Looking at the Bugatti Chiron is just as much of an event as driving one

“It’s just like driving a fast Bentley,” the man in the passenger seat said as I gripped the steering wheel of the $2.6 million Bugatti Chiron. “What does that even mean?” I thought to myself. About a mile down Highway 101 in Paso Robles, California, his point was becoming clear. In the initial moment when I sank myself into the Bugatti’s low driver’s seat, I was careful to make sure my shoes didn’t scuff the leather-covered door panel, and that I remembered to take the pen out of my back pocket so there would be no chance I would blemish the fantastically stitched red leather seats. Unlike other extraordinarily powerful and fast cars, this car is no more stressful to operate than an Audi, which is why observers had more wild expressions... Continue reading…

Alexa could soon advertise products while you’re shopping

Alexa could soon be sliding in advertisements for bleach or toothpaste when you go to shop. Amazon is in talks with companies like Proctor & Gamble and Clorox to advertise on ...

Wed 3 Jan 18 from The Verge

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