After training to be an intellectual property lawyer, Dan Cooper abandoned a promising career in financial services to sit at home and play with gadgets. He now serves as Engadget's associate European editor.
It's back to business for Elon Musk's spaceflight company.
The VMS Eve and VSS Unity flew in 'captive carry' mode for almost four hours over the Mojave desert.
Reports out of Japan say the last producer of VHS players is calling it quits.
According to proposals for Columbus, Ohio, public transportation subsidies would instead be handed to ride-sharing services.
A lengthy report from Bloomberg says that he invests in two startups that are competing against each other to develop the technology.
As well as opening up the set-top box market up to third parties, the proposals are expected to make the cost of renting a box a whole lot cheaper.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission designated the issue as a 'priority investigation.'
Both devices will go on sale at Best Buy in November for $149.99.
The video chat service is down for a number of users.
The database will tell you what you're likely to save in energy costs and will also put you in touch with a local installer.
A judge ruled that bitcoins don't have the 'tangible qualities' needed to constitute owned property by Japanese law.
Amazon's drone-delivery service may be a little fanciful, but it looks as if another company is working to make something similar to it a reality.
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The league has been criticized for its cavalier attitude toward traumatic head injuries and it's thought that more than 25 percent of players will suffer brain problems.
People familiar with the plan call it 'Project NOAH,' which stands for NO Ads Hulu.
A conversation with Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.
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