At least you can't see the nose when you're living your best top-down life, right?
With 1,050 horsepower, this might be the baddest Camaro of them all.
Tony Dwyer said: "Why do I want to buy weakness now when I didn't want to buy it in early March? The.. fundamental backdrop is much better."
Do you come from a bork down under? Bork!Bork!Bork! Bork is going down under today after a Register reader eyeballed Windows doing its worst on a Canberra ATM.…
Follow our guide to get a 2020 UCI Road World Championships live stream - no matter where you are - with Tour winner Tadej Pogacar in the field.
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TikTok and parent company ByteDance filed a lawsuit late Friday against the Trump administration to try to fend off a ban on new downloads of the app set to take effect Sunday, The Wall Street Journal reported.
TikTok says in the lawsuit that the Trump administration’s decision to ban new downloads of the app, announced Friday, violates free speech protections. The administration, which includes the Commerce Department, “took this extraordinary action of prohibiting a popular communication and information-sharing platform without affording its owners … due process of law, and for political reasons rather than because of any ‘unusual and extraordinary threat’ to the United States,” according to the suit.
It’s not the first time TikTok...
Conspiracies like Pizzagate are all over the social media platform. Here’s why they’ve found an audience there.
The hospital was unable to accept emergency patients, so a woman in need of urgent care had to be taken to a hospital 20 miles away and died.
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Engineers at MIT and the University of Massachusetts at Lowell have designed a wide-angle lens that is completely flat. It is the first flat fisheye lens to produce crisp, 180-degree panoramic images.
"We may not completely eliminate it," Fauci said of the coronavirus. "But 2022 I think is a pretty good bet" for getting back to a nearly normal life.
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Google just made one of Big Tech’s most ambitious environmental commitments: it will work to run its operations purely on renewable energy by 2030. It also announced that as of today, it has purchased enough carbon offsets to essentially cancel out all the planet-heating carbon dioxide emissions the company has released since it was founded in 1998.
Google has been carbon neutral each year since 2007, which means that it offsets the emissions it generates from burning fossil fuels by investing in renewable energy projects or other initiatives that draw carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and into storage. But relying on offsets doesn’t actually wean the company off fossil fuels. Google released 4.9 million metric tons of greenhouse...
US Customs and Border Protection posted a photo of one of the captured "counterfeit AirPods", clearly showing them to be OnePlus Buds.
An audit of the USPS found flaws "that increase the risk of disclosure of sensitive information and potential impact to business operations."