Why aren't Chromebooks a priority at Google?
Google remains committed to the platform, but things have been awfully quiet lately.
What? There's a new 'Parappa' game?
Funded by Mark Zuckerberg and Sergiy Brin, the $3 million individual prizes are the richest in science.
You no longer need a PS4 to play the boss-battles-only game in your living room.
The dystopic wilderness game comes from veterans of 'BioShock,' 'Halo' and 'Guitar Hero.'
There hasn't been new single-player material in the franchise since 2002.
More evidence that Marvel's online-only shows have a big audience.
Electrical jolts can recall short-term
This early test of VSS Unity was an important step.
The predictive code will find targets for immunotherapy treatments.
It's no consolation for drone buyers, but it's good news for action camera fans.
A search for 'Road Rash,' among other things.
It's all very professional.
In other news, nuclear waste can apparently be converted into diamond batteries.
We'd say buy one, except it's sold out everywhere.
Just don't expect to see sweet replays during games.
General James Mattis pushed for the medical tech despite its many issues.
A leaked Home Hub feature would let a shared computer stand in for smart speakers.
It's designed for video production and medical uses, though -- not playing 'Overwatch.'
A letter to the NHTSA shows its interest in testing autonomous car technology.
It'll have a range up to 1,200 miles when it hits the road in 2020.
Your next EV won’t need a clutch.
You can now configure a Bolt online for between $29,995 and $37,450 after tax credits.
That battery life, though.
The endurance here is more than enough to make up for middle-of-the-road performance.
But it's also a reminder of why they're not for everyone.