Recommended Reading: Behind the wheel of the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV

John Beltz Snyder, Autoblog

Our colleagues at Autoblog have an in-depth analysis of the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV via Snyder’s first driving experience. While it’s similar to the EQS sedan, Snyder argues that the SUV variant will likely be more popular.

ian bogost, The Atlantic

A recent study found that smart thermostats don’t actually save you money, as you rather have the convenience of quick adjustments on your phone. So why do energy suppliers subsidize them for customers? They collect that sweet data and maybe even throttle your power consumption (with permission). Bogost argues that convenience still pays off, especially when you don’t have to get out of bed to get comfortable.

Joel Schectman and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, Reuters

This in-depth report examines how US intelligence failed its informants in Iran while waging a covert war with Tehran. “Faulty CIA covert communications system” made it easy for Iranian officials to find sources even if they were otherwise cautious about their work.

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