Burger King teases mysterious PS5 collaboration with PlayStation

  • Burger King tweeted a video of its mascot opening a paper food bag – and the contents played what could be the new PlayStation 5 start-up noise.
  • The bag shone a blue light into the Burger King’s face that looked similar to the blue glow PlayStation consoles emit.
  • The video teased more details on October 15.
  • Twitter users joked that the chain could be launching its own video games. It could also be a teaser for an upcoming competition, some said.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Burger King teased a mysterious tie-up with PlayStation in a cryptic tweet, ahead of an apparent official announcement on Thursday, October 15.

Burger King tweeted a video of its mascot opening one of the fast food chain’s paper bags. The contents of the bag shone a blue light into the King’s face, not unlike the glow PlayStation consoles emit.

The bag also

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Burger King teases a tie-up with PlayStation ahead of the PS5 release



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  • Burger King tweeted a video of its mascot opening a paper food bag – and the contents played what could be the new PlayStation 5 start-up noise.
  • The bag shone a blue light into the Burger King’s face that looked similar to the blue glow PlayStation consoles emit.
  • The video teased more details on October 15.
  • Twitter users joked that the chain could be launching its own video games. It could also be a teaser for an upcoming competition, some said.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Burger King teased a mysterious tie-up with PlayStation in a cryptic tweet, ahead of an apparent official announcement on Thursday, October 15.

Burger King tweeted a video of its mascot opening one of the fast food chain’s paper bags. The contents of the bag shone a blue light into the King’s face, not unlike

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Apple teases Oct. 13 iPhone event with invite tagline, ‘Hi, Speed’

Oct. 6 (UPI) — Apple announced Tuesday a second fall special event on Oct. 13, teasing it in an invitation with the tagline, “Hi, Speed.”

The “Hi, Speed” tagline for the event streamed from Apple Park at 10 a.m. PDT next Tuesday hints at the iPhone 12 with 5G capabilities, marking the first iPhone to connect to the new, ultra-fast wireless network.

Similarly, ahead of its September virtual event, which included the latest Apple Watch, among other new items, the technology company teased the event with a tagline in its invitation, “Time Flies.”

Apple is expected to unveil four new iPhone 12 models at the October event, including a new 5.4-inch iPhone 12, which would be smaller than the iPhone 11 Pro, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, which would be the largest iPhone ever.

The 5.4-inch iPhone 12

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Both Phones Coming] OnePlus Nord Teases Product Launch, New Smartphone Coming?

UPDATE: OnePlus is not getting ready to launch just one new Nord smartphone, but two of them, it seems. Max J. responded to us on Twitter, confirming that both Snapdragon 600 and 400 series phones are coming.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: A New OnePlus Nord smartphone could be on the way. The company has teased a new product launch it seems, via its Instagram profile. This is not exactly a straightforward teaser, though.

The company shared an image on Instagram. That image contains the company’s logo, which is black-colored, on a white background. Surrounding it, you’ll see a number of black lines from the edges of the image.

New OnePlus Nord smartphone seems to be coming, at least one of them

Along with the image, the company used the ‘ComingSoon’ hashtag. So, something is coming, and if we had to guess, we’d say it’s a new smartphone. Several new OnePlus Nord devices

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Ford Debuts Sculpture In China That Teases Future Design Language



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Are those fins on the sides?

At 2020 Auto China, Ford has a sculpture that previews its future design language. The company calls the look “Progressive Energy In Strength.” 

The sculpture depicts a vehicle in profile that tapers to a point at the back. The front end is muscular and wouldn’t appear too out of place on a new interpretation of the Mustang. The long hood flows back to a sleek, cockpit-like passenger compartment. Its teardrop shape creates the flowing line that creates the roof and leads to the rear.

A fascinating aspect is the fin-like shape along the rear flank. It somewhat evokes the styling of cars from the 1950s and early ’60s where big fins are a major styling element. Maybe Ford is looking to revive a little of this aesthetic.

The Ford China Design Center will open in

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Tesla Teases Big News On ‘Battery Day’

Tesla chief Elon Musk has promised “insane” battery news at a streamed event after the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting on Tuesday.

Speculation includes that Tesla will announce it has come up with ways to pack more energy into battery cells, slash production cost and dramatically extend battery life.

Musk, however, seemed to tap the brakes a bit on expectations in a tweet Monday, saying announcements will affect long-term production, particularly of Tesla’s Semi, Cybertruck and Roadster models.

Innovations will not reach “serious high-volume production” until the year 2022, according to Musk.

In response to a Teslerati.com story shared on Twitter contending that the battery announcement might be “more insane than expected,” Musk fired off a comment saying, “It will be very insane.”

In a tweet earlier this month, Musk promised “many exciting things will be unveiled on Battery Day.” He finished the message with a lightning bolt emoji.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk (pictured September 3, 2020) said he would announce "insane" battery news that will affect long-term production, particularly of Tesla's Semi, Cybertruck and Roadster models Tesla CEO

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