You’re Not Seeing Things; Microsoft Brings 1st Office App to Linux

LET THE INVASION BEGIN!! Yesterday, Microsoft Teams was released in a public preview phase to the Linux operating system via native Linux packages in two formats: .deb and .rpm. The app doesn’t differ in the looks department compared to it Windows and macOS brethren, and the goal of this release to for Microsoft to further push Teams as a bridge for the implementation of other Office apps (i.e. Word, et al) and teamwork that supports the mixed environments that are reliant on the Linux platform. But let’s be real here: Microsoft is releasing Teams on Linux to go after Slack on another front.

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Tesla Powerwall Home Installs are Beginning for Pilot Customers

As part of their mass conspiracy to take over the world  (something, something, something…), Tesla has begun shipping 7kWh stationary Powerwalls batteries so that their pilot customers in North America, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Australia can install them in their homes.  Since the batteries are designed for daily power cycling, they’ll likely need to be installed in homes equipped with solar panels. This would allow owners to power their homes at night with power collected by solar panels to the Powerwall during the daylight hours. Continue reading “Tesla Powerwall Home Installs are Beginning for Pilot Customers”