Need to get somewhere and don't want to use your legs like a sucker? Move over Hoverboard, Walkcar's got this.
The WalkCar is a laptop-sized transporter similar to the Segway, as you'll use body control to operate the powerful yet compact platform. Tilt left and it'll turn left, tilt right and it'll turn right, and so on. If you lose control, stepping off WalkCar stops it in its tracks.
In between questions about the economy and immigration, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump made time in their debate Wednesday night to spar about what may be the world's most controversial website—WikiLeaks.
The exchange began when moderator Chris Wallace asked Clinton about speeches she gave to investment bankers, which were published by WikiLeaks. In one of those speeches, Clinton expressed a desire for a "hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders."
Welcome to the age of Google Hardware. Apparently tired of letting third-party Android OEMs serve as the stewards of Android handsets, Google has become a hardware company. (Again).
Ecuador, the nation that has granted political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the country's London embassy, said late Tuesday it had cut off his Internet access. Ecuador says it did this because of WikiLeaks' recent dumps of hacked e-mails surrounding Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Your iPhone can already act as your wallet, camera and flashlight, but it may eventually replace one more everyday object: your car keys.
Buried in a report from Bloomberg about Apple scaling back its plans to build a self-driving car was this nugget: "Apple executives had imagined an electric car that could recognize its driver by fingerprint and autonomously navigate with the press of a button."