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Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ comes to Audible, narrated by Rosario Dawson

You might be familiar with Andy Weir’s name because of his book The Martian. Now, he’s back with a new crime caper called Artemis, which is set on the dark side of the Moon. The book is now available not just in bookstores but also in audiobook form over at Audible with actress Rosario Dawson lending her voice to the project. The clip above has Dawson talking about her character and the recording of Artemis.

Artemis follows the story of Jasmine Bashara or Jazz, who is described as “another too-smart, devil-may-care twentysomething” who isn’t happy with the life she lives in a small town on Artemis, which is the first and only city on the moon. Life is tough in the city if you aren’t rich so competing petty crimes like smuggling in contraband isn’t unheard of. And when Jazz finds a chance to commit the perfect crime with an extremely lucrative reward it’s hard for her to turn it down. However, in the midst of this she finds herself caught up in a conspiracy for control of Artemis itself.


Tesla readies to unveil revolutionary electric semi truck platform

Tesla is moving from electric cars to semi-trucks. The company who started by building expensive electric roadsters for Silicon Valley millionaires has expanded into road cards, SUVs and even a more consumer friendly sedan. Now it is setting its sight on large transport trucks or semis, with an unveiling happening tomorrow.

Runour has it we're looking at an electric truck with a 300 mile range (on a full charge) and which could have some autonomous driving features. An interesting proposition for an area in automotive transport that's remained unchanged for decades.

While tradtional car companies are scrambling to compete in electric vehicles, Tesla's confident enough to try and mark new territory with their semi platform.


Belkin launches USB-C Car Charger with fast charging capabilities for new iPhones

Today Belkin, pioneer in technology and innovation for more than 30 years, introduces its USB-C Car Charger with fast charging capabilities for iPhone X/8/8 Plus users, available for purchase on and at Apple stores worldwide.

Product features:

  • 36W of power delivery
  • Enables Fast Charge for iOS
  • Ability to charge larger devices like iPads and MacBooks*

*This car charger connects to devices using Apple’s USB-C to Lightning cable (sold separately at Apple exclusively)


Amazon Prime Music now available to Canadian subscribers with 1 million songs

Amazon Prime subscriptions in Canada seem to be the gift that keeps on giving. Around a year ago, subscribers got access to Amazon Prime Video (with great shows like Grand Tour, American Gods, Man in the High Castle).

Amazon Canada announced today that Amazon Prime Music is available to Canadian Amazon Prime subscribers. Offering 1 million songs for playing back on Echo devices (or the Sonos One), or be downloaded for playback on a PC or smartphone.

Adding to today’s exciting announcements, starting now, Amazon Prime Members in Canada have access to more than one million songs on-demand, at no additional cost with Prime Music! This launch will also enhance Alexa’s intelligence, as you’ll be able to stream music on your new Amazon Echo devices! Begin streaming Prime Music today at

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