We may be sun-setting the driver-involvement era, but Tom is reasonably OK with that. The evidence has been piling up for a while now, but the verdict is unavoidable: The traditional automobile is all but dead. There are a couple of paths we can take to reach this conclusion, and a couple of different definitions of “dead” that we can employ, but there’s one particular path and one outcome that I am most saddened by. Star Trek and the Autonomous Car: 4 Reasons You Won’t Be Letting Go of the Wheel Any Time Soon The mass exodus out of cars and into crossovers, for example, doesn’t bother me much, though maybe it should. It’s reasonable to ask whether the buying public is trading style for practicality and, if so, does that tradeoff represent a decline in public interest in vehicles beyond being simple appliances? I would argue yes, but the problem goes much deeper than that. Apple CarPlay (shown) and Android Auto help to standard vehicle media … [Read more...] about It’s The End Of The Car As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
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Kotaku Game Diary Daily thoughts from a Kotaku staffer about a game we're playing. It’s the holiday season, which means I’ve been unwinding with my secret favorite game of 2018, Final Fantasy XIV, and leveling up character classes. I started leveling Blacksmith in order to make a friend a holiday gift, but I found myself propelled to higher levels thanks to unprompted charity from peers. It’s made me wonder: can I really call myself a proper blacksmith if I didn’t do it on my own? I’m not much of a crafter in online games. I usually dabble enough to keep myself geared but never dip my toes into the markets. In the lead up to Christmas, I decided that one of my characters was going to make a sword for their in-game partner. That meant sitting down to grind out a few levels in the Blacksmith class. I poured a fair amount of time into gathering materials and crafting items until I was around level thirty. The current max level is 70, and I was pretty … [Read more...] about I Feel Guilty Accepting Help In
FRAMINGHAM, MA—Calling the product the must-have item for true music connoisseurs, Bose officials announced Friday the release of the new W85 headphones that are specifically optimized for listening to Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know.” “We’re proud to introduce the W85 as the next generation in Whitney optimization,” said spokesperson Kathleen Campbell, touting the new headphones’ variety of customized features designed to enhance listener experience of the highs, lows, and key changes of the 1985 chart-topping hit. “With these new headphones, listeners can be sure they’re receiving the premiere ‘How Will I Know’ experience, from the song’s opening beats all the way to its iconic tenor saxophone solo—not to mention the smooth, powerful voice of Houston herself. The upbeat anthem of young love even comes preloaded onto the headphones on a six-hour loop, so there’s nothing to plug in or download. … [Read more...] about Bose Releases New Headphones Specifically Optimized For Listening To Whitney Houston’s ‘How Will I Know?’
As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week, we will discuss a potential fire sale on General Motors’ canceled cars, inspecting cars for friends, and buying out leases. First up, now that GM will end production on several cars, just how cheap will they get? “Is now a good time to buy the cars that are cancelled like the Volt, Impala, or CT6? Should I wait? I would imagine prices would go down even further.” One would expect a fire sale mentality from GM on the cars that they plan on canceling. The thing is, because no one has been buying them, many of those models like the CT6, Impala, XTS, and Lacrosse have been on clearance sales for some time. A quick look on some of the major listing sites and you will see discounts on some cars around $10,000 or more. The exception here is the Chevrolet Volt hybrid. In some regions, the Volt … [Read more...] about When Will I Be Able to Get A Ridiculous Discount On a Cancelled GM Car?