Google co-founder Sergey Brin is secretly building his own giant airship inside a NASA hangar, Bloomberg reports today.
Delta is partnering with Blade, a company billed as the “Uber for helicopters,” to give passengers of the elite on-demand transportation service a better way to travel to New York’s John F.
“Uber unveils plan to demo flying cars by 2020,” the CNN headline blares. “No longer a dream: Silicon Valley takes on the flying car,” the New York Times says.
Today, Palantir settled a lawsuit brought by the Department of Labor last year alleging a pattern of discrimination against Asian-American job candidates.
Day One is an iOS / macOS app that allows users to create enhanced journals. Your entries can include your writing, the weather that day, photos from your iPhone or iPad, and your step count.
Reddit is making some big changes to the way individual communities can customize their look, and it has some users worried that subreddits are going to get a lot less interesting.
I wake up every morning and I ask myself: "Will this be the day that a Japanese telecom builds a drone that works as a floating spherical LED display?
Inside what look like oversized ziplock bags strewn with tubes of blood and fluid, eight fetal lambs continued to develop — much like they would have inside their mothers.
Google is testing a major leap in quality when casting a tab with video content from a Chrome desktop browser to your Chromecast.
Today, Perri Chase, a founder of Unroll.me who is no longer affiliated with the company, published a Medium post defending her co-founder and current CEO of the company, Jojo Hedaya after their company was found to be selling user data to Uber.
A new trailer for the upcoming Sonic Forces was released today, and it looks tentatively good. I use the word “tentatively” here, because if there's anything Sonic fans know, it's the feeling of disappointment that comes when promising games turn out to be stuffed with random features nobody asked for.
I've heard a lot about graphene and carbon nanotubes, but today was my first visit to the "molybdenum disulfide" Wikipedia entry.
Here’s some cool news for fans of DC Comics, as well as fans of the gradual splintering of the television experience: DC Entertainment will launch an unnamed “digital streaming service” next year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
AT&T made waves today when it announced plans to launch a “5G Evolution” network in over 20 cities by the end of this year.
Like the full-motion video game genre, Night Trap has been largely forgotten in the 25 years following its release.
Yesterday, Verizon announced a new gigabit internet plan that the company said would cost just $70 a month, which would have been an aggressively low price for that kind of speed.
Back in January DJI acquired a majority stake in the iconic Swedish camera maker, Hasselblad. The two companies had worked together on some product integrations, and today they pushed the partnership further, releasing what they are calling “the first 100-megapixel integrated drone imaging platform.” The setup combines an M600 drone, a Ronin MX gimbal, and a H6D-100c camera.
Star Wars: Episode IX is coming sooner than we expected: Disney just moved the release date for the film up to May 24th, 2019, io9 reports.
YouTube Kids is something of a godsend for parents. It’s a curated version of the video streaming app that focuses strictly on content that’s appropriate for young viewers.
A new species of ant discovered in the Venezuelan Amazon has been named after Radiohead, Phys.org reports.