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Peloton would allow vehicles to connect physically to one another and share battery power for more efficient travel.
The messaging app, which counts more than 1.3 billion users, is cutting down on the number of tabs, adding a "dark mode" and other seemingly modernizing features.
New research suggests the "rock comet" is weirder than previously thought.
4K movies on Google's platform now cost less, too
The chargers will be at service plazas, so you don't need to leave the turnpike to charge.
But not everyone is happy about it.
It'll definitely have an in-display fingerprint scanner -- and we know lots more.
It's been a turbulent year for the movie-ticket subscription service.
This is used to enforce a habit -- exercise, yoga, meditation, flossing, writing or even putting your phone away at dinner.
It won't magically unlock with your phone, but it could make parts of the rental process easier to handle.
The listing seems to confirm a slightly higher price and certain specs.
A complete list of everything on Apple’s increasingly deep bench of original programming.
We delve into the new phone's screen, camera and more.
An ancient Greek ship that could have starred in The Odyssey lurks on the seabed.
The simple fitness tracker gets new life as a security key.
Over the course of two years, you'll save $750, the full price of a second XR.
If you liked Braveheart, you might like Netflix's new historical epic.
The iPhone XR is the "cheap" 2018 iPhone, but when you see its specs side-by-side with iPhones from the last few years, it's pretty impressive.
The BioLite CampStove 2 cooks your food, boils your water and charges your phone.
It's going to a person who collects both, which sounds like quite the life.