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Fallout 4 cheats - God Mode, giant Deathclaws & more

Do you want a humongous dogmeat? How about super speed and jumping powers? Or do you just want to spawn Deathclaws everywhere you go? Watch this video to find out how to do all this and more in Fallout 4.

By November 18, 2015


VW acknowledges cheating software taints Europe too

The automaker cops to installing a program that undercounts emissions in some Audi and Porsche models sold across Europe, the company's biggest market.

By November 6, 2015


Volkswagen, Audi accused of using software to cheat US diesel emissions tests

In an open letter to the automaker and an official release, the EPA claims that VW's diesels aren't as clean as you'd think.

By September 18, 2015


Angry woman drowns cheating boyfriend's Apple gadgets in bath

Technically Incorrect: A Japanese woman is so unhappy that her boyfriend cheated that she hits him where it hurts.

By April 22, 2015


Your ultimate 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 cheat sheet

With Season 5 of "Game of Thrones" starting Sunday, we've created a GIF-filled refresher course on who did what to whom, where and sometimes why. Plus, photo clues and a video recap.

By April 8, 2015


The Sims 4 cheat codes

The Sims is one of the few games that still openly permits the use of cheat codes. Here are the codes for the newly launched The Sims 4.

By September 7, 2014


Nation shows how to fight exam cheating -- shut off the Web

Uzbekistan only wants the best of the best to succeed. So it finds a simple way to achieve it: shut off the technology during university entrance exams.

By August 5, 2014


Electric boost puts e-bikes on the fast track

From CNET Magazine: Purists might scoff, but batteries and motors can help casual riders get more out of the great outdoors.

By October 15, 2015


DSL subscribers more likely to get cheated on broadband, says FCC

Most broadband customers get the speeds ISPs advertise -- but some don't, and they're likely to be DSL users, says an FCC report.

By June 18, 2014


Hormones may be partners in crime for unethical behavior

A new study claims that naughty behavior like fraud, cheating and lying could be predicted and reinforced by a rise in hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.

By July 29, 2015