Hot car solution: Tesla's 8.0 software update included the much-anticipated autopilot and advanced media systems. But there's another safety feature: a cabin temperature regulatory system.
The company says the selfies will make Uber travel more secure, but critics believe real safety calls for greater use of traditional security methods, such as fingerprinting and background checks.
The Massachusetts drone test represents one of the first forays into how drones could be used to quickly deliver emergency supplies to rural and hard-to-reach areas.
Major changes to LinkedIn's look and features shows a shift away from a focus on professional networking to include more tools for career advancement and industry news.
Yahoo recommends that users change their passwords – almost two years after 500 million users had them compromised.
Drones, once thought of as military weapons, have taken on many uses on their ascent to widespread popularity – now, as educational toys.
A California lower court decision could allow business to legally remove negative reviews of their services from review sites, internet advocates say.
The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission is about to come to a dramatic end. It has spent years successfully gathering data on 67P, a comet 317 million miles away from Earth that scientists hope may contain clues on the creation of the universe. This week it will be set on a collision course with the comet to end the missionContinue reading...
To cap its 12-year scientific voyage, the Rosetta spacecraft will take a final plunge Friday. Scientists will signal Rosetta to crash into the surface of a comet — and gather data all the way down.
Excavations have begun at the Western Australian Museums Perth site to uncover the remains of the state's early 20th Century buildings. Expert archaeologists have teamed up with third year archaeology students from the University of Western Australia in a partnership with the museum.
Experts examine whether virus can be passed on in sweat or tears after man appears to catch Zika at father’s bedside
Experts are investigating the possibility that the Zika virus can be passed on in sweat or tears, after the infection of a 38-year-old man in the US who appears to have caught the virus at his father’s hospital bedside.Continue reading...