An expert explains the real impact of using different smartphone chargers An expert explains the real impact of using different smartphone chargers

An expert explains the real impact of using different smartphone chargers

An expert explains the real impact of using different smartphone chargers

Professor of the Design Bureau "Information Protection" Vasily Shutov confirmed the safety of using any charger to charge a smartphone, regardless of its capacity.

“As a general rule, a phone cannot get additional charge from a more capable charger,” Shutov said.

He stressed that the phone will take time during the charging process according to the design presented by the manufacturer, regardless of the capacity of the charger used.

He pointed out that the problem lies in the use of low-quality chargers, because this will lead to rapid wear of the power unit and an increase in the temperature of the batteries, which will negatively affect the phone.

Shutov explained that this may cause problems in the data transfer process, in addition to the risk of fire due to the low-quality charger.


Musk demands a larger stake in Tesla!

Elon Musk has demanded a larger stake in Tesla that would nearly double his current stake.
In a series of posts on X, the Tesla CEO said he would not feel comfortable developing the automaker into a leader in artificial intelligence and robotics without having at least 25% voting control of the company.

“I am uncomfortable with Tesla developing into a leader in AI and robotics without approximately 25% voting control,” Musk wrote. “Unless that is the case, I would prefer to develop products outside of Tesla.”

Previously, Musk owned more than a 20% stake in Tesla, but he now owns about 13% of the company's shares after selling billions of dollars in shares in 2022 in part to help finance his $44 billion purchase of Twitter.

Tesla remains a leader in electric cars, but Musk said he believes the company's future lies in artificial intelligence and robotics.

In January 2022, he said the company's goal of building a humanoid robot was the most important technology it was developing.

“I think this could be more important than the auto trade over time,” he said in a call with Wall Street analysts.

In September, Tesla introduced the robot at its AI Day, but leaders at the company indicated it was not ready for peak time.

On AI Day, the robot, named Optimus, was seen walking stiffly across the stage before slowly waving to the audience and gesturing for about one minute.

However, Tesla believes that robotics technology is key to its future and to keeping its investors on its side.

Dan Ives, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, said the comments created a "firestorm" for Tesla. “If Musk eventually goes the route of creating his own company (separate from Tesla) for next-generation AI projects, this would clearly be a very negative thing for Tesla,” he wrote.

Ives added that he expects Tesla's board of directors to be able to resolve the issue.
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