The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has just passed a rule earlier today that will signal the end of Tesla’s direct sales of cars to consumers, being the third state in the country to do so after Arizona and Texas. This might end up as a rather huge blow to Tesla, who happens to be a manufacturer of all-electric cars, as they do not depend on dealerships in order to sell its rides, taking on a very different business model compared to the route that other car companies take. This particular rule would kick in from April onwards.
Apparently there are reports of the Xbox One stereo headset adapter experiencing audio issues when it comes to in-game chat, and the folks over at Microsoft have already been alerted to the situation, where they are duly looking into the problem. Some Xbox One owners have complained over on the Astro Gaming forums and Xbox forums that game audio which is sent through arrives fine and dandy, although other players claim that their voice chat is far from being crystal clear, having plenty of distortion and crackling. It seems that only in-game chat audio is affected, while party chat, Skype calls and Upload Studio voice-overs work just fine. I suppose this would eliminate the possibility of a hardware or mechanical problem, but rather, it is more of a software issue.