The portable, black-and-white, crank-controlled Playdate microconsole is decidedly not going to provide much competition for the kinds of gaming experiences you can get on a full-fledged console — and that's why it might succeed where other microconsoles have failed.
Radios that sell for $600 can spoof signals planes use to find runways.
AT&T also cut capital spending despite promising $1 billion capital boost.
The screen occupies both halves of the laptop's interior space, including where the keyboard would normally go, and the machine can be folded open to turn it into a flat 13-inch screen that you'd frankly never guess could fold.
The company is preparing an innovative "plug-and-charge" feature that, if implemented by auto OEMs, will bring the same simplicity of charging to other vehicles as is currently enjoyed by Tesla drivers.
Drivers left bikes less room in the presence of parked cars and painted bike lanes.
The meteoroid strike left a brief flash, lasting just 0.28 seconds.
An old software joke explains Elon Musk's implausible autonomy timeline.
On Monday, German prosecutors filed a criminal indictment against former Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn for participating in the fraud that led to the diesel-emissions scandal that rocked the company in 2015.
The front camera is also the back camera. Hopefully it's durable.
Partially thanks to Jack White — perhaps its biggest cheerleader — the 3-inch returns for Record Store Day, 2019.
"Ethical hackers" tried to disclose problems to a casino software company — it got messy.
Although it is in some regards one of the most modern Windows applications — it's an early adopter of Fluent Design and has been used to showcase a number of design elements — core parts of Windows Calculator's codebase date all the way back to 1995.
The patent bargain is utterly broken. The people who work within the patent system realize it. That's why no one raised red flags when Theranos received hundreds of patents without telling the scientific community how its machines actually worked.
Twice a Martian day, at around local 7am and 7pm, there are hiccups in what otherwise should be a smooth rise and fall in surface pressures.
What started as a programming error is now a fascinating part of fan culture.
Larry Page drew the wrong lesson from Xerox bungling the PC revolution.
It roved a staggering 28 miles across the red planet.
"For high performance computing, you just can't do it with air."
What New York's racing scene means for the resurgent hobby industry.