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App users in emerging markets get break as Google tweaks pricing

The move addresses currency issues and will lower app costs for people in developing regions who use Android phones.

By 19 November 2015


Smarter Driver: Will automatic emergency braking go mainstream?

Brian Cooley explores why automatic braking could be the next standard feature in cars.​

By 3 November 2015


Videos of Tesla's Autopilot software freaking out are already appearing on YouTube

Because nobody understands "keep your hands on the wheel," quirks in Tesla's Autopilot update are starting to surface on the internet.

By 20 October 2015


Chilling atomic explosions emerge in rare HD video

A fascinating chapter in American atomic history comes alive with the availability of a rare video showing bomb tests.

By 3 October 2015

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HTC Emergency Charger

If you're away from an outlet and need juice for your smartphone, the HTC Emergency Charger can help.

By 26 February 2009

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Popping champagne cork causes emergency landing of jet

Technically Incorrect: A member of the cabin crew opens a champagne bottle. The cork flies into the plane's ceiling. The oxygen masks drop. Oh, woe.

By 30 August 2015


Force is strong today: Disneyland to get huge 'Star Wars' expansion, details of films emerge

The Disney fan expo D23 yields big news for the Jedi-addicted: Disneyland and Disney World are both getting 14-acre "lands" based on the "Star Wars" film franchise. Also: Details of upcoming flicks are revealed.

By 16 August 2015


Microsoft rushes emergency security fix for Windows

The software maker patches a security hole that lets hackers take control of any Windows machine, including ones running Windows 10.

By 21 July 2015


Nudgemail emerges from beta with a surprise: It's free

Nudgemail has been saying for the past several years that it would charge for a premium version, but the company has decided against it.

By 5 June 2015


The $169 Endless computer is designed for emerging markets

This startup wants to put a desktop computer in the homes of two billion people who can't afford normal PCs. Here's how they are going to do it.

By 4 June 2015