Audi’s new RS5 is a potent performer, but perhaps a bit too buttoned up for its own good.
The Dutch fire brigade is called to help deal with a "fuming" Apple device.
Ex-Cisco CEO-chaired lobby leading the charge
America's major tech companies are pushing back against India's proposed data protection laws, with a lobby group led by ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers emerging as the protest organiser.…
While news sites cut cookies by 22% – but Google retains omnipresence
IT consultants, software firms and campaigners spent months touting 25 May 2018 as the dawning of a new era – for better or worse, depending on who was selling the snake oil – but research published this month indicates minor changes in reality.…
Cyber-attacks on US political groups are stopped after Microsoft grabs key net domains, the company says.
Hackers linked to Russian military spoofed domains belonging to two US conservative groups.
ICANN appeals its appeal and tells German courts yet again that they're wrong
The organization that oversees the internet's naming and numbering systems is continuing its embarrassing European legal campaign, insisting for a third time that the German courts have got it wrong.…
Update: Steam.tv is back, after its test server was mistakenly made public last Friday.
Don't you know the poem? Water, water everywhere, so life just might exist!
CD Projekt Red is promising an update on Cyberpunk 2077 at Gamescom... could we finally see some gameplay?
Honda’s refreshed three-row SUV is a delicious mix of tech, convenience and refinement the entire family will enjoy.
There's also a list of the best used cars, in case your budget (or principles) can't support a new car for a teen.
Heat up some chimichangas -- Deadpool 2 is out now.
"In-body GPS" developed by researchers at MIT, can track implants with an accuracy of 1.4 centimeters.
The singer and satirist stars in a new comedy film made just for Positron's Voyager VR chair.
You now have another way to buy 5 gallons of soy sauce.
The investor says the bank mishandled money, making it look like he'd embezzled funds and inflicting $100 million in damage to the firm.
Apple plans to release a new replacement for the MacBook Air (and possibly the current MacBook) with a Retina display later this year, according to a report in Bloomberg. More surprising: the report also claims an updated Mac mini is right around the corner.
The report comes from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who has built a reputation recently on breaking news of major Apple initiatives and products before they are announced. As always, his report cites "people familiar with" Apple's plans.
The new Mac mini would be geared more toward pro users than its predecessor, the report says, with more powerful specifications but steeper pricing. The previous Mac mini is something of a cult hit with independent software developers; this report suggests Apple will double down on that. That would move the Mac mini further away from one of its original purposes—cheap consumer home theater PC—likely because that product category has been replaced by devices like the Apple TV or various Roku dongles and boxes, among other things.
Definitive evidence that our moon, both cold and dark, has water ice at both of its poles.