Plugsurfing lets users use a single card on multiple European EV networks.
Warehouse crews in Spain, Germany and Poland are protesting over working conditions, pay and health benefits.
Normally $1,800, it's insanely powerful, but compact enough to transport to LAN parties. Plus: the Sphero R2-Q5 droid has never been cheaper!
A documentary says some pages are kept safe from deletion by "shielded review."
The program in Japan would've offered affordable cups of Kirin Beer's flagship beer.
Bezos & Co. in dog house after website outages Monday.
First they came for your cars. Now they're coming for your beers
Denmark-based brewing giant Carlsberg has reported good progress in its attempts to turn Microsoft's Azure AI into a robot beer sniffer.…
Hate waiting in lines? Unlock hidden games and special effects with a new app.
Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 audio deals: Sonos One, Bose headphone discounts, all Echo speakers on sale - CNET
Prime Day moves into its last hours with awesome deals on the Sonos One speaker, Audio-Technica and Bose headphones. And every Echo speaker is on sale, too.
Comic-Con can be amazing, but overwhelming. Here are some tips to make the most out of the geek extravaganza.
The gingers are coming to your iPhone.
Business accounts worth their weight in gold to scammers
Business email accounts remain a lucrative way for scammers to get into companies and turn a quick buck.…
Ever since 1994's Tempest 2000, British game developer Jeff Minter has been inextricably linked to Atari. Published by Atari for its Jaguar system, Tempest 2000 was easily among that notorious console's best, and it combined the spirit of the original Tempest with power-ups, psychedelic designs, and twitchy, controller-friendly action (no trackball required!).
But that Atari link has grown sour in recent years, with Minter publicly decrying the current "company" (which he chidingly calls "Infogrames," since that was the company's name before it bought Atari's rights) and paraphrasing their last legal threat in 2015 as follows: "Give us personal information about your finances or we will fuck you up." The row was over TxK, the spiritual successor to Tempest 2000 that his development house, Llamasoft, launched on the PlayStation Vita in 2014. The following year, his attempts to bring that new "tube shooter" game to other platforms were met with legal threats.
"Attack me? They should have hired me," Minter said to Ars in 2015. Someone among Atari's ranks must have been paying attention.
Former music giant hopes its program will help protect kids on campus.
The MDX adds a racy A-Spec appearance package for the first time.
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Wider wheels and adaptive dampers make the MDX Advance a little sportier.
Techies told to patch: ICO probes error that let pupils link to the wrong parents
Updated Capita has admitted a bug in an information management system used by 21,000 UK schools could have incorrectly linked contact details to the wrong pupils – an incident with huge implications for pupils' data protection.…
Carlsberg's AI can differentiate between pilsners and lagers. So can we!