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The new G-Vectoring technology from Mazda promises to make its smooth steering even smoother. Too bad you probably won't consciously feel anything different.
The bike race's governing body says it will use a tablet, case, adapter and custom software to test the frame, wheels and components in under a minute.
The actor and former California governor revealed on Reddit that he had to gain body fat to play the title role in the 1982 fantasy film. Oh, and he explained his technique for biting a dead vulture.
Fans of Twitch's live-streaming gamers now can "cheer" them on in chat rooms with animated icons, ranging in cost from a couple of pennies to $140, in a new tipping system.
The subdivision of Google's parent company looks to revolutionize the transportation landscape.
The model of the USS Enterprise, in the Smithsonian's collection since 1974, is getting restored and given a more prominent spot in the National Air and Space Museum.
The tech giant is said to be building a handset without any phone manufacturing partners.
While the range extender doesn't appear to be coming to the US, Nissan's self-driving system most definitely will.
One of the most mysterious stars in the galaxy prompted astronomers to check for signals from an intelligent civilization, and now they've shared their findings.
Technically Incorrect: In an excoriation of Britain's decision to leave the EU, the HBO comedian cannot contain himself.
Thankfully, it's far less creepy than Tesla's own prototype.
George R.R. Martin made the house names, sigils and mottos matter to fans, and that's why seeing the Stark direwolf return thrilled hearts.
The tech giant is currently in talks with mobile operators to release its own non-Nexus device, according to reports.
Data provided by fitness tracker Jawbone shows Londoners in particular got less shut-eye as votes on whether the UK would leave the European Union were being counted.
A cafe menu full of "Ghostbusters" tribute food lets you bite into a frightening black-bunned burger and follow it up with a bleeding marshmallow sandwich.
Debuting this October, the Ground Tourer concept is a cleverly named car that sticks to Mitsu's current business direction, which is to say, "things that aren't necessarily exciting."
Google wants to use the new open-source tech to help children as young as five learn computational thinking skills.
Drivers can now play Pandora through the ride-hailing company's driver app, ahead of a plan to roll out Pandora for riders in Uber cars too.
Prominent Brexiters have been backtracking on key promises made during the referendum. Now the campaign's homepage has erased links to those claims.
The photos seemingly provide more backing for rumors that have been floating about the past few months about the next iPhone.