Porsche's first battery-electric vehicle promises to be quite the athlete.
About 1,000 employees protested the alleged development of a search engine that would give censorship powers to the Chinese government.
Cache me outside, how 'bout dah?
BSides Manchester Websites can be hijacked to turn their caches into exploit delivery systems.…
The smart speaker with a display will be out for the holiday season, the report says.
But just for a month - and what a month September will be for its directors
The directors of the company at the heart of the ZX Spectrum reboot scandal have been ordered to pay yet more legal costs as they keep trying to kick their financial woes into the long grass.…
Elon Musk is one of the most famous people in the business world and serves as the CEO of two multibillion dollar companies at the same time. And that adds up to a lot of stress, as Musk made clear in an interview with The New York Times.
“This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career,” Musk told the Times. “It was excruciating.”
Over the last couple of weeks, Musk has faced growing criticism for an unorthodox tweet claiming that he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private. It was just the latest in a series of controversies that has taken an emotional toll on Musk.
That's the lowest price to date on DJI's amazingly capable quadcopter, which can be controlled using just your hands. Plus: Two bonus deals!
One of the least fun jobs when writing a scientific paper is coming up with a motivation. It should be easy and fun: look at this awesomely cool thing we did—aren’t the results interesting? Instead, we typically have to claim to reveal the secrets of the Universe, cure cancer, or protect the public. Preferably all three at the same time.
A recent paper (PDF) on using Wi-Fi as an environmental sensor has some really exciting results. But my heart shrank three sizes after reading the following: “Traditional baggage check involves either high manpower for manual examinations or expensive and specialized instruments, such as X-ray and CT. As such, many public places (i.e., museums and schools) that lack of strict security check are exposed to high risk.”
As I said, the research is totally cool. It's just not likely to ever help with security unless molesting people with hip replacements is your version of improved security.
This weight machine has the strength of a bodybuilder, fits on your wall and could get you in shape faster than the gym.
Think tank calls for open standards, interoperability
Government departments should mandate interoperability when procuring systems and establish audit trails to track data use in order to benefit from data sharing, a think tank has said.…
With a bunch of styling tweaks and a little extra performance, it could be the answer to your dad's case of late-middle-age ennui.
Mylan’s life-saving epinephrine auto-injector EpiPen now has a generic rival, the Food and Drug Administration triumphantly announced.
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA now has FDA approval to market a direct generic competitor of the device, as well as a version for pediatric patients, a generic EpiPen Jr. Both products are used in emergency situations to auto-inject a dose of epinephrine into a person’s thigh to thwart deadly allergic reactions, namely anaphylactic shock.
The approval comes years after Mylan outraged patients and lawmakers by ruthlessly hiking the price of its product by more than 400 percent. Mylan purchased the rights to EpiPen in 2007 and gradually raised the list price from about $50 per auto-injector to slightly over $600 for a two-pack. The move boosted EpiPen profits to $1.1 billion a year. In step, Mylan CEO Heather Bresch saw her salary soar by millions, reaching nearly $19 million in 2015—a point lawmakers hammered her for during a House Oversight Committee hearing in September of 2016.
We don't expect to see new hardware, but there should be some cool previews of upcoming games.
The midsize truck segment is heating up again after a long period of cooling off and we're curious how the newest kid on the block can compare to more established competitors.
Trendy addresses are also being used to convince people to invest.
The lawsuit focuses on an exception made for traditional dealerships, which Tesla does not use.
Time for cyber-security firm to pull up the baggywrinkle?
Security slinger Symantec is facing a bruising battle with activist investor Starboard Value, which has nominated five directors to the security firm's board after having amassed a 5.8 per cent shareholding.…
Commentary: It was a rough day. My nephew hit me in the balls with a tetherball. Also, my Twitter account was hacked. Hear my tale of woe.
Nuro's driverless pods won't show up until the fall, though -- it'll be a self-driving Prius before then.
There's talk of a big one, a less-expensive one and one with three rear cameras.