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The pop star later claimed he was kidding—but he still inspired a lot of people with his, um, bravery.
Audi issued a voluntary recall of its E-Tron SUV; self-driving tech startup Aurora broke up with VW and joined up with Fiat Chrysler.
What happened before the Big Bang? And what happened before that? Stephen Hawking's answer—there was no beginning—is now the subject of intense debate.
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The simple, durable, and well-made fire pit helped me recalibrate my relationship to the outdoors.
All those fathers out there posting about #dadlife on social media are changing the face of fatherhood.
Plus: gamma rays, InSight’s claw, and the Milky Way’s chill black hole.
Voting machine security gets a boost, Have I Been Pwned is for sale, and more of the week's top security news.
Analogue's Mega SG is an easy way to play old Sega Genesis game cartridges on a modern TV, no-fuss and no-frills.
Officials want to extend the city's limit on the number of for-hire vehicles, and may consider a congestion charge.
The super smart supercar predicts what you'll do next—and helps you make it happen.
Soon, you'll be able to log into third-party apps using your Apple ID. The move has its fans, but also its critics.
Google's massive size allows it to invest in future technologies without worrying about 'short-term profits,' CEO Sundar Pichai said in an interview with CNN Business on Thursday.
Richard Dinan announced that the technology for nuclear fusion would soon be available in his rented warehouse on a business park on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, writes JANE FRYER.
Peter Rubin joins the show this week to tell us about the major announcements made at the videogame industry’s big conference.
The tool is able to detect edits to images, such as those that would go unnoticed to the naked eye, especially in doctored deepfake videos. What's more, it can also 'revert' them back to normal.
In a strangely public product announcement, the phone-cracking firm revealed a powerful new device.
A tandeom of security firms have confirmed that hackers behind harrowing attacks on critical infrastructure have been eyeing targets in the US power grid throughout the last several months.
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Elon Musk reveals new racing game built into Teslas that players can control with the steering wheel
At E3, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a slew of games set to arrive in cars, including one that lets players control a virtual vehicle using the actual steering wheel in the driver's seat.