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With just a strip of open cell foam, Pirelli has found a way to make road tires significantly quieter.
These packages add between $5,000 and $6,000 to the price of the regular Corvette Grand Sport.
Four specific Corvette Racing drivers inspired these appearance packages.
An updated iPad Mini 5 and two 10-inch models may be on the horizon.
Other app developers will be able to tap into the tech as soon as the second half of 2019.
If you've invested in a 4K TV and a 4K Blu-ray player, these are the absolute essential discs you must buy.
AAA says the various names are confusing to drivers and car shoppers.
Unsealed documents from a class action lawsuit reportedly raise red flags about Facebook's business practices.
Series production will start in 2020 to help bolster its onslaught of future EVs.
One-third of scooter riders involved in accidents end up in the emergency room, researchers find.
The streaming service could get infected by the T-Virus, according to a report.
The timing is right, considering Ford is working on an electric F-150.
This membership is worth $49 and nets you up to nine classes at participating exercise studios.
The Nokia 3.1 Plus and Nokia 2 V are coming to Cricket and Verizon respectively; Canada's Rogers getting a phone soon.
Vansky's latest is height- and angle-adjustable, meaning it might work where other mounts don't. Plus: a fantastic game freebie!
Immersive theater? Karaoke with digital puppets? Synesthetic VR food fests? The tech-driven show lets artists test their limits.
And it didn't have to go to extreme lengths to boost future output.
Reducing the number of carriers from four to three will result in higher prices and fewer choices, they say.
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, Facebook's CEO tries to allay users' fears about advertising on the social network.
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