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Lamborghini’s electric supercar won’t contain batteries; it will be one

Lamborghini and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) introduced the Terzo Millennio, an ultra-futuristic design study powered by …

Lamborghini

You can successfully hack a $2B cryptocurrency network with only $1.5M

Blockchains may be secure by design, but researchers continue to show that the same is not true for the thousands of motley cryptocurrencies based on the technology.<p>Husam Abboud, a cryptocurrency researcher at FECAP University in Brazil, has demonstrated that it would take as little as $1.5 million …

Cryptocurrency

The End Of Stimulus? (And The Start Of The Crash?)

Back in January of 2016 we saw what appeared to be, and in my opinion should have been, the end of the Everything Bubble blown by the word's central …

Stock Markets

GitHub gives us a glimpse into the collaborative future of work

Today, 10 years after its public launch, GitHub sits at the center of all developer workflows. But reflecting on this first decade in business, it’s not unrealistic to think that it’ll be at the center of <i>all</i> workflows in the years to come. In fact, because of GitHub’s roots in the developer …

Software Development

Non-Technical Person’s Guide To Entering The Machine Learning Industry

As the buzz around data science grows every day, there is a slew of self-taught professionals who have kick-started the machine learning journey with …

Machine Learning

The Most Important Retirement Chart You'll Ever See

Want to amass $1 million -- or more -- for your retirement? This very cool chart shows how you can do it.<p>For most of us, retirement will be only as …

Retirement

Browsing porn in incognito mode isn't nearly as private as you think

When you use incognito mode, it doesn’t mean that your activity disappears forever – it’s just hidden on the incriminating device<p>Ctrl-shift-N: the wondrous keyboard shortcut to start an incognito tab in Google Chrome. You hesitantly type in your odious search, and find the porn site which in that …

Privacy

Trump Falsely Says Times Made Up Source in Report on Korea Summit Meeting

WASHINGTON — President Trump falsely accused The New York Times on Saturday of making up a source in an article about North Korea, even though the source was in fact a senior White House official speaking to a large group of reporters in the White House briefing room.<p>The president was referring to …

Donald Trump

A Trio of Vintage Marantz Audio Treasures Still Coveted by Collectors

The stuff of audiophile legend, the vacuum tube gear Marantz made during the Golden Age of Stereo holds its own to this day.<p>The year 1948 was a …

Audiophile

Chris Christie blocks release of his office’s emails with Jared Kushner’s company

The former Trump transition chief and New Jersey governor is blocking the request for copies of correspondence with Kushner’s real estate company.<p><i>MapLight is a nonprofit organization that reveals the influence of money in politics.</i><p>Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is blocking requests for …

New Jersey

How to Create Your Own Masterpiece on a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet

Given that it’s typically used to crunch numbers, it’s no surprise that some creatives might avoid <b>Microsoft Excel</b> at all costs. However, some are using the spreadsheet software as a drawing tool to make amazing <b>digital art</b>. Compared to expensive imaging software such as Photoshop, Excel (or Google …

Digital Art

What is Google Duplex?

No, it won't be able to call Mom and have a conversation on your behalf. Not yet, at least.<p>During Google's annual developer conference, the company previewed Google Duplex. The new technology has caused quite a stir since it was unveiled, making some feel creepy while others debate privacy …

Google Duplex

These three skill sets will ensure you’ll never be out of work

The greater adoption of artificial intelligence and automation will undoubtedly reshape the workforce and the skills people need to stay employed. And according to a report released by McKinsey Global Institute during the VivaTech conference in Paris today (May 24), there are three core skill …

Artificial Intelligence

Azealia Banks Flaunts Her Moves (and Nipples) For 'Anna Wintour'

We finally have a visual to accompany Azealia Banks' critically-acclaimed release, "Anna Wintour," and it's everything you might have hoped.<p>In jean shorts, driver gloves and a ripped t-shirt that leaves very little to the imagination, Banks vogues in an empty warehouse and parking lot to the …

Azealia Banks

How to get blockchains to talk to each other - MIT Technology Review

Blockchain boosters love to compare the technology to the early days of the internet. Blockchains, it’s often said, will open the door to a new …

