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Nintendo may be redesigning Joy-Con for Switch – CNET

An FCC filing from Nintendo shows a device that resembles the connectivity-plagued game controller.

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Polestar unveils first production EV with aim to overtake Tesla

Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa . More posts by this contributor Liquid Telecom goes long on Africa’s startups as future clients African experiments with drone technologies could leapfrog decades of infrastructure neglect Polestar  debuted its first production EV and previewed its electric car line in New York with the CEO squarely taking aim at Tesla. The Volvo subsidiary pulled the cover off its Polestar 1, which it positioned less as a hybrid and more as a fully electric (gas optional) car to attract fence sitters to EVs. The $155,000 auto—that will hit streets in 2019—has 3 electrical motors powered by twin 34kWh battery packs and a turbo and supercharged gas V4 up front (more details  here ). All electric range is up to 100 miles—which the company claims gives the Polestar 1 the longest all electric range of any production hybrid. Polestar drivetrain The Polestar 1 brings 600 horsepower and 738 ft-lbs of torque. It is the first in a series, with an all electric Polestar 2 to debut in 2019 and a Polestar 3 SUV after that. “Polestar 2 will be a direct competitor to the Tesla Model 3…” CEO Thomas Ingenlath said on the launch stage. He told TechCrunch the company will focus more on creating converts to EVs than pulling away Tesla’s existing market share. Thomas Ingenlath, chief executive officer, Polestar One advantage Ingenlath described was using Polestar 1 as a gateway car for getting laggards to go all electric. “There are many people out there who still think a car has to have a combustion engine,” he said. “Polestar 1 is an extremely good vehicle to get people across that line and once they drive it…understand what an amazing experience an electric car is.” Polestar converts shouldn’t get too attached to that gasoline/voltage combo, however. Polestar 1 will be the company’s first and last electric and gas vehicle, according to Ingenlath.

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