Tesla recalls 1 million vehicles

Windows on affected Tesla vehicles may cause bodily injury when automatically closing, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, cautioned.
0:50 | 09/23/22

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- In today's Tech Bytes, a major Tesla recall. One million vehicles are being pulled because of a finger-pinching issue. Windows on the affected Teslas may not retract when an obstruction is detected while they close. The recall covers four different models. Amazon's ebook return policy is reportedly changing. The [INAUDIBLE] group has been negotiating with the company and says, automatic returns will now be limited to cases where no more than 10% of a book has been read. Finally, Google is rolling out its most affordable Chromecast yet. It costs just $30. It has HD streaming support and comes with a remote control. The new Chromecast with Google TV also supports more than 10,000 apps, including Netflix, HBO Max, and Disney+. Just in time for your holiday shopping, I guess. Those are your Tech Bytes. Have a great day.

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