Give 'em bigger tanks and stronger brews as anything is better than them going back to traditional cigarettes.
If true the brand will survive, but someone else will make the phones.
Here's the Letter 1,400 Google Workers Sent Leadership in Protest of Censored Search Engine for China
"We urgently need more transparency, a seat at the table, and a commitment to clear and open processes: Google employees need to know what we’re building."
"Did you say: rotundas and interchanges?"
Sending twinkly, useless objects into orbit is apparently trendy now.
The modified Echo Dots will be able to answer university-specific questions about things like library hours, sports games, campus events, and office locations.
We may not be seeing those double suns again for a while.
There are some conditions, but it is 15 per cent off literally everything.
The world of Star Trek is so vast, spread across centuries and galaxies just laden with potential for new shows
Dear gadget makers: let us see those tiny chips and wires that facilitate the mystical abilities of your wares.
Though the way DMT and near-death experiences cause hallucinations is still unknown, future research on these may open doors to treating conditions like anxiety and depression.
New research furthers our understanding of how and when the practice of mummification was developed in ancient Egypt, including the agents used in the embalming process.
A teenager in Melbourne, Australia, is facing criminal charges after he reportedly hacked Apple’s secure computer network multiple times.
The decision to sidestep the most trusted way to download Android apps has opened up Fortnite fans to getting scammed or exploited.
It's a disturbing finding, given the rapidly increasing rate at which kids are interacting with socially intelligent machines.
Instead of having to raise an arm to tap the edge of the screen while reading in bed, a simple click of a wireless remote makes the attached contraption do all of that hard work.