Tesla Arcade is receiving a boost, thanks to the automaker’s latest software update, 2020.20. Elon Musk and Co.’s suite of in-car gaming apps, which leverage both the vehicle’s center infotainment screen and steering wheel controls, has gained yet another title: Fallout Shelter. Given these COVID-19-mandated shelter-in-place months, the idea of having Bethesda’s end-of-days, survival-vault-themed video game seems rather fitting, no?
What’s the difference between Windows 7 and Windows 10?
Besides a suite of security tools, Windows 10 also offers more user features. One is the Your Phone app, which allows you to access texts, notifications and apps on your phone using your PC — similar to Apple’s Continuity features. A feature called Calls allows you to place and answer Android calls on your PC (and you can connect your iPhone to your Windows PC as well). A dictation feature lets you easily record ideas.
Sometimes, the right car launches at the wrong time. But just because a segment-bending vehicle or an oddball take on a proven formula doesn’t become an instant hit doesn’t mean it’s a bad idea. In many cases, the car’s time just hasn’t come.
As is often the case with Tesla’s over-the-air updates, this latest release of features and changes appears to be rolling out slowly to select users before being made available to all Tesla owners en masse. As noted by brand windsor bikes fan site Teslarati, YouTube channel host JuliansRandomProject looks to be among the first owners to receive the update, and he has released a short video (embedded above) showing the new Fallout Shelter functionality.
Isn’t Windows 10 buggy?
Some people have been hesitant to make the switch due to reports of several bugs in earlier versions of Windows 10. But Microsoft has made several changes to its update approach starting with the May 2019 release, including slower rollouts with additional testing, more options for pausing updates and more disclosure of known issues, so your experience should be smoother.
The most recent Windows 10 November 2019 update includes some new features such as changes to notifications that will make them easier to configure and manage from an app or website, and the ability to create events directly from the Calendar flyout on the Taskbar, instead of opening the app.
Fallout Shelter will be one of the more contemporary games you can play when parked in your Tesla Model S, 3, X or Y. The bulk of the games released to the Tesla Arcade library so for have been classics like Asteroids, Centipede and Missile Command, though recent offerings have included more modern titles like Beach Buggy Racing 2, Cuphead and Stardew Valley. Fallout Shelter has been hotly awaited, having been announced by Musk nearly a year ago.
Rounding out the infotainment changes for the 2020.20 update are improvements to TRAX, the music-making software released last year. The program gets a piano roll view feature that aims to help make it easier to compose music inside your EV.
If you’re like the Roadshow crew, just because you’ve been staying off the road during the pandemic whenever possible doesn’t mean you haven’t been tinkering with your car in your garage or driveway. These 2020.20 enhancements may not get anyone out on the road any sooner, but they might just help Tesla owners burn off a little cabin fever — even while sitting in Park.
That’s why we think the cars and trucks on this list deserve a second chance at stardom. Whether they were ahead of the curve or just not fully baked, we think these vehicles could totally find new success with a few small changes to their original formulas.
Apple and Samsung are the two biggest phone makers in the world, and their latest flagship phones are some of the best you can buy (though the new Motorola Edge Plus is a worthy competitor). As the base models for their latest lines, Apple’s iPhone 11 and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 are also the least expensive models, starting at $699, £729 and AU$1,199 (64GB) and $999, £899 and AU$1,499, respectively. (The prices listed for the Galaxy S20 are for the 128GB model with 5G — though there are cheaper 4G Galaxy S20 variants sold in the UK and Australia.)
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Accidents happen. Cracking your iPhone’s ($699 at Apple) screen or breaking your Android phone’s charging port is the last thing any of us wants to worry about right now. Especially with most of us under stay-at-home orders, practicing social distancing and wearing face masks in public during the coronavirus pandemic.
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