The Metropolitan police is to start using live facial recognition (LFR) cameras linked to powerful computers on London’s streets despite scepticism from experts over how efficient the system is and widespread
In the direct-to-consumer startup world, many founders’ origin stories sound like this: “I was buying this product and I got poor service and the product was flawed. I thought I could do it all better
Toyota has a history of creating misleading electric-vehicle advertising, especially with its “self-charging hybrid” ad campaign. Norway has now banned the campaign, deeming it a lie. The Japanese automaker
As Electrek reported, Cruise yesterday unveiled its van-like, self-driving, all-electric vehicle. For the past four years, Cruise (a GM subsidiary) has been repurposing Chevy Bolts — including its four-generation
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Tesla Cybertruck could be “incredibly cheap” to bring to production, thanks to its novel body technology, according to a manufacturing expert. Sandy Munro is a manufacturing expert who rose to fame in
It was easy to be optimistic about John Carter, Disney’s grand 2012 movie adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Martian novels. Despite a troubled gestation, it had a lauded director (Andrew Stanton of Nemo),
Google this week announced that the company will take steps to eventually eliminate third-party cookies, routinely used by data brokers to closely track and profit from your browsing behavior. But experts
The recent rally may be the final tipping point for the mother of all short squeezes S3 Partners, analysts One of the options on a fully loaded Tesla is “ludicrous mode”, a setting offering a 0-60mph time
Note: this story has been rewritten because a previous version contained substantially incorrect analysis. Please see the correction note below. We regret the error. Since 2009, the European Commission
Boeing is dealing with another 737 Max software flaw that could prevent the troubled aircraft from returning to the skies, but this time it's not a safety issue. The company has confirmed that it's fixing
As much as airframers Airbus and Boeing chase large volume aircraft deals, they also have a special interest in loyal airlines buying only from one manufacturer. Such had been China’s Xiamen Airlines.
IONITY, a European EV charging network owned by BMW, Daimler, Ford, Hyundai, Kia, and VW Group (with Audi and Porsche) has announced that prices will be going up over 500% starting January 31 as they to
It looks like Tesla Model 3 might be seriously disrupting the luxury sedan market in the US, based on the sales data in the segment, and Model Y could do the same to the even bigger compact SUV segment.
Bose plans to close its entire retail store footprint in North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia. The company announced the decision earlier today and pointed to the fact that its headphones, speakers,