Electric cars aren't just for regular ol' roads.
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A major botnet, an Equifax indictment, and more of the week's top security news.
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Short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, Steve was first spotted by a citizen scientist, and he sure is pretty.
Developments for our future overlords
Roundup Welcome to this week's AI roundup. We have news on a machine learning model used by Google to make music that doesn't sound completely bad, improved translation between English and Chinese from Microsoft, and a new test bed for Waymo's self-driving trucks.…
It's the week in security
Roundup The lingering fallout of security flaws in AMD processor chipsets has dominated the news this week, and it ain't over yet.…
Have you ever wondered how athletes cope when their prosthetic limbs or wheelchairs break?
The crash on Sunday that drowned five people could have been averted with rules that prevent open door flights with non-quick-release harnesses.
The "quick build" process used to put up the span that fell and killed six people is actually quite common—and has been around for decades.
Are the fine motor skills necessary to hold a pencil still needed in an age when toddlers swipe?
The next version of Boeing's popular 737 aircraft has the longest range of any MAX plane.
Come for the nose job, stay for the... denials of any wrongdoing
A Los Angeles plastic surgeon has been accused of watching porn videos on a screen while performing surgery.…
Adrian Lamo, the former hacker who reported Chelsea Manning to US authorities for leaking hundreds of thousands of classified State Department records, has died at the age of 37, according to a family Facebook post and a report from ZDNet, which cited two of Lamo's family members and a county coroner.
"With great sadness and a broken heart I have to let know all of Adrian's friends and acquittances that he is dead," his father, Mario Lamo, wrote in a Facebook post. "A bright mind and compassionate soul is gone, he was my beloved son."
It's not yet known how Lamo died.
Facebook's upcoming $199 cordless headset reportedly won't arrive for a couple more months.
Biz left with fewer reps after limit on sales, marketing spend
Rimini Street, the third-party support thorn in Oracle's side, has reported increased revenue and operating profit in 2017 – but complained unspecified covenants have prevented it from investing in sales staff or marketing.…
Paul Jacobs may launch a bid to take over Qualcomm, which his father co-founded.
With the growth of faux burger companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, the US Cattlemen's Association asks the government to officially define "meat" and "beef."