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  • BMW CEO hints there is space for more electric models -

    Krueger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW, speaks during the world premiere of the new BMW 7 series car at the company's headquarters in MunichThe chief executive of BMW hinted in a German paper that there was potential for another of its "i" electric car models. "Between the i3 and the i8, there is space if you look at it from the number point of view," Harald Krueger told Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, when asked if he was planning new models. Krueger also said BMW was in regular contact with major technology companies, including Apple, over connected cars.


  • Verizon's workers say no strike for now, union talks continue -

    Verizon workers take part in a rally as they negotiate a union contract in New YorkBy Malathi Nayak NEW YORK (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc and the unions representing its wireline unit employees on the U.S. East Coast said work will go on and talks continue after their current contract expired. Since June, the unions have been in talks with Verizon over the company's plans to cut costs by controlling healthcare and pension-related benefits over a three-year period. Last week, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers that represent over 37,000 wireline employees said they had voted to go on strike, if needed, after their contract expired on Aug. 1 at midnight.


  • Former CEO of collapsed Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange arrested in Japan: reports -

    Mark Karpeles, chief executive of Mt. Gox, bows at the start of a news conference at the Tokyo District Court in TokyoMark Karpeles, the former head of defunct bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, was arrested on Saturday in connection with the disappearance of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of the virtual currency, Japanese media reports said. The French-born Karpeles, 30, is suspected of falsifying data on the outstanding balance of the exchange, at one point the world's largest hub for trading the digital currency, they added. When it filed for bankruptcy in February 2014, Mt. Gox said 750,000 customer bitcoins and another 100,000 belonging to the exchange were stolen due to a software security flaw.


  • E&Y Japan arm launches internal probe of Toshiba audit -

    A logo of Toshiba Corp is seen next to an advertisement board for its Regza television in TokyoThe Japanese affiliate of Ernst & Young LLC has launched an in-house investigation into its audit of Toshiba Corp in the wake of the electronics maker's $1.2 billion accounting scandal, a person with knowledge of the matter said. Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC has established a team of about 20 executives to investigate whether there were any problems with how it conducted its audits of Toshiba, the person said. Last month an external panel of lawyers and accountants hired to probe Toshiba's accounts found the company had inflated profits by 152 billion yen ($1.23 billion) over seven years by postponing the realization of losses and other schemes.


  • Yahoo buys fashion website Polyvore -

    A Yahoo logo is pictured in front of a building in Rolle(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said on Friday it agreed to buy fashion start-up Polyvore to help drive traffic and strengthen its mobile and social offerings. Yahoo, which did not disclose terms of the deal, said Polyvore will accelerate its 'Mavens' growth strategy. The company has been focusing on four areas ? mobile, video, native advertising and social ? which it calls Mavens, to drive user engagement and ad sales as it battles intense competition from Google Inc and Facebook Inc .


  • Apple, BMW in courtship with an eye on car collaboration -

    An employee holds BMW logo on production line of BMW C evolution electric maxi-scooter at BMW motorcycle plant in BerlinBy Edward Taylor and Julia Love FRANKFURT/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - BMW and Apple may rekindle a courtship put on hold after an exploratory visit by executives of the world's top maker of electronic gadgets to the headquarters of the word's biggest seller of premium cars. Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook went to BMW's headquarters last year and senior Apple executives toured the carmaker's Leipzig factory to learn how it manufactures the i3 electric car, two sources familiar with the talks told Reuters. The dialogue ended without conclusion because Apple appears to want to explore developing a passenger car on its own, one of the sources said.


  • Last night The Empire State Building became the face of extinction -

    Last night The Empire State Building became the face of extinctionThen 40 stacked projectors on the top of a nearby building switched on, and the Empire State Building became the world?s largest tombstone. Insects, sea creatures, mammals, and birds crawled, swam, and flew over the structure, as spectators "oohed" and "awed." At times, sounds of the rainforests also came through the speakers, transporting us from the Manhattan roof to the lush habitats these animals call home.


  • America proves too tough for hitchhiking robot after vandals end cross-country trip -

    America proves too tough for hitchhiking robot after vandals end cross-country tripIt seems the tough streets of Philadelphia were too much for a friendly little robot from Ontario. All the Hitchbot wanted to do was see the United States. But just two weeks after starting its cross-country journey in Boston, Hitchbot's trip has come to an unfortunate end. Last night, the cute little robot was vandalized and apparently decapitated in the city of brotherly love.


