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A classic Porsche 911 Carrera 2 was stolen in Spain on Sunday, but a Tesla Model 3 parked nearby caught the entire incident on video.
The video was taken thanks to Tesla's Sentry Mode, which monitors for threats outside the vehicle and starts recording if it senses suspicious activity.
The Porsche was recovered the next day after someone recognized it from social media.
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Tesla's Sentry Mode — which keeps a car's exterior cameras on standby while its owner is away — is meant to record break-ins, collisions, and any other potential threats to one's Model X, S, 3, or Y. But the feature can help thwart thefts of nearby non-EVs as well.
In the Spanish town of Benicassim on Sunday, two people attempted to steal a 964-series Porsche 911 Carrera 2. But unbeknownst to them, the sports car was parked beside a Sentry Mode-enabled Tesla Model 3 that caught everything on tape.
Automotive outlet Motorpasion first reported on the incident, followed by Autoblog, and Business Insider was able to confirm the details of the story via a police report provided by Jose Saez-Merino, a relative of the Porsche's owner.
In a video of the theft circulated on social media by Saez-Merino, who owns the Model 3 that caught the scene, two people donning partial face masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic can be seen rolling the Porsche out of its parking spot and away into the night.
Porsche Carrera 2, matricula 2397DBK robado en Benicassim, Castellón, anoche a las 3:20 AM. Va a ser complicado, pero si alguien sabe algo o conoce a alguien en el video o fotos, mis DMs están abiertos. Gracias pic.twitter.com/o3RTDIxlFs — Jose Saez-Merino (@josejacas) July 12, 2020
Saez-Merino shared the video with local authorities and described the 911 at length on social media in an attempt to recover the car.
Less than a day after Saez-Merino shared the video on Twitter, the 911 was found in a suburban area near Valencia, Saez-Merino told Business Insider. A delivery-van driver spotted the blue 911, recognized it from a Facebook post of a friend of the owner's, and called it in to the police. Saez-Merino suspects that those who stole the car dumped it deliberately to see if the car had a GPS tracker.
E N C O N T R A D O pic.twitter.com/87iZL3mlw8 — Jose Saez-Merino (@josejacas) July 13, 2020
Saez-Merino isn't sure how much of a role the Tesla's recording played in recovering the Porsche, but told Business Insider that it may help police catch the people who stole the car later down the line. The investigation into suspects is still ongoing, Saez-Merino said. SEE ALSO: A Ford Focus driver wound up with a nearly $1,000 ticket after being clocked at 437 mph by a faulty speed camera
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Red Dead Redemption 2 came out on PC on Nov. 5, and players quickly ran into myriad issues.Publisher Rockstar Games fixed a lot of the problems, but some players still can't play the Western-themed open-world game.On Wednesday, Rockstar offered up an explanation for the problems and laid out its plan to make things right.The company planned on releasing an update later Wednesday to address certain problems, including preventing the game from running smoothly, but said it'll need some time to test the next update in order to completely fix the issue.To compensate players, Rockstar said those who play Red Dead Redemption 2 this week and through the holidays will receive a care package in the game's multiplayer mode, Red Dead Online.The package will include the Prieto Poncho in-game cosmetic along with other ammo and provisions.
Collisions between bubbles or droplets suspended in liquid are more complex than previously thought.KAUST researchers have shown that conditions expected to promote coalescence can actually lead to the bubble or droplet pair bouncing right off of each other.The discovery could have implications for many applications involving colloidal systems of fluids that do not mix, immiscible fluids, including food products, such as oil-and-vinegar salad dressings, cosmetics and crude oil processing."However, in practical conditions, even trace contamination or added surfactant can immobilize the thin liquid film at the interface, making the phenomenon very challenging to investigate," says Ivan Vakarelski, a research scientist in Sigurdur Thoroddsen's lab.Thoroddsen, Vakarelski and their colleagues have now carried out bubble- and droplet-collision experiments in a fluid that can be produced in ultrapure form."We use a fluorocarbon liquid, which allowed us to accurately predict the effects of the interface mobility," Vakarelski says.
Renown leakster @OnLeaks just published some very interesting images of what’s supposedly Samsung’s upcoming mid-ranger – the Samsung Galaxy A51.The handset portrayed in the renders appears to have married the new camera madness trend with a whopping four camera setup on the back.Meanwhile on the front we find a design we know very well, with a hole punch camera in the middle of the screen.The Galaxy A51 does indeed seem very similar to Samsung’s latest flagship – the Note 10.Samsung Galaxy A51 Renders Leak with Punch-hole Display and Four CamerasThe Samsung Galaxy A51 is also expected to pack a 6.2-inch AMOLED display on a more rounded frame.
Apple has complete dominance in the smartwatch market with its Apple Watch.This is what emerges from the analysis conducted by Strategy Analytics, which sees the company reaching peaks never explored, with 47.9% market share.Only 2 percentage points are missing and the fateful half market share will be reached.It would mean that for every 2 smartwatches, one is branded Apple.In general, the data nevertheless offers a healthy picture for the market, with a 42% increase in shipments compared to last year, with Samsung leading the best year-on-year growth (73%).But there is another big name that seems to have a promising future, and it is Google.
The launch of this car, and its forthcoming derivatives, is a huge milestone for the company, one they liken to the introduction of other legendary models like the original Beetle and Golf."It's really the starting point of a system change from ICE (internal-combustion engines) to BEV (battery-electric vehicles) that is, let's say, mainly the base for our commitment starting to strive for a CO2-neutral future in the automotive industry."The Volkswagen Group is making a major push into the electric-vehicle space, and ID 3 is the tip of their spear.Helping keep that electron reservoir topped up, in Europe, VW is also making significant infrastructure investments.Ulbrich said the company "will install, until 2025, more than 30,000 charging points in our facilities [and] in our dealerships."With the new ID 3 and the easier ability to keep them juiced up he added, "I think there's a good chance that e-mobility now will be successful."
Uber reported its third-quarter earnings on Monday, which topped Wall Street's revenue estimates.However, the ride-hailing giant lost more money on a per-share basis than analysts expected.Shares sank by as much as 6% to $29.21 in after-hours trading following the report.Last week, Lyft topped Wall Street expectations with its earnings report.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Uber on Monday reported mixed third-quarter financials that sent the stock sinking after hours.
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