The German automaker is recalling an improperly manufactured ski accessory because it could fail dangerously in a crash.
Commentary: Steph Curry, famous for freakishly dropping 3's, dunks on NASA's moon landing -- and misses. We hope it was all just good-natured dribbling.
It's not easy being green, especially when your team looks like a highlighter dipped in nuclear waste.
Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee and other identify lots of problems, few solutions
If ever there was doubt that 2018 is the year of fear, it was confirmed by a panel discussion involving the two men that are credited with inventing the internet and the world wide web.…
Samsung's latest Note has even more to reveal.
The LG HomeBrew works with single-use capsules that can make up to a gallon of beer with the push of a button.
Uber Eats seems to be affected as well.
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We joined forces with iDaily to give away the three Marvel Avengers movies, an articulated Infinity Gauntlet and more. This sweepstakes ends Dec. 31, 2018.
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Political bias plays no role in his leadership, Sundar Pichai says in written testimony.
52.5 million accounts at risk, tens of people are worried
Google says it will be speeding up the dismantling of its Google+ social network following the discovery of a new security bug that affected 52.5 million users.…
Thanks to a budget impasse between Democrats in Congress and the White House, there may be more time to eke out a long-shot victory for net neutrality supporters.
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As more firms around the world refuse to take cash, does this mean the end for notes and coins?
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Google chief Sundar Pichai will answer questions from the House Judiciary Committee.
The new Jetta GLI will make its global debut in early February at the Chicago Auto Show.
There's a new Windows Insider build out today, and the biggest changes appear to be none other than Notepad, Windows' venerable barebones text editor.
Notepad already received a significant update in the recent October 2018 Update: Microsoft added support for files with Unix-style line endings. But the work hasn't stopped there. Oh no.
The new and improved Notepad now has better Unicode support, defaulting to saving files as UTF-8 without a Byte Order Mark; this is the standard way of encoding UTF-8 data, as it maximizes compatibility with software expecting ASCII text. The status bar will now show the encoding being used, too.
In November, California reportedly crossed the 500,000 threshold for electric vehicles sold in the state since 2010. Months of strong US sales in 2018, preceded by a strong 2017, are starting to show a trend: electric vehicles are selling well, especially in places where there are strong monetary and non-monetary incentives to buy them.
According to Veloz—a group of electric vehicle industry stakeholders that includes GM, Honda, Nissan, Pacific Gas & Electric, Uber, and Lyft, among others—electric vehicle sales in California hit a cumulative 512,717 since 2010.
"Overall, this year has seen exponential growth in electric car sales," Veloz wrote. "Electric cars accounted for 7.1 percent of California car sales in the first three quarters of the year, with fully electric, zero-emission car sales outpacing plug-in hybrid sales 4.1 percent to 3 percent respectively." Veloz's data tallies not just fully battery-electric vehicles but also plug-in hybrids as well as the much rarer fuel cell vehicles. The group gets its data (PDF) from the blogs InsideEVs and HybridCars.com as well as a market-research firm called Baum & Associates and estimates from the California Air Resources Board (CARB).