Rob Marvin - Page 2
Associate Features Editor
The 15 Craziest Cars and Futuristic Vehicles of CES 2019
There were a ton of sleek next-gen cars at CES, from snazzy luxury vehicles to eye-popping concept cars.
Honda's Rugged Self-Driving Vehicle Is Going Off-Road
At CES, the automaker is showing off its Autonomous Work Vehicle prototype, a rugged self-driving car.
Amazon May Split HQ2 Between Crystal City, Va., and Long Island City, N.Y.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is in final negotiations and plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two East Coast cities.
The Coolest Features in the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR
Apple's XS lineup and entry-level iPhone XR don't have as many flashy features as their predecessors, but there are plenty of upgrades under the hood.
AOL and Yahoo Scan User Emails Then Sell Data to Advertisers, Report Says
Verizon-owned Oath is pitching a service to advertisers analyzing AOL and Yahoo emails to provide targeted ad data, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Zuck Takes the Stage: Everything You Missed From Facebook F8
Mark Zuckerberg details new Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram and Oculus features in wide-ranging F8 keynote.
Apple, Facebook and Google Vets Form Coalition to Fight Tech Addiction
The Center for Humane Technology will focus its efforts on young users, first with a public school ad campaign on the harmful effects of tech and social media.
What You Need to Know to Understand the Complicated Splitting of Bitcoin
Bitcoin and Ethereum have both seen high-profile forks in the past year, spawning separate coins with different rules. The splits come down to diverging ideologies and the laws of network consensus.
Instagram, Admitting a War on Snapchat, Rolls Out Face Filters
Instagram's VP of product dishes on the app's Face Filters, Hashtag stickers, and Rewind button at TechCrunch Disrupt while fielding a barrage of questions about Snapchat.
FCC Commissioner: 'Net Neutrality Is Doomed If We're Silent'
Mignon Clyburn wants you to comment starting this Thursday to preserve the Open Internet Order and register public support for net neutrality and a free, open internet.