I’m a fan of all different sorts of rocks. Rock music. Rock gardens. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. But there’s one type of rock that I — and most other drivers, I imagine — hate with a deep, fiery passion:
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3-D printers have built houses, produced food, and generated all sorts of surprising objects. But they're not just for hobbyists and large-scale projects.; 3-D printers are capable of creating incredibly
Right now, there’s a war to make the thinnest smartphone in the world. Google is a part of that with Android and with its Nexus devices. But it’s also attacking the very idea of smartphones as we know
I Drove BMW's $150,000 Hybrid Sports Car 88 MPH Through The Streets Of Las Vegas, And I Can't Stop Thinking About It
One of the happiest moments of my life was when I sold my old Honda CR-V after moving to New York almost seven years ago. New York has a great public-transportation system as well as plenty of taxis and
Keyssa's "kiss connectivity" lets you send information back and forth by tapping one device against another, sort of like Near Field Communication. Keyssa's technology, however, is much faster. Essentially,
At CES this week, BMW showed off a couple near-future technologies that'll be available on cars in the next few years. The first doesn't really sound futuristic at all — it's just a generic Samsung tablet,
As CEO Elon Musk first announced yesterday, Tesla is detailing a new extended-range upgrade for its seminal Roadster — the Lotus-based two-door that preceded today's Model S sedan. It turns out that the
The Texas Central Railway Company plans to use private investment and Central Japan Railway bullet train technology to run a line between two of the largest U.S. cities. Company officials say service begin
NASA just emailed a wrench into orbit. (Photo Credit: NASA) The 3D printer aboard the International Space Station has moved up from printing faceplates to printing up the first tool manufactured in orbit.
Jaguar just unveiled a proposed new navigation system that's unlike anything we've ever seen. Most modern navigation systems instruct drivers using a series of arrows or at best a pictographic representation
It’s Tuesday night in a cosy cafe in Oxford, and I’m sitting in what I can only describe as a library of fun. Stacked, floor to ceiling, are endless boxes of games I’ve never heard of. “Things have evolved
And inside, instead of multiple dials and switches, a large touchscreen dominates the centre console. Established carmakers have tended to make modest electric vehicles, usually small ones to eke out range
PhotoMath does just that, utilizing your smartphone's camera to quickly solve math problems. PhotoMath only works with printed text, so unfortunately it won't be solving your scribbles anytime soon; you'll
From apps that makes budgeting beautiful to ones that let you know the exact minute it's going to rain, there's something for every lifestyle. We've collected the best of the best in this unique mix, we
But compared to the so-called "Hyperloop" concept that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk introduced last year, the bullet train might as well be from the age of steam propulsion. Three hours? Try 35 minutes.
I once watched Uri Geller bend a spoon. It was 1999 and I was working as a waiter in a pizza restaurant. The self-proclaimed psychic invited himself into the staff area after a meal, then confidently that
GoPro hoisted its high-end offering further into the age of high-definition video with the introduction of the Hero4, its latest line of participant-sports-oriented video cameras. The company also lowered
Samsung has introduced a new ad for its upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4, talking about how the company first introduced the Galaxy Note series in 2011 and popularized the "phablet" form factor while calling
North Korea has sentenced an American citizen to six years of hard labour for entering the country illegally and committing "hostile acts" against the secretive state. State media said Matthew Miller been
Each light consists of one million tiny independent beams This is perhaps the only optical illusion you would want to see while you're driving. A team of university engineers has created a vehicle headlight
Following an announcement back in December and some renders that popped up a few months back, today the USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced the next-generation USB “Type-C” connector is now ready for production.