Scientists at the University of Western Ontario have developed a 3D-printed stethoscope. The device costs just $3 to produce and takes less than three hours to print.
LAST year the idea took hold that Mark Zuckerberg might run for president in 2020 and seek to lead the world’s most powerful country. Today, Facebook’s founder is fighting to show that he is capable of leading the world’s eighth-biggest listed company.
EVERY day around 100 people are killed on America’s roads, including 16 pedestrians. Each death is a tragedy, but that of Elaine Herzberg, who died after being hit by a car in Tempe on the evening of March 18th, was a tragedy of a new kind.
THE POLICE HAVE released video showing the final moments before an Uber self-driving car struck and killed 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, who was crossing the street, on Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona.
FOLLOWING DAYS OF silence about the political data firm Cambridge Analytica’s alleged misuse of 50 million Facebook users’ data, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is finally speaking out.
Two weeks ago, Facebook learned that The New York Times, Guardian, and Observer were working on blockbuster stories based on interviews with a man named Christopher Wylie.
THE DRUMBEAT TO regulate Big Tech began pounding long before the Cambridge Analytica scandal rocked Facebook—six long years ago.
THE FIRST FULLY autonomous ground vehicles hitting the market aren’t cars or delivery trucks—they’re robo-farmhands.
IN THE INCREASINGLY fierce—if not entirely tangible—fight for the exploding self-driving car market, Lyft stands out for its free love vibes.
The future of driving is electric. The big-name car companies have plans to start giving Tesla some tough competition.
RIDE-HAILING giant Uber announced it was doing a very cool, techno-futuristic thing: starting a commercial delivery service that included letting a truck drive itself 344 miles across Arizona.