You'd think that would be a make-or-break part of the test drive, before it ever left the lot.
A Santa Clara County Sheriff's spokeswoman says the cause is being ruled suicide.
This airbag recall has nothing to do with the Takata recall, but it's no less troublesome.
The Defense Department is taking its battle with Islamic State terrorists online, the New York Times reports.
You might want to take that sucker off between trips to the Catskills.
The first round of leaked documents brought the murky financial practices of the world's elite to light. Now the "largest ever" release of secret corporate information will be searchable.
Money from streaming services gave the record industry a massive boost in 2015, though we're still not spending as much as we did on music in the old days.
The Dyson Supersonic reinvents the humble hairdryer -- but costs just shy of £300. We debate its merits, plus all the week's biggest tech news and our thoughts on the new Marvel movie.
Apple's earning were down across the board, but do they have anything that can turn things around? Plus, get lunch with Tim Cook...for over $200k.
The studio that brought you Shrek and the Madagascar penguins is poised to become part of NBCUniversal.