Drive My Car! The famous singer and songwriter joins James Corden on a ride through memory (and Penny) lane.
Hey Alexa -- run!
Microsoft wants you to use Bing visual search to find things to buy.
From CNET Magazine: Vacations are supposed to be relaxing, so why are you stressing yourself out with emails and alerts?
Rule the land, patrol the sea, but you can't take the sky from me...
Reports say she was watching reality TV at time of fatal impact
A woman in the driving seat of an autonomous Uber that hit and killed a pedestrian was likely streaming an episode of telly show The Voice on her phone immediately before the collision, according to reports.…
Oppo's R15 Pro is a great phone, just not quite as great as the similarly priced OnePlus 6.
But customers believe days of problems go deeper than that
Updated Sainsbury's Bank has insisted to The Register that it is not experiencing an IT outage, despite lots of enraged customers asking why their money isn't moving.…
This review contains minor plot spoilers.
Whatever fans want to call Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the fifth entry in the raptor-loaded film series, at least they won't mistake it for a carbon copy of its predecessors.
Fallen Kingdom bucks every series convention to emerge as something quite different from Spielberg's established family-thriller take on the Michael Crichton novels. But the film's makers seem to have no idea how to pull it off. The resulting film is a sixth-grade sketchbook mash of dino-murder, cartoonish villains, and plot holes big enough for an apatosaurus to fit through. It may very well be the biggest-budget Syfy B-movie of all time.
Good performance and a low price will help you ignore its few flaws.
Welcome to Edition 1.05 of the Rocket Report! This collaborative effort with readers of Ars Technica seeks to diversify our coverage of the launch industry. The Rocket Report publishes as a newsletter on Thursday and on this website every Friday morning.
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Company plans to launch rockets from drone plane. An Alabama-based startup called Aevum is developing plans to launch small payloads from an autonomous air-launch system that it is calling Ravn. The aircraft could launch rockets every three hours, according to the company. Per Space.com, Aevum is working toward beginning flight testing in 2019. If the entire flight test campaign goes according to plan, Aevum has three launches planned for the fourth quarter of 2019.
Rumor mill, rumor mill, churn, churn, churn.
They didn’t even have to snap their fingers to make him disappear from China’s internet.
And don't even ask about Brexit
The UK government doesn't know what science and tech skills the economy needs or how Brexit will affect firms' ability to recruit staff, MPs have warned.…
The $6 meal will be assembled without human hands.
Join tech luminaries and Jenny Agutter for a night on the tiles
The Register is partnering with Byte Night, the annual tech-heavy sleepout fundraiser for Action for Children, the UK charity which has been caring and sticking up for vulnerable young people for 150 years.…
The site will let video-makers charge fans a monthly fee for exclusive content.