  • Review: Migos' Young Rich Nation is a safe, but satisfying major label debut -

    Review: Migos' Young Rich Nation is a safe, but satisfying major label debutWhatever you may think about the rambunctious rappers from Atlanta, Migos have certainly placed their stamp on the rap game. Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset have influenced countless rappers with the "Migos Flow." Everyone from Drake to Kanye West, to Rick Ross have emulated their cadence, quickly making the familial group with a flurry of mixtapes and no official album one of the most important acts in hip hop. Unabashedly more concerned with rhythm than rhymes, Migos have grown into a movement (Migos Beatles is the most insane fight on the Internet) and deservedly so.


  • Dr. Dre's first new album in 16 years is coming out August 7th -

    Dr. Dre's first new album in 16 years is coming out August 7thDr. Dre is finally giving his fans something new to listen to. The music producer, Apple executive, and N.W.A. rapper announced yesterday that he's releasing a new album on Friday, August 7th. It's called Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre, and it's Dre's first proper album since 1999's 2001.


  • Review: the 1997 Psion Series 5 personal digital assistant -

    Review: the 1997 Psion Series 5 personal digital assistantThrough the 1980s and 1990s, Psion was one of the trailblazers in PDAs and ?palmtop? computers. According to a 1997 PC Magazine review, a model with 4MB of RAM sold for $599, and my 8MB model cost $699.


  • Weekend Project: How to make your iPhone/iPad Lightning cable last a lot longer -

    Weekend Project: How to make your iPhone/iPad Lightning cable last a lot longerPeople love their iPhones and iPads, but that love doesn't extend to the Lightning cable that's needed to charge up the device or connect it to a computer. The problem: They break


  • Verge Fiction: Model Organisms -

    Verge Fiction: Model OrganismsVerge Fiction is the site's biweekly publication of fictional short stories and book excerpts. Penned by staff writers and guest authors, none of Verge Fiction is real, nor should it be confused with news that regularly appears on this site. As for the murders, we couldn't quite tell when they began. Even the police weren't totally sure. No one would confirm the rumors, but word had it the burial fees were beggaring some Rockefeller?s foundation for the indigent dead. In New York, the dead wash up on the street around the First Avenue Canal when the tides are high. ...


  • BMW paying electric car owners to delay charging in Bay Area -

    BMW paying Bay Area i3 owners up to $1,540 to delay chargingCarmaker has teamed up with Pacific Gas & Electric to curb power grid demand by giving i3 drivers gift cards if they charge at off-peak hours.


  • The Verge Review of Animals: the pink grasshopper -

    The Verge Review of Animals: the pink grasshopperMostly in the last couple of years, pink meadow grasshoppers (Chorthippus parallelus) have been sighted by adventurous children in the Belfast hills and Japan. National Geographic's headline was "No, it's not a cocktail" apparently to provide clarification for all those who go on the National Geographic website looking for vintage cocktail recipes.


  • IndyCar officially adds LED panels to its cars today -

    IndyCar officially adds LED panels to its cars todayIndyCar has radically reworked the look of its vehicles recently, but the series is about to debut one of its biggest design changes yet. Starting with today's race in Ohio, every car will feature LED panels that show the driver's position in real time. The new panels were first tested in April, and they're meant to give fans at home and at the track a better sense of what's going on during any point of the race. IndyCar planned to debut them at the Indy 500 in May, but the technology wasn't quite considered race-ready in time.


  • Vietnam's refugees find second chance in Silicon Valley -

    Vietnam's refugees find second chance in Silicon ValleyFor Road Trip 2015, CNET went to San Jose, California, to talk with Vietnamese Americans who traveled a long way to get to where they are today.


  • The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh rates -

    The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh ratesToday's Ultra HD 4K TVs are all marketed with "motion," "action" and "clear" numbers that start at 240 and go up from there. They're all basically made up. Here's the real story.


