University of California has had the robots for two years, but "human error" is blamed for the fire.
No not THAT kind of Office Wizard! Roll a diplomacy check to win the election: Vote tie resolved by a D20
Office nerd saves day with Dungeons & Dragons die
When two candidates running for director of Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in California found themselves locked in a bizarre tie earlier this month, the authority sought to resolve the stalemate in a swift and decisive manner – by reaching for a D20.…
Nissan’s “four-door sports car” gets a number of improvements for 2019. Unfortunately, added sportiness isn’t one of them.
CNET staff compile our top 12 favorite games of 2018, and highlight personal favorites you should check out.
This special-edition Lincoln with center-opening doors will make you feel as though you're in the beginning credits of Entourage.
Yuletide cheer for Wing Commander Andy Green and the team
In news that will bring festive cheer to fans of plucky Brit engineering efforts, the Bloodhound 1,000mph car project has been lobbed a lifeline by Yorkshire-based entrepreneur Ian Warhurst.…
YouTube star James Charles asks fans for privacy after a fan shows up at his house in LA.
Striking looks, kid-friendly tech and a premium cabin should put this three-row SUV atop shopping lists.
London’s Metropolitan Police Service will be testing facial recognition technology in a handful of locations across the central core of the British capital on both Monday and Tuesday for eight hours each day.
This trial marks the seventh such trial in London since 2016. In addition to the December 17-18 tests, authorities have said there will be three more tests which have yet to be scheduled.
According to the police, these trials, which "will be used overtly with a clear uniformed presence and information leaflets will be disseminated to the public," are set to take place specifically in the vicinity of Soho, Piccadilly Circus, and Leicester Square.
It's not just about quality
Research results Whether it's systems-level platforms and tools or full-blown business applications, you want the software your organisation depends on to run reliably and predictably. Our recent Reg survey, however, confirmed what most probably knew from experience, or could guess from press headlines – that software-related failures are far from uncommon.…
'Please stop... you're doing something to the radios'
Who, me? Welcome all, to the merry world of Who, Me?, our weekly trip down memory lane for techies who want to get something off their chest.…
The plaintiffs are seeking class action status.
The newly reedited and toned-down version of Deadpool 2 has a couple of new post-credits scenes to look forward to. Warning: spoilers ahead.
We're giving away a Lego Technic: Bugatti Chiron model kit for one lucky follower. This sweepstakes ends Dec. 16, 2018.