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This flying car will take to the skies soon

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  • FAA has given go-ahead to Samson Switchblade to begin flight testing.
  • Switchblade took 14 years to develop.
  • It can go up to 306 km/h and 21,000 km.

A flying car that was developed in the United States has been given permission to take off, reported Metro News.

The FAA, the American government’s aviation authority, has officially given a go-ahead to Samson Switchblade to begin flight testing.

The Switchblade took 14 years to develop and will be testing its high-speed taxi.

Samson Sky said that 2,100 people had made reservations to try the vehicle.

The unique feature of the flying car is that it comes in a DIY kit form. Each kit comprises of an engine, avionics, and Samson Builder Assist Program.

The three-wheeled car can easily be parked in a person’s garage. From there, the owner has to drive it to the nearest airport. It takes three minutes for the vehicle to enter flying mode.

The Switchblade can go up to 306 km/h and 21,000 km. After landing the car, you can switch it back to driving mode.

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Another X, previously Twitter, outage has affected Pakistan.

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Adding to the current difficulties with online connectivity, internet users in Pakistan experienced yet another disturbance when attempting to use the services of social media site X, formerly known as Twitter.

Users from Islamabad and other regions of the nation were unable to use the site for several hours since the service was down.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), which is becoming increasingly concerned about the frequent outages, has not made an official remark about the matter.

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Elections 2024: On February 8, a “suspension” of cellphone and internet services was suggested.

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The suggestion was made at the meeting of the ECP, which was convened to examine the state of law and order in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.

According to those with knowledge of the situation, there was a suggestion to cut back on mobile and internet service in vulnerable sections of the nation in time for the general elections in 2024.

The election candidates’ security was also a topic of discussion during the conference, and CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja voiced his worries about the rise in attacks on political gatherings in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.

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Government Decides to Take Action: Solangi Denounces Journalist Harassment Campaign

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The troll army of a political party has been harassing Journalist Gharidah Farooqui, and the Caretaker Government has strongly objected to this nasty and shady campaign, according to Caretaker Minister for Information Murtaza Solangi.

He warned that disclosing someone’s home address or private phone number amounted to encouraging violence and harassment and would not be allowed in a post on the social media site “X.”

The Minister went on to say that the appropriate authorities are looking into the situation and that the offenders and those who assist them will face consequences in accordance with the law.

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