We have recalls galore, the latest rumors on the supposed Apple Car and a new BMW update that'll make it easier than ever to record your track day antics.
A recall by the Consumer Product Safety Commission targets devices sold by 10 different companies.
Investigators are trying to determine what lead to the death of actor Anton Yelchin, who played Chekov in the new Star Trek movies. His 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which rolled down a driveway and pinned him, was part of an April recall by Fiat Chrysler over a gearshift issue that might confuse drivers into thinking the car was in park when it was actually in neutral.
Discovered in the initial beta of Apple's iOS 10 software, the app's new feature will be able to pinpoint your vehicle's location so you're left not stumbling around the parking lot.
Honda recalls 40K Civics for misassembled engines, cordless charging comes to Teslas, and Audi's newest crossover is also its smallest.
The AC wall plug adapter in question, for use with Macs, phones and tablets, was sold by Apple for a period of 12 years.
Making music just got easier on the iPhone. Meanwhile, Microsoft is replacing a Surface Pro accessory free of charge.
Self-balancing scooters are in demand this season, but many are found to ship with poor-quality charging equipment that doesn't meet UK or EU safety standards.
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The company is trying to reimagine itself as a nerve center for music video culture, overhauling its app (again) to give its identity more edge.