I feel hungover. No, not in the traditional sense, but in the dizzying way you feel when half of your world is celebrating double vaccinations and no masks, and the other half, across the world, is mourning death and not a shred of light at the end of the tunnel.Read More →

How to turn off autoplay on Netflix trailers

There are few more horrifying experiences than finishing a show you have spent days, weeks, or even months breathlessly enjoying, only to be fed with a garishly loud preview immediately after the final credits of your beloved show is wrapped. Instead of sitting, thoughtfully, and considering what you just spent hours of your life watching, a new preview automatically plays at the end of your show. 

Or, maybe you’re tired of browsing Netflix and having previews of shows you have no interest in immediately sounding off through your speakers. Maybe you didn’t really want to hear the drama of Shadