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Old man yells at iCloud: J.D. Power study finds aging buyers don't trust autonomy

In a result that should shock approximately zero people, the younger buyers get, the more likely they are to trust self-driving cars and similar tech.

By April 29, 2016

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Violent, sexist games decrease empathy for real-life female victims, says study

A group of male high school students in Italy who played Grand Theft Auto as part of a study showed less sympathy for female victims of violence in photographs.

By April 13, 2016

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Touching a robot can be arousing, study says

Technically Incorrect: Researchers in California say we can be turned on by a robot. Is this the future of sex?

By April 5, 2016

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Apple (still) inspires most love from consumers, says study

Technically Incorrect: An extensive study of customer engagement shows that in phones, computers and tablets, Apple is the brand that enjoys the most emotional commitment.

By February 24, 2016

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Lexus, Porsche and Buick lead 2016 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

Technology hiccups with Bluetooth, voice recognition and navigation remain stumbling blocks

By February 24, 2016

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The standouts of the J.D. Power 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study (pictures)

Lexus and General Motors are big winners in J.D. Power 2016 Vehicle Dependability Study.

18 Images By February 24, 2016

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Extinct dodo birds weren't as dumb as you think, study says

Dodos may have a reputation as the dunces of the bird world, but new research suggests they weren't just a flock of lunkheads.

By February 24, 2016

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We're more disgusted by those we don't know, says study

Technically Incorrect: Researchers analyzing smell -- and how it inspires our reactions -- suggest that familiarity doesn't breed as much disgust as foreignness.

By February 22, 2016

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University of Michigan study weighs efficiencies of hydrogen and pure electric vehicles

For the time being, it appears that battery-electric vehicles confer the greatest benefits, but hydrogen is hot on the trail.

By February 3, 2016

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Cities with Super Bowl teams have higher flu death rates, study says

Football fans in Boulder and Charlotte going to Super Bowl parties this weekend might want to think twice before they double dip in the salsa.

By February 2, 2016