Ventilator production increases, new flexible phone previewed
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Elon Musk tweeted that one of Tesla's factories will reopen in New York to produce ventilators to help with COVID-19 treatment.
Musk said quote, we will do anything in our power to help the citizens of New York.
Also James Dyson has designed a new type of ventilator.
His company will provide 10,000 ventilators to the UK National Health Service.
Dyson says they're looking at ways to make this new ventilator available internationally.
We got a sneak peek at a new flexible phone.
It's the Royal flex pi two When unfolded, you're looking at a 7.8 inch screen with a four by three aspect ratio.
The company says the flex pi two is built around a new hinge mechanism.
It allows the phone to be unfolded to a number of different angles.
Inside is the top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and 5g connectivity.
The official introduction of the flex pi two will be later this year.
Sling TV has extended its stay in and sling campaign.
Anyone in the US can get access to its sling Blue Live TV streaming service for free.
The package includes over 40 channels.
To get access, you'll have to sign up for a sling comm account by April 5. [SOUND] But no credit card information is necessary.
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