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Good morning,

Zac here with your weekend newsletter, wrapping up the past week of tech news covering Apple’s big announcements, Intel’s Thunderbolt 5 cable, and Coles’ use of bodycams in-store.

Happy reading,

Zac

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Apple Event: The iPhone 15, Apple Watch, and Everything Else Announced
Apple Event: The iPhone 15, Apple Watch, and Everything Else Announced
A new iPhone range, watches, and a focus on the envrionment.
 
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max Are Apple's Most Powerful Phones Yet
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max Are Apple's Most Powerful Phones Yet

The most powerful iPhone can be yours for a pretty penny.

 
Coles Wants Staff to Wear Body Cameras, Says It's for 'Safety'
Coles Wants Staff to Wear Body Cameras, Says It's for 'Safety'

It's definitely a little off.

 
Intel’s New Thunderbolt 5 Connector Is Eight Times As Fast as USB-C 3
Intel’s New Thunderbolt 5 Connector Is Eight Times As Fast as USB-C 3

Intel has just revealed Thunderbolt 5, the latest generation of the company's high-speed data transfer cables based on USB-C.

 
Tesla’s Mega 98-Supercharger Location Runs in Part on a Diesel Generator: Report
Tesla’s Mega 98-Supercharger Location Runs in Part on a Diesel Generator: Report
Lauded as the largest bank of EV chargers in the world, the Harris Ranch Tesla Supercharger has a dirty secret.
 
EV Maker BYD Opened a 'Global Megastore' in Sydney and it's Full of Annoying Robots
EV Maker BYD Opened a 'Global Megastore' in Sydney and it's Full of Annoying Robots

BYD's all-new megastore is filled with robots, cars, and feels like a theme park more than a car dealership.

 
MGM Grand Cyberattack Allegedly Caused by 10-Minute Phone Call
MGM Grand Cyberattack Allegedly Caused by 10-Minute Phone Call

Ransomware group ALPHV claims to have used common social engineering tactics to get into the casino's systems.

 
Warner Bros. CFO Thinks You Deadbeats Have Been on a Free Ride for Way Too Long
Warner Bros. CFO Thinks You Deadbeats Have Been on a Free Ride for Way Too Long

Warner Bros. Discovery has axed more shows and movies since 2020 than any other brand, but one exec said they were ‘giving away’ content for too cheap.

 
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