Daimler may have used software to cheat on US emissions tests

Daimler has been under suspicion of cheating on US emissions tests for quite a while now -- in 2016, a number of customers even sued the automaker, claiming their cars had sneaky software made to trick testers similar to Volkswagen's. Now, according...

today, 0:36
SpaceX delays its satellite internet launch to February 21st SpaceX delays its satellite internet launch to February 21st

Sorry, folks, you'll have to wait a while longer before SpaceX's satellite internet launch takes place. With hours to go, SpaceX has delayed the liftoff from its February 17th target to 9:17AM Eastern on February 21st. According to the company, the...

today, 2:08
Why Microsoft should scrap Bing and call it Microsoft Search - CNET Why Microsoft should scrap Bing and call it Microsoft Search     - CNET

Commentary: Recently, Microsoft began to feature its own name on Bing Translator. Perhaps it's time for the Bing brand to be retired.

yesterday, 18:00
Ford GT sale puts John Cena in a legal cage match - Roadshow Ford GT sale puts John Cena in a legal cage match     - Roadshow

It's now up to the courts to decide whether wrestling star John Cena can sell his new Ford GT supercar for a healthy profit.

yesterday, 18:00
Dodge Demon hits 203 mph in about a minute - Roadshow Dodge Demon hits 203 mph in about a minute     - Roadshow

You'll need to do a couple things to make your own Demon capable of that speed, though.

yesterday, 18:00
Electronic skin can display a heartbeat on your hand Electronic skin can display a heartbeat on your hand

Electronic skins might not only detect health troubles in the near future, but display them for the world to see. University of Tokyo researchers have developed an e-skin that can measure vital signs like your heartbeat and display them in real time...

yesterday, 10:50
Device provides years of power through temperature swings Device provides years of power through temperature swings

Eventually, you might not need a battery or a conspicuous external power source to keep a device running for years on end. A team at MIT has created a device that produces energy by exploiting the temperature swings that occur between day and night....

yesterday, 13:58
After Math: Market fluctuations

It's been a volatile week for us all, what with the stock market's unpredictable undulations, the US Senate's DACA drama, the Olympics hacking and whatever other craziness that's sure to happen between the time I file this post and Sunday morning. It...

yesterday, 17:00
Mattel's 'Jurassic World' dino-bots are surprisingly realistic

Mattel's last Kamigami STEM robot was an adorable DIY lady bug. Now, the toy company is aiming for something bigger with its new Jurassic World bots. You'll still have to put them together first, but what you end up with is a complex robo-dino with r...

yesterday, 16:00
Netflix deal provides a much-needed boost in the Middle East

Despite what it seems, Netflix isn't a dominant force everywhere on the planet. In fact, it's struggling in the Middle East and northern Africa -- Netflix and Amazon combined represent 21 percent of the local subscription video space. The company is...

yesterday, 20:02