The tail of a dinosaur trapped in amber includes both feathers and identifiable bits of bone.
Fri 9 Dec 16 from ScienceNews
Donald Trump's presidential transition team pushed back Saturday against reports that Russia was caught trying to tip the November election to the Republican and challenged the veracity of U.S. ...
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The carriers, unlike Verizon Wireless, will release a software update December 27 to make Samsung's device unusable.
Fri 9 Dec 16 from CNET Cutting Edge
Apple announced the AirPods during September's "See You" event with a scheduled launch at the end of October. But late that month, the company delayed shipments without ...
Fri 9 Dec 16 from Engadget
Nintendo’s upcoming Super Mario Run for iOS devices seems pretty straightforward. It’s more or less a version of Super Mario except that it has been created with mobile devices in mind. However ...
Fri 9 Dec 16 from Ubergizmo
Companies can now test self-driving cars on Michigan public roads without a driver or steering wheel under new laws that could push the state to the forefront of autonomous vehicle development.
Fri 9 Dec 16 from Phys.org
Airlines could let passengers make in-flight phone calls using Wi-Fi under a proposal from federal regulators.
Fri 9 Dec 16 from Phys.org
After revealing its next console, the Switch, back in October, Nintendo went on to say we wouldn't be given any more details until January. Although we didn't really learn anything new, ...
Fri 9 Dec 16 from Gizmag
The company’s demonstrations may have been impressive, but they also involved smoke and mirrors.
Fri 9 Dec 16 from MIT Technology Review
Facebook has kept its promise to be more transparent after it discovered that its system has been embellishing video views and ad data. The social network has admitted to (and fixed) ...
3 hours ago from Engadget
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