  • Hitchhiking robot's cross-country trip in US ends in Philly -

    FILE- In this July 17, 2015, file photo, a car drives by HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot in Marblehead, Mass. The Canadian researchers who created hitchBOT as a social experiment say someone in Philadelphia damaged the robot beyond repair on Saturday, Aug. 1, ending its brief American tour. The robot was trying to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada last year and parts of Europe. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)PHILADELPHIA (AP) ? A hitchhiking robot that captured the hearts of fans worldwide met its demise in the U.S.


  • Smart gadgets from guns to cars ripe for hacking -

    Hackers are not just after your computer: connected devices from cars to home security systems to sniper rifles are now targets for actors looking to steal or cause mischiefHackers are not just after your computer: connected devices from cars to home security systems to sniper rifles are now targets for actors looking to steal or cause mischief. The rapid growth in the "Internet of Things" has opened up new opportunities for cyber attacks and new markets for cyber defenders. This is among the hot topics at a Black Hat computer security conference that kicks off in Las Vegas on Sunday and an infamous Def Con hacker gathering that follows.


  • Official Samsung Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus images leaked -

    Official Samsung Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus images leakedSamsung is set to announce its Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus on August 13th, but we're getting a pretty good look at the device two weeks ahead of time. Prolific phone leaker Evan Blass has released what's said to be official press renders of both new devices. The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus looks exactly like what its name suggests ? it's a bigger S6 Edge.


  • Facebook's new live events feature hopes to take on Snapchat -

    Facebook's new live events feature hopes to take on SnapchatFacebook wants to be part of the conversation around live events. Just in time for Lollapalooza, the social network has rolled out a new live event feed that serves as a single destination for viewing curated public posts, photos, and videos published from the music festival. The new feature represents Facebook's entry into a growing market catering to behind-the-scenes, real-time looks at live events around the world.


  • More than 20 percent will buy gadget for back-to-school kids, survey says -

    More than 20 percent will buy gadget for back-to-school kids, survey saysTechnically Incorrect: Americans reveal themselves to be neurotic about back-to-school online shopping, according to a new survey. But many will be buying laptops, phones or tablets for their little ones.


  • White House will not force FBI to get a warrant for email data -

    White House will not force FBI to get a warrant for email dataIf you were waiting for Congress to act, now is the time to go grab yourself some popcorn.


  • Florida power company gave $1 million to pro-Bush super PAC -

    FILE - In this July 27, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks in Orlando, Fla. The largest Florida corporate donor to a ?super? political committee backing former Gov. Jeb Bush?s presidential run is NextEra Energy, the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The largest Florida corporate donor to a super political action committee backing former Gov. Jeb Bush's presidential run is NextEra Energy Inc., the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light.


  • The plane that can fly backwards -

    The plane that can fly backwardsIn early April, North Korean media unveiled a new camouflage scheme for one of its most important military aircraft. The supreme leader himself, Kim Jong-Un, was seen on television footage at the controls of one of the spruced-up examples. North Korean An-2s could be used to fly low and slow over the border to drop commando teams behind South Korean lines ? so low that they would be difficult to pick up on radar.


  • Selfie app Frontback comes back to life thanks to mysterious new 'partner' -

    Selfie app Frontback comes back to life thanks to mysterious new 'partner'Frontback has made a miraculous recovery. After announcing last week that the company was shutting down, the selfie app is taking a 180 ? literally. It turns out the service isn't going anywhere: late on Friday, the company announced that it had "signed an agreement with a partner," keeping the app alive.


  • Top Windows Phone news of the week: Android phones get Windows, Microsoft is confident, which phones get new OS first -

    Top Windows Phone news of the week: Android phones get Windows, Microsoft is confident, which phones get new OS firstThis week in Windows Phone we learned that some Chinese Android phone owners will be able to install Windows, that Microsoft is confident about the future of the platform, and which Lumia phones will get the new OS first.


  • Why do Apple Music's own curated playlists have songs that no one can play? -

    Why do Apple Music's own curated playlists have songs that no one can play?There?s no doubt that Apple Music arrived in the world not quite ready for prime time ? the UI is far more confusing than I?d have hoped for, there?s a host of weird bugs, and it?s reliant on iTunes for desktop listening. Spotify has been doing this for a while, and Spotify?s playlists are often fine, but they?re also usually 100 songs long. Between the shorter lengths and Apple?s smart recommendations, I found myself following a couple dozen playlists shortly after I started using Apple Music.


