Today, we investigate the pros and cons of self-driving cars, uncover some of the most intriguing devices from Computex 2014, celebrate Tetris' 30th birthday and learn about the world's largest video game collection. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

What you need to know about self-driving cars

Self-driving cars have the potential to make our roadways safer and more efficient, but what does a world full of AI-controlled vehicles really look like? Read on as our own Sean Cooper explains the reality of life with autonomous cars.

Baby steps toward better wearables at Computex 2014

Between the multitude of knock-off, e-ink and prototype devices at Computex 2014, it's obvious the evolution of wearables is just beginning. Read on as our own Sarah Silbert investigates such gadgetry from this year's conference.

Cable companies are reportedly funding fake consumer groups to attack net neutrality

It's no secret that cable companies could benefit from prioritizing web traffic, but they may be using nefarious means in an attempt to squash the open internet. Vice is reporting that several providers are funding fake consumer groups to battle net neutrality.

The world's largest video game collection just went up for auction

What you're looking at is just a glimpse of the world's largest video game collection, which includes (brace yourself) over 11,000 titles. The best part? It's currently up for auction.