The recall affects 15,914 Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles in Australia sold in 2022, the company announced on Thursday.
The company warned that “if the traffic behind is unable to identify the vehicle, it could increase the risk of an accident causing serious injury or death to vehicle occupants and other road users.”
“This recall is addressed by updating the vehicle software, which does not require the customer to schedule a service appointment. The software release that contains the remedy has deployed over-the-air (OTA) to all affected vehicles,” it added. (ILKHA)
Turkish cyber security teams prevented 138,445 cyber-attacks targeting government websites in 2022, the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure said.
Tech giant Microsoft is set to lay off approximately 5% of its staff, according to British publication Sky News.
China launched a Long March 2D carrier rocket early on Sunday to transport 14 satellites into space, the country’s space agency announced.
Support for Windows 8.1 will end on Tuesday, Microsoft said, adding that after this date, the product will no longer receive security updates, non-security updates, bug fixes, technical support, or online technical content updates