TravelIntelligent Travel A mob of kangaroos grazes in a chilly pasture, then flees in front of an approaching pickup truck. The herd looks like a bunch of deer on pogo sticks. The scene is unfolding outside
The newly announced Gear VR is a milestone for Samsung and Oculus. It's the first virtual reality headset either has released without the safety net of an "Innovator Edition" or "Development Kit" label.
Google’s self-driving cars are making headlines as innocent victims in rear-end collisions. But this past week, Google revealed that one of these collisions had injured its employees inside the vehicle,
Only six people in the world know how to do what Sergio Pacheco is about to do. A middle-aged man who rarely smiles, Pacheco stands in the middle of a crowd on the National Mall, wearing a feathered headdress,
In the New Wales, they were taking the siesta seriously. Shops, restaurants and tea shops with red dragons in their windows were closed. When the residents did emerge, they tended to be chatting to one
Apple remains as tight-lipped as ever about the device's specs and features, but this hasn't stopped people from guessing. A new research note from Citi lays out what its analysts think will be in the
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Dan Fredinburg, a respected Google executive who headed privacy for Google X and led its product management team, has died in the avalanche on Mount Everest which was triggered by the huge earthquake Nepal.
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The easiest 1 series camera to imagine people buying Nikon has announced the J5, the latest entry in its idiosyncratic 1 series of mirrorless cameras. And, from the looks of things, it might be the most
Astro Teller tells the crowd at SXSW that the 28-foot versions didn't crash Google plans to fly an 84-foot wind turbine next month, according to Google X's Astro Teller, who spoke at SXSW today. Google's
He's developed a book club that's heavy on big ideas, and his sixth pick is no different. For his most recent selection in "A Year of Books," Zuckerberg has chosen the late physicist Thomas Kuhn's philosophical
We're officially living in the future: Amsterdam is set to host the world's first "drone circus," the Guardian reports. It's called AIR 2015, and the Royal Netherlands Air Force is helping organise it.
Fifty Shades of Grey, E.L. James’s 2011 tale of sex and submission,has sold more than 100 million copies and inspired a cottage industry of extremely graphic erotica. Along the way, it has also sparked
The speeches all focused on the importance of online security, and making sure companies and individuals don't fall victim to practices that may leave their information vulnerable. Cook had a very important
John Sculley may have been the one who pushed out Steve Jobs from Apple, but he also ushered in one of the most famous commercials. Sculley talks to CNET about Samsung's marketing efforts, Apple Watch,
"I have learnt with emotion of the passing of Michele Ferrero, a true entrepeneur, known and loved in Italy and abroad," Italian President Sergio Mattarella said in a statement. "Ferrero was a leading
Uber uses driver ratings to create an average rating for each driver. And if a driver's rating slips below a certain amount, they're booted off Uber, left to either try other ridesharing services or change
Kantar released new data on Wednesday that showed a drop of 2 percentage points in Android's share of the smartphone market in the US. What's important here is the time period in which the data comes the
Could changing food labels save millions of tons of good food from being thrown away? LONDON—Everyone's done it: You reach into your fridge and pluck out something tasty that you've meaning to eat but
"Text neck," the posture formed by leaning over a cellphone while reading and texting, is a big problem, according to the author of a newly published study in the National Library of Medicine. Kenneth