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Buying a self-balancing scooter? You might want to think twice.
How General Motors is staying ahead of the cybersecurity curve -- without making itself a target.
Can Cadillac's upstart ATS-V really challenge BMW's legendary M3 and Mercedes-AMG's thunderous C63 for sport-sedan supremacy?
US Environmental Protection Agency will use random spot checks to expose technologies that may allow cars to skirt emissions standards.
In a noteworthy test of photo and video image quality, Apple's new iPhones bump aside Samsung, Sony and Nokia.
The market researcher says this poses a serious problem for businesses, where bring-your-own-device options are commonplace.
A chatbot pretending to be a 13-year-old boy recently passed the famous artificial intelligence test, its creators claim. But does Turing's test really tell us anything about AI?
The company also says the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus underwent rigorous testing to make sure they're up to its high standards and can withstand stress.
In cooperation with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and others, the free-software organization calls on the W3C to keep DRM out of Web standards.
This article, originally headlined "BlackBerry 10 deemed not secure enough by U.K.," previously reported the U.K.'s Computer Experts Security Group had determined that the new operating system did not meet its standards. At the time of its publication, the CESG was unavailable for comment, so the article relied on the reporting of The Guardian. We have since learned that report was inaccurate. We have received comment from the CESG that indicates BlackBerry 10 has not yet undergone required testing. We have included the group's statement in this update report but otherwise left the article in its original form for transparency.