  • Microsoft's HoloLens will ship to developers 'within the next year' -

    Microsoft's HoloLens will ship to developers 'within the next year'Microsoft will release "V1" of its HoloLens virtual reality headset sooner rather than later. CEO Satya Nadella said that the first developer version of the hologram-projecting device will come out "within the next year" during a video interview with the BBC this week. Earlier this year, Nadella tempered expectations that HoloLens would be a major gaming product when released.


  • Watch the ad for the Tartan Prancer, Vacation's ridiculous fake van -

    Watch the ad for the Tartan Prancer, Vacation's ridiculous fake vanOne of the highlights of the original National Lampoon's Vacation was the Wagon Queen Family Truckster, a ridiculous ? and utterly hideous ? fictional station driven by the Griswolds poking fun at the era's auto industry. The film prominently stars the Tartan Prancer, a bright blue van-like object that has two front ends, two charging ports, four side view mirrors, and the aerodynamic qualities of a two-by-four. The fake ad that Warner Brothers made for the Prancer is delightfully absurd.


  • The pay TV scam that?s hiding in plain sight -Services like Netflix are driving U.S. households to cut the cord at an unprecedented rate, and studies suggest that impressive rate won?t be slowing anytime soon. The unbreakable bundles, poor customer service and high cost of pay TV packages has made consumers all too eager to ditch their cable and satellite TV services, so it makes sense that cord cutting has exploded now that entertainment is widely available elsewhere. As if the reasons to loathe pay TV service providers weren?t already numerous enough, a recent report sheds new light on a scam that cable and satellite TV companies have been pulling for years. And the worst part is that people have known about it all along, they just never realized how bad
  • Chris McQuarrie explains how to build a Mission: Impossible movie -

    Chris McQuarrie explains how to build a Mission: Impossible movieTo hear director Christopher McQuarrie describe it, production on Mission: Impossible ? Rogue Nation was designed around the idea of premeditated chaos. It's been the lynchpin of the film's marketing campaign, but unlike Ghost Protocol's "extreme-Tom-Cruise" scene (scaling Dubai's Burj Khalifa), this one basically serves as an all-too-brief cold open.


  • Former Mt. Gox CEO arrested on claims of stolen Bitcoins -

    Former Mt. Gox CEO arrested on claims of stolen BitcoinsMark Karpelès, the former CEO of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, is getting a good look at the inside of a Japanese jail cell. The Tokyo Metropolitan Police confirmed in a statement that detained Karpelès early on Saturday morning at his apartment. The arrest is of little consequence for Mt. Gox's former clients, who woke up one day to find that their Bitcoins had disappeared.


  • Ask Stoya: Put the rulers down! -

    Ask Stoya: Put the rulers down!What you're really after is hearing a porn star say your penis is largeFirst, put the ruler down. This leads me to suspect that what you?re really after is hearing a porn star say your penis is large, and I?m withholding that ? because you can also use a web search to find pages of videos in which porn stars say exactly that, directly into the camera, specifically for the purpose of fulfilling that desire.


  • Surviving Our Robotic Future -

    Surviving Our Robotic FutureRobots don't take coffee breaks, or vacations or holidays, and they never get sick. It's great for employers. Not so good for employees.In the last few weeks books, articles, a TV series, talk shows and even a theatrical film have featured Robots everywhere in our lives.While some portrayals are funny, what isn't so funny is the realization...


  • Top iOS news of the week: Stylus with feelings, wireless charging, iPhone share up -

    Top iOS news of the week: Stylus with feelings, wireless charging, iPhone share upThis week in iOS we had news that the iPad is the top selling tablet, wireless charging could come to the iPhone, and Apple is looking at a stylus that can feel the screen.


  • Fed-up customers are hammering ISPs with FCC complaints about data caps -You know what people really don?t like? Data caps. They don?t like them on their mobile phones and they really, really don?t like them on their home Internet services. This hasn?t stopped Comcast and other wireline ISPs from trying to ram them down consumers? throats anyway, although customer resistance to such caps is so strong that the companies wouldn?t dare roll them out nationwide just yet. FROM EARLIER: The 2015 Moto X looks like the phone that could make me love Android again We were reminded of just how much people hate data caps when reading some recent complaints flagged by The National Journal from fed-up Internet customers who are sick of worrying that they?ll get charged extra if they watch too many shows

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