The Apple car gets a Lambo injection [The CultCast]
This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: Apple’s self-driving electric car project has apparently just landed a big shot from Lamborghini. Does that mean the Apple car that’s been hiding in plain sight is back on track?
Also on The CultCast:
- Why we haven’t seen a Mac Pro M1 — and why we never will.
- Saudi Arabia’s crazy glass building looks amazing.
- Anker makes GaN charging even faster and more efficient.
- The EU’s new Digital Markets Act could bring big changes for Apple and the App Store.
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The Line in Saudi Arabia
Here is the website of Line, the crazy Saudi Arabian glass-walled building that is supposed to be “only 200 meters wide, but 170 kilometers long”. You have to see the pictures to believe them.
Remember: “Life in weightlessness means that a higher density footprint creates a richer human experience.”
Digital Markets Act
And finally, here is the European Union Pompous Statement on Digital Markets Act it was just too tedious to read on the podcast:
With the final passage of the Digital Markets Act, we will finally hold big online platforms accountable for their actions. The EU will hereby modify the online space worldwide. The gatekeepers that DMA caters to are ubiquitous – we all use their services on a daily basis. However, their power increases to an extent that negatively affects competition. With DMA, we will ensure fair competition online, more convenience for consumers and new opportunities for small businesses.
I’m sure they will fix everything.