, this system also reduces heat, but apparently can only shave 30-45 seconds off a charging session. On the big sales potential here, that’s why they tried to patent it all.

When not gaming or charging, most of us might think this system looks pretty cool. As you can see in the images here, the channels that carry the liquid turn a blue color towards the back in a flowing manner. Around the camera housing, OnePlus added a decorative light to help sell the concept.

As a bit of a bonus, OnePlus has tried guilloche etching around the camera lens as a way to mimic the design of luxury timepieces. It also looks cool enough, though I’m not sure that will translate into a reason anyone would buy a phone


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Keep your desk clean and save 40% with this Ufi hand vacuum

Keeping your desk clean and tidy doesn’t always mean pulling out the big vacuum. Now you can use a simple hand vacuum and save 40% in the process. Right now Amazon is selling the Eufy HomeVac H11 Hand Vacuum for just $35.99.

Amazon will normally sell the Eufy HomeVac H11 for around $60, but if you order one of your own now you’ll save 40% and $24 for nothing. This means no discount codes or on-screen coupons are required. Just place the order and wait for your new vacuum to arrive. Just try not to make a mess when you do.

Buy: Eufy HomeVac H11 Hand Vacuum from Amazon: $35.99 | Original price: $60

Lightweight and compact: roughly the size of a wine bottle, completely cordless and weighing only 1.2 pounds, easy to clean and easy to store. Use it in the car when you need to quickly clean up a mess.

At the time of writing, the Eufy HomeVac H11 has over 1,000 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.3 stars out of a possible five. It’s a great score for what, if we’re honest, isn’t the most exciting thing. But we can all agree that it is necessary. Especially if you have pets who like to sleep on your desk – or just walk.

The Eufy HomeVac H11 weighs just 1.2 pounds and has a suction rating of 5,500Pa. The whole thing has a built-in rechargeable battery, and all you need to power it back up is a USB cable.

Amazon isn’t saying when this deal will end so make sure to place your order now and lock in this special price. Before it’s too late!

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Galaxy S23 Ultra trade-in trick to get you going

I think we can all probably agree that Samsung’s trade-in values ​​are kind of rubbish compared to last year’s Galaxy S23 launch. For example, a Galaxy S21 Ultra was fetching a trade value of $850 for the Galaxy S22 Ultra a year ago. Even the Galaxy S20 Ultra, a 2-year-old phone at the time, was instantly discounted by $825. The deal was almost too good.

For this Galaxy S23 Ultra and Galaxy S23 launch, the biggest trade you can get is a Galaxy Fold 4 for $750. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is going to run you $600 right now. That…wow that’s bad. Granted, that’s $100 more than what you got when pre-ordering, but you’re also not getting a free storage upgrade.

You get my point – Samsung hasn’t exactly offered the crazy deals it’s known for this year. I don’t know what that means from an industry perspective, all I know is that we have to spend a bit more for an S23 device.

However, if you have an old device sitting in a drawer that you just can’t seem to get rid of, now is the perfect time to swap it for a Galaxy S23 device. There are some nice steals out there that can still get you instant discounts. Below are a few that we think are the best and this link will let you test your phone:

  • Galaxy Note 10+ ($410 off): The best price right now is $410 off if you’re trading in a Galaxy Note 10+ The Note 10+ costs more than the Note 20.
  • Galaxy Note 9 ($340 off): Got anything older than a Note 10? The Note 9 costs $340!
  • Galaxy Note 8 ($310 off): Well, you get the idea – all older Note phones are a good chunk of the price which will let you step into the S23 Ultra and upgrade your experience massively.
  • Galaxy S22 ($410 off): The $410 Galaxy S22 isn’t bad, as it’s a small device with terrific battery life that you absolutely have to look at. If anything, take that $410 and upgrade to a Galaxy S23 with its slightly bigger battery
  • Galaxy S10 ($140): This is one of those things you can really have in a drawer. Time to get rid of it and get a new phone.

On top of that instant trade-in discount, Samsung is offering up to $100 in credit to spend on accessories with purchase. So get rid of your old phone, get these really cool Galaxy S23 devices, and toss a case or earbuds with it.

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New, cheaper Apple mixed reality headset tipped for 2025 launch

Apple will announce multiple new mixed reality headsets in 2025, according to a new report.

Apple is expected to announce its first mixed reality headset, called the Reality Pro, later in 2023. But that headset is expected to be very expensive indeed, possibly costing over $3,000. Now, a new report claims that Apple is planning a different approach for 2025.

Writing on Medium, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said he believes Apple has not one, but two new headsets for release in 2025. One of them will be an updated version of the headset announced in 2023, the other will be a cheaper alternative.

Apple’s second-generation AR/MR headset comes in two high-end and low-end models. The high-end and low-end will be developed and manufactured by Luxcaseict and Foxconn respectively. The current launch schedule for both models is likely in 2025.

While Kuo didn’t say how much the cheaper headset will cost, previous reports have pointed to a price of around $1,500, though that could change between now and the point the headset actually ships.

Apple is all set to potentially announce its first mixed reality headset during the WWDC23 event which will take place later this year. If Apple follows its usual pattern, that event will be in June. At this point we can expect to learn more about the product we’ve heard so much about over the past few years.

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Samsung will embrace the curve for the new watch

In 2022, we saw Google launch the Pixel Watch with its curved glass design. I tend to compare it to a waterfall, but it doesn’t really matter what we call it. Apple is doing something similar with its Apple Watch. Point being, it is reported that Samsung will do the same thing in 2023 Galaxy Watch 6 Getting a curved glass design.

No stranger to Samsung, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 featured curved glass. This was back in 2019, so while we’re talking about it, if anyone tries to say that Samsung is copying what others are doing, please tell them to sit down and shut up. No one takes for granted. Beyond the curved glass talk, no other details are being shared, specifically any information regarding a rotating bezel or at least a capacitive bezel. In terms of new designs, it will be interesting to see what Samsung comes up with.

In the Galaxy Watch 5 lineup, both watches feature fully flat glass, so whatever Samsung does, we should expect quite a different design from what we get in 2022. To me this is great, because the smaller Watch 5 was very close to the Watch 4 model anyway. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro was hot, but its main downside was the size. It was demonic.

The Galaxy Watch 6 is expected to be announced later this year, along with the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5.

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New Bluetooth 5.3 listing from Apple hints at new upcoming Macs

Apple has added a new listing to the Bluetooth Launch Studio database, a move that could foreshadow the arrival of new Macs.

The database doesn’t specify what the product is, but it does say it uses the latest Bluetooth 5.3 standard.

There are also references to other macOS-related listings that would add credence to the belief that this is a Mac product rather than something else entirely.

The news comes as Apple is rumored to have at least one new Mac ready for an announcement in the next few weeks. A 15-inch MacBook Air is widely rumored right now, as is an updated Mac Pro. The announcement could be made via press release rather than a full-on Apple event, although the Mac Pro could wait for WWDC in June.

The 15-inch MacBook Air is probably the most attractive to most people and will be the largest MacBook Air to date. The Mac Pro is expected to use a new M2 Ultra chip but will have the same case as the current Intel model.

What Bluetooth 5.3 has to offer, according to the report, is all about reliability and efficiency.

Bluetooth 5.3 offers benefits such as improved reliability and energy efficiency, according to Bluetooth SIG, the organization behind the standard. Apple has added Bluetooth 5.3 to several recent products, including the iPhone 14 series, the latest Apple Watch models, the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, and more.

While the 13-inch MacBook Air and 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros have already been refreshed, the 15-inch MacBook Air and Mac Pro are the most likely products here, with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman previously suggesting that the 24-inch iMac won’t get a refresh until late 2023. .

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Call of Duty, More Titles Now Coming to GeForce

Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, announced via Twitter today that Xbox has signed a 10-year deal with NVIDIA that will bring Xbox PC games as well as Activision Blizzard PC games (which include Call of Duty). GeForce Now.

This is very important for both parties. For NVIDIA, it’s more supported titles on its cloud-based gaming platform. More titles, especially ones as massive as Call of Duty, are never a bad thing. For Xbox, this allows greater access to purchased titles for players. With this support, GFN customers will be able to access their supported and owned Xbox titles wherever they are via the cloud. So beautiful.

The only thing we need to keep an eye on is Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision. That could all change if this deal falls through, but Phil Spencer believes it’s all running smoothly, so for now, so will we.

When all of this is available, the press release says that Microsoft and NVIDIA will “start working immediately” to integrate Xbox PC games into GeForce Now, which will then allow GeForce Now members to stream games purchased in the Windows Store, a third co-title with publisher NVIDIA. has granted the streaming rights to


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This original and sealed 2007 iPhone sold for just over $63,000

Apple’s original iPhone went on sale in 2007 and a model from that era, still sealed, has now sold for a huge sum. In fact, this sum is so large that it is the most ever sold for an iPhone.

The phone was sold by LCG Auctions and the lot ran from February 2 to February 19.

The OG iPhone had a total of 27 bids, with the final winning bid of $63,356.40 being $599 less than the original retail price. And that seemed like a lot of time, too.

The item’s auction listing made it clear that the buyer wasn’t just buying a phone. They will buy a piece of history as well.

An original first-release iPhone in factory sealed condition is considered a blue-chip asset among high-end collectors. Impressive public sales of $35,414 in August and $39,339 in October last year led to extensive media coverage from major outlets including the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Fox Business and others. There’s no doubt that interest in culturally relevant collectibles is growing rapidly, and despite impressive sales numbers, many believe the space is still in its infancy.

It’s not clear at this point where the phone will end up or if it will ever see the light of day. But considering the amount of money that has been spent, it doesn’t seem like anyone will be in a rush to break that seal anytime soon.

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This ‘reminder’ is when the migration is happening

Last year, Google announced that Google Assistant and Google Calendar Reminders had moved to a new home inside Google Tasks via migration. Well, that hasn’t changed, with Google providing a timeline of what users can expect.

This migration happens in three different ways, based on what type of Google Account you have: Workspace customer, Google account through work or school, and personal Google account. Below we’re highlighting the personal account situation, as it’s probably the most relevant to our readers.

If you use Google with a personal account:

  • You’ll see a prompt in the Assistant and Calendar to move reminders created in these apps to tasks starting on March 6, 2023.
  • If you haven’t already migrated, Assistant and Calendar Reminders will begin migrating automatically in Q2. We’ll share more information on this timeline in future updates to the Workspace Updates blog.

As Google explains, once the migration is complete, users will be able to view and manage all to-dos in one place: work. A blog on the topic elaborates, “You’ll be able to add task features like organizing to-dos with multiple lists and adding details for additional organization. Tasks can be accessed on the web in Google Workspace apps like Gmail, Calendar, Docs and Chat, making it easy to create tasks without needing to switch tabs or apps. If you use the Assistant, you can create tasks directly from the Assistant.”

March 6. Mark your calendar.

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