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The Department of Transportation accelerates on the road to autonomy with a proposal to require vehicle to vehicle to vehicle communications in future cars.
05.04.2016 Future Toyota cars could scan your face (CNET Update show notes) - CNET
The automaker is working with Microsoft to develop technology for tomorrow's cars, including a system that opens a door when it recognizes the owner. Also, Siri takes a swing at baseball stats, and there's trouble with some deliveries of virtual-reality headsets.
12.04.2016 If this crazy hoverboard is real, then the future is now - CNET
The Flyboard Air from Zapata Racing takes the hoverboard concept to new heights with what looks like a compact, powerful one-person hovering machine.
17.05.2016 Battlefield 4 Final Stand DLC will soon be free, report says - CNET
The DLC comes with four maps and new near-future weapons and gadgets.
03.10.2016 Бирюльки №401. Платежные системы в России, оплата отпечатком пальца
Apple/Samsung Pay, оплата отпечатком без карты; грустный "Игромир"; взрывающиеся стиралки; Парижский автосалон; фиаско VW; Mercedes EQ; мелкие проблемы iPhone 7; полезные утилиты iOS/Canon; хохлома и гжель…
16.01.2018 Meet Jarvis, BlackBerry's self-driving car security software - Roadshow
Never mind the Iron Man jokes, BlackBerry has created a new digital watchdog for our self-driving future.
20.10.2015 Lego 'Back to the Future' parody has tons of geeky cameos
A fan-made Lego "Brick to the Future" short takes Marty McFly and Doc Brown to a futuristic version of the year 2015. Scooby-Doo, Doctor Who and many other geeky characters and items make cameos.
10.08.2013 Meta's Meron Gribetz and the rise of the natural machine
Meta CEO Meron Gribetz demonstrates the company's bulky first generation "natural machine" glasses. (Credit: Meta) In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built the first Apple computers in Jobs' parents modest ranch house in Los Altos, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley. Nearly 40 years later, in a Los Altos mansion on a hilltop with a view of what Silicon Valley has become, Meron Gribetz is leading a startup that he contends could be the next Apple, Inc. The startup, Meta, is developing so-called "augmented reality" glasses that combine the power of a laptop and smartphone...
17.08.2013 Cat-nabbed! Feline DNA helps catch killer
He's going to get you. (Credit: compilarizTVi/YouTube Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) A dog might be a man's best friend. A cat, not so much. It's not merely that cats can be mercilessly self-centered beings. It's that their hair might help convict you, should you be accused of a heinous crime. In what's said to be the first ever case of cat hair helping to catch a U.K. killer, scientists in Britain worked using a cat DNA database to identify cat hair found on a corpse. As the Associated Press reports, the dismembered torso of David Guy was found stuffed in bag on a beach in July ...
07.09.2013 NASA probe takes off to solve moon dust mystery
NASA's LADEE lunar probe takes off from Virginia aboard a Minotaur V rocket. (Credit: Screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET) There's a bizarre glow on the moon and scientists have launched a probe to figure out what it is. A Minotaur V rocket roared into the skies above Virginia late Friday carrying the super sleuth robot, NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE), which will examine the moon's infinitesimal atmosphere and dust. The $280 million mission began with a textbook launch, visible to millions along the East Coast, as the probe was carried aloft at 11:27 PM EDT f...