In today's top stories, Elon Musk reveals plans for a 4-motor Cybertruck variant, it's too late for now to get a Cyberquad ATV for kids, and Pixel 6 phones can open BMW cars.
Previously, a tri-motor variant was going to be top-shelf, but now the biggest and baddest Cybertruck will have a motor for each wheel.
Texas will no longer be the lone Starship state.
In the week's top stories, President Biden announces that COVID-19 test kits will be free for all Americans. Also, Tesla moves its headquarters from California to Texas, and the most used emoji of 2021 is revealed.
In today's top stories, Elon Musk's company leaves California for Texas, while Square follows in the footsteps of Facebook and renames itself.
"Don't waste your money on that silly Apple Cloth, buy our whistle instead!" he wrote on Twitter.
Commentary: This year included more vaccine misinformation, random internet outages and yet another T-Mobile data breach.
The world's richest person is worried one of his companies could go bankrupt if it doesn't make it to space early and often starting next year.
The electric carmaker offers a strong warranty and top-of-the-line energy storage. It also promises to be the cheapest.
In today's stories, SpaceX's Starship orbital flight could launch in January 2022, Starbucks brings Amazon's "Just Walk Out" tech to a new concept store and Spotify launches in-app lyrics.
The SpaceX founder hopes to start sending "real payloads" to space in 2023.
The richest person on Earth has sold more than 5.1 million shares in total this week.