Take a look at this innovative supermarket concept. Is the convenience enough or is it just a gimmick?
The truth is out there.
Ask not for whom the doorbell tolls.
Sinclair isn't giving up yet as it tries to close the $3.9 billion deal to buy Tribune.
The supplier for Apple, Samsung and other device makers has designed the new Gorilla Glass 6 to survive 15 drops from a height of 1 meter.
This probably isn't something you can knock out on your lunch break.
Gizmos gain control over Windows 10 updates - at a price
Be still your beating hearts, Microsoft’s Windows 10 IoT Core Services has hit public preview and the software giant has indicated just how much it is all going to cost.…
It's a hard-rock life for the Curiosity rover on Mars.
In a Recode interview, Facebook's CEO takes blame for Cambridge Analytica debacle, but stops short of actually firing himself.
So much for "Netflix and chill."
The makers of the online children's game say a hacker uploaded malicious code to one of its servers.
Some big names might not be in Paris this year, but VinFast wouldn't miss it.
In one consolidated overview, Assistant can pull together info like commute times and scheduled meetings so you can plan your day.
We also talk about a CEO shake-up at Nest and just how well Amazon did on Prime Day.
The Amazon founder's company successfully tests its escape system for space tourists who could fly soon.
The next chapter starts automatically as soon as you finish the last one.
James Bond's favourite car company has plans to develop small aircraft with engine giant Rolls-Royce.
When you install rooftop solar panels, the electricity you create cuts into the amount of electricity the utility must provide to meet your needs. Add up the reduced demand of all the homes with solar panels, and you've got a pretty sizable amount of electricity that's no longer needed.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) quantified that reduced demand and found that solar panels installed between 2013 and 2015 in California saved utilities from having to purchase between $650 million and $730 million dollars' worth of electricity. Those avoided purchases create slack in demand, pushing wholesale prices lower.
Lower wholesale prices "should ultimately reduce consumers’ costs through lower retail rates," the researchers write (although whether and how those savings get passed on to retail customers is not discussed in the paper).
You may not even notice the visual changes, that's how slight they are.
The real meat and potatoes of this midcycle refresh is in its kit.