Uber tests hailing rides by phone, Tesla Model X recalled
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Uber no longer requires a smartphone to hell ride.
The company unveiled a new service it's piloting in Arizona that lets people book a ride by making a phone call.
Although it was originally designed for seniors, anyone can use the service This.
After someone calls the number, the company will connect the caller to a live operator who will book the ride.
It's kinda like how taxi';s work.
Tesla says it has issued a recall for the Model X after noticing excessive corrosion of a power steering motor bolt.
The corrosion is due to road salt Specifically the recall affects Model X vehicles built before mid October 2016.
And the problem is worse for those SUVs running around in cold climates.
Tesla said the vehicles are still safe to drive and it will contact owners to schedule a service appointment.
Netflix is letting people watch an original film for free.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before is streaming in the US and more markets.
There's no sign-up required, no email to input, and no credit card information to give out.
This is a promotion for a recently released sequel to that movie.
This whole thing will run through March 9th.
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