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Volkswagen rolls out conduct plan amid growing legal trouble

The five-part plan places the customer atop the group's priority list, followed by uncovering those responsible for its diesel emissions scandal and decentralizing the company's management structure.

By October 29, 2015


Batband may be the goofiest bone-conduction headphones ever

Do you want to strap a large Bluetooth band to your cranium? Yes? Then check out the Batband headphones on Kickstarter.

By September 11, 2015


Real or rendered? Honda conducts virtual crash tests

At Nvidia's GTC developer conference in San Jose, Honda's Technical Leader for crash safety Eric DeHoff showed how the company uses photo-realistic rendered models for crash-testing cars.

By March 18, 2015


I let a bone-conduction pillow sing me to sleep

Queue up a personal lullaby with the DreamPad pillow, a sleep buddy that only you can hear. Crave's Amanda Kooser rests her head.

By November 25, 2014


NASA tries to rattle people in its sonic-boom room

The space agency wants to bring back supersonic jet travel over land. The first step? Finding out how much boom people on the ground can handle.

By November 24, 2015


Better than air guitar! Now you can conduct the music on your phone

A new app called BrainWave claims to be the first to allow you to control your Spotify and Pandora music with hand gestures. You've always wanted that, right?

By October 9, 2014


EPA now testing every new diesel on the road

The agency wants to make sure cheaters can't rely on the same tactics that kicked off Volkswagen's scandal.

By November 9, 2015


Konami discussing plans for new Metal Gear Solid, Kojima's involvement not addressed, reports say

Employee reveals discussions about a new game have begun.

By November 3, 2015


No more 'MythBusters'; show will say goodbye in 2016

After 248 episodes, hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman will bid farewell to the popular-science Discovery Channel series next year.

By October 21, 2015


How Facebook conducts experiments on your emotions

Some 689,003 lucky Facebook users were unwittingly part of an experiment in which their news feed was altered to make it more or less positive. Was this ethical?

By June 29, 2014