Blockchain

The 14 most ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ lines from Donald Trump's 'Fox & Friends' interview

<b>(CNN) —</b> President Donald Trump sat down with "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade in Long Island on Wednesday afternoon, an interview the network aired Thursday morning.<p>It wasn't hard-hitting (you didn't expect it to be unless you have lived on another planet for the last decade straight) but it</i> …

Donald Trump

David Attenborough's VR project 'Hold the World' is absolutely astonishing

You don't get many people who've been at the forefront of innovation in media like Sir David Attenborough.<p>Having brought Britain colour television, …

Virtual Reality

Eleven Crazy One-Offs From Ferrari Special Projects

If you're an extremely well-off Ferrari customer, you can get an incredible bespoke car.<p>In 2008, Ferrari established Special Projects, a division of the company responsible for creating one-offs for its best, wealthiest customers. It's created a number of cars in the last decade, and a number of …

Ferrari

17 Science Fiction Books That Forever Changed The Genre

Speculative fiction is the literature of change and discovery. But every now and then, a book comes along that changes the rules of science fiction …

Science Fiction

What's Going On In Your Child's Brain When You Read Them A Story?

"I want The Three Bears!"<p>These days parents, caregivers and teachers have lots of options when it comes to fulfilling that request. You can read a picture book, put on a cartoon, play an audiobook, or even ask Alexa.<p>A newly published study gives some insight into what may be happening inside young …

The Brain

All this time, Trump was building an unconstitutional wall on Twitter

Here’s some good news for President Trump’s most vocal Twitter critics: A federal judge in New York has ruled that when Trump blocks Twitter users with opposing political viewpoints, it is a violation of the First Amendment—specifically, their right to free speech.<p>The original lawsuit, brought by …

Social Media

What Elon Musk and Donald Trump don’t get about journalism

An investigation into Tesla’s factory conditions sent the testy CEO into a Twitter rant that showcased a Trump-like misapprehension of how journalists work.<p>I’m going to be late to the bank to deposit a few checks from ExxonMobil and the Democratic National Committee before my evening champagne …

Donald Trump

Rapid advances in automation mean a lot of workers won’t have the right skills

What’s needed: More workers with technological skills and fewer manual laborers, says a new report from McKinsey.<p>A significant number of workers could be out of a job in the next few decades; they simply won’t have the necessary skills, thanks to advances in automation and AI. McKinsey Global …

Manufacturing

Goldman Sachs made a staggering $200 million in one day as markets plunged

Boom times have returned on Wall Street, at least for one trading desk.<p>Goldman Sachs made $200 million in profit on a single day this February as …

Markets

Ferrari SP38 is a stunning one-off built atop the 488 GTB

Ferrari said it took inspiration from the F40 when putting this car together.<p>If you have enough money, Ferrari will build whatever the hell you want (within reason). Its latest one-off blends both new and old with impressive results.<p>The Ferrari SP38 is the automaker's latest bespoke creation. Built …

Ferrari

Eighties Babies Are Officially the Brokest Generation, Federal Reserve Study Concludes

Right after the Great Recession, it was a little hard to tell who had it worse: Millennials or Gen X. On the one hand, those of us in our twenties …

Demographics

Missing climate goals could cost the world $20 trillion

There are trillions of reasons for the world to prevent temperatures from rising more than 1.5 ˚C, the aspirational target laid out in the Paris …

Climate Change

Google and Coursera launch a new machine learning specialization

Over the last few years, Google and Coursera have regularly teamed up to launch a number of online courses for developers and IT pros. Among those was the Machine Learning Crash course, which provides developers with an introduction to machine learning. Now, building on that, the two companies are …

Machine Learning

Sling TV has a secret weapon to win over cord-cutters–the humble TV antenna

AirTV brings free over-the-air channels into Sling TV’s streaming apps.<p>Dish Network’s Sling TV has always been one of the best streaming channel bundles for antenna users. While rivals like DirecTV Now and YouTube TV make customers pay for the same broadcast networks they can get over the air for …

Televisions

How open-source computing is making AI affordable

Open-source computing and the cloud have brought many previously unaffordable IT options to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The same is …

Artificial Intelligence