Elon Musk revealed confidential information on his personal Twitter account, Tesla Supercharger terminals are regularly vandalized, a Windows 11 update causes repeated blue screens of death, this is the recap.
Several weeks after his initial bid, Elon Musk infuriated Twitter by suspending his bid and leaking confidential information about his account. Tesla Superchargers terminals are regularly the victims of acts of vandalism, all the cables being rigorously cut. For its part, Windows 11 recently received a new update, but this one causes repeated blue screens of death for some users. Come on, let’s go for the recap of the day on Monday, May 16, 2022.
Elon Musk suspends his takeover of Twitter and reveals confidential information
A few days ago, Elon Musk officially suspended the takeover of Twitter pending clarification of the number of fake accounts on the social network. Before continuing the procedure, he wanted to check the official figures given by Twitter on this subject, but unfortunately revealed the method used to calculate them, which did not really please the company.
Read: Elon Musk reveals confidential information, Twitter is furious
Tesla Superchargers are the new victims of vandalism
In the United States, many Tesla network Supercharger stations are regularly vandalized. The damage seems to be daily and very well organized, since each cable is rigorously cut to prevent the owners of electric cars from recharging their vehicle. The problem is that the authorities do not know who is behind these acts of vandalism, no claim having been published on the web.
Read: Tesla Superchargers are vandalized and no one knows why
Windows 11 update crashes computers
It seems that the new version KB5013943 of the Windows 11 operating system has introduced a very annoying new bug, since it causes some users to experience blue screens of death repeatedly. Fortunately, there is a temporary solution until Microsoft rolls out a corrective patch in the coming days.
Read – Windows 11: Latest Update Causes Repeated Blue Screens of Death, Here’s the Fix