In what could be a pivotal moment for federal policy on autonomous vehicles – and an initial step in making human drivers obsolete – the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) sent Google
Login win The iPhone’s TouchID fingerprint sensor makes bypassing the annoying lock screen a breeze. Some Android phones have a similar feature. Other Android phones have a “Smart Lock” tool that uses
"You're gonna hear all of the usual complaints, you know, freedom of speech, etc." After the Paris attacks last month, Hillary Clinton called on Silicon Valley to join forces with the U.S. government its
This minuscule temperature sensor gets power from its own wireless networking. The internet of things is a nice idea, but there's one big catch: you have to power all those smart devices, which is no feat
Gmail has had a “to-do” feature for the longest time, but it was pretty useless, as it was a simple standalone, one-off feature that probably graduated from Labs at one point. It was never integrated.
Dropbox, the file hosting and cloud storage company with 400 million users, has been struggling to hold up its $10 billion valuation in the face of scrutiny from investors and observers, and now it looks
But this means that many people who rely on Mailbox, including me, will have to find another email app. I love Mailbox because you can "snooze" emails so they disappear from your inbox until later, and
As ZinePak co-founder Kim Kaupe explains, the most successful entrepreneurs tend to be supported by great mentors. Until you find one or two to work with, however, we've got you covered. Our most-watched
By Elyssa Kirkham, GBR Staff Writer Warren Buffett is one of the greatest investing and business minds today. But aside from his exponential investing success, Buffett is probably most famous for his insights,
Five remote-controlled cannons with computer-aided aiming made the Superfortress way, way ahead of its time. Designed and built in the early 1940's, the supremely advanced B-29 Superfortress first flew
Queen Nefertiti, the powerful queen of ancient Egypt, may be hiding in a burial chamber behind her son's famous tomb. The tomb of King Tutankhamen was found in Luxor, Egypt in 1922, putting to rest the
Shutterstock Ever wonder why your smartphone doesn’t have night vision? I mean, it can’t be that advanced of a technology, right? They used night vision goggles in World War II, for crying out loud. My
Having previously announced the Chromebit in March, today, ASUS and Google are officially launching the HDMI stick-based Chrome OS computer. The little stick essentially turns any HDMI-equipped screen
Global economy will be transformed over next 20 years at risk of growing inequality, say analysts A “robot revolution” will transform the global economy over the next 20 years, cutting the costs of doing
Last month, we featured a selection of the spectacular entries in the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest, and we’re pleased to share even more works from the competition. The chosen entries showcase
Laurent Kronental’s Souvenir d’un Futur photos capture these stigmatized housing experiments and their aging residents. From the 1950s to the 1980s, Paris erected a series of massive apartment complexes
The populace was thrilled when Nova Launcher started toying with icon normalization in beta. For ease of on-sight recognition, Google has always encouraged developers to give their icons a “unique silhouette,”
Update: Google has granted Sanmay Ved a generous reward for the discovery of the bug in its Domains service. In a heart-warming twist, Ved said he would donate the money (“over $10,000”) to a charity.
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