It'll also warn you if it's going to run a red light. Tesla's Autopilot system can ease some of the burden of driving, but it's not always polite (just ask anyone who's been cut off). Now, however, it
It would have let intruders spy on a child's whereabouts. Family tracking apps can be very helpful if you're worried about your kids or spouse, but they can be nightmarish if that data falls into the hands.
It's not just interested in four-wheelers. Honda has shown an affinity for electric cars as of late, but what about the motorcycle crowd? Don't worry, you'll get your fix soon. The automaker has unveiled
You'll also see a close combat mode in the summer. Now that Battlefield V's long-promised battle royale mode is nearly here, how else are DICE and EA going to keep you interested? By moving the action
It can also help prevent motion sickness. Google has released the first beta version of Chrome 74, and it comes with support for Windows dark mode. You'll find that the browser will now automatically its
The Clone Wars-era Capital Supremacy mode arrives March 26th. DICE and EA are determined to keep Star Wars Battlefront II fresh a year after the loot box fiasco effectively came to an end. They're releasing
It'll be available on March 27th via the board's Facebook page and YouTube channel. An upcoming documentary might be able to answer some of the things you've been wanting to know about Twitch video game
It claims there was nothing personally identifiable. Nokia phone brand owner HMD Global is understandably nervous about Finland investigating claims that its handsets send sensitive data to China, and
It could provide details as early as March 25th. It's now a little clearer how Apple's rumored game subscription service might work -- including what you wouldn't get. Bloomberg sources claim the service
Metro Exodus is the first game to support ray tracing for global illumination, but how well does it work? Welcome to the first episode of our new explainer series, Upscaled. We're going to be examining
Taking it back even further than MySpace. At Engadget, we spend every day looking at how technology will shape the future. But it's also important to look back at how far we've come -- that's what This
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It has yet to reveal details and a release date, though. Tesla's in-car browser is pretty infamous for being wonky, so it didn't come as a surprise when someone told Elon Musk on Twitter that they wish
That plant currently builds the electric Bolt and autonomous Cruise vehicles. GM has confirmed plans to build another electric vehicle at the same Orion Township, MI factory where it currently manufactures
Worldwide. Netflix's flood of content includes a significant anime push, and as part of that it's going to be the first streamer with Neon Genesis Evangelion on tap, worldwide. The classic series will
The hydrogel is soft, yet strong and responsive, and it can be formed in LEGO-like blocks. Robots might be a little more appealing -- and more practical -- if they're not made of hard, cold metal or plastic,
Mozilla's browser supports split-screen, easier tab control and beyond. Your choices for iPad-friendly web browsers just got ever-so-slightly larger. Mozilla has released an arguably overdue version of
The true wireless Powerbeats may use Apple's H1 chip and support "Hey Siri." Apple at long last has updated its AirPods, and subsidiary Beats may be set to expand its own product lineup with its first
The modular computing solution debuted just two years ago. Intel is halting development on its line of Compute Cards, according to a report from Tom's Hardware. The company will continue to sell its existing
A large chunk of its catalog will be available, with notable exceptions. Batman is about to celebrate his 80th 'birthday' (his first appearance in Detective Comics) on March 30th, and DC Universe is using
It hopes this technique will “democratize AI.” In an effort "to democratize AI," researchers at MIT have found a way to use artificial intelligence to train machine-learning systems much more efficiently.
It's not clear if the two events are directly connected. Samsung's US marketing team is in the midst of turmoil, and that might include some high-profile casualties. Wall Street Journal sources claim Samsung
It could give fuel cell EVs the boost they need. While EVs have come a long way -- even Ford is making electric trucks -- they're still a far cry from perfect. One of the biggest complaints is that the
AT&T claims the study's methodology is flawed. AT&T has been accused of slapping a 5G label on top of what is effectively still a 4G LTE network, and now there appears to be some evidence to support that
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The 'Alan Wake' and 'Max Payne' studio's latest is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Alan Wake and Max Payne studio Remedy Entertainment has revealed when its latest game, the mysterious, atmospheric Control,
Norway's capital aims to be the first city to deploy such a system. As Norway's capital city prepares to ensure all taxis are zero emission by 2023, Oslo is setting up a wireless charging system for cabs.
The office assistant briefly popped up in Microsoft Teams. The dream of the '90s was alive in Microsoft Teams this week when Microsoft's old office assistant, Clippy, showed up. If you used Microsoft between
It needs more jazz hands. While other automakers were debating the merits of the electric car, Nissan was already selling the Leaf (the little EV hit the market in 2010, two years before the Model S).
State of Play will emulate Nintendo Direct with announcements and trailers. After declining to run PlayStation Experience last year and pulling out of this year's E3, Sony is turning to a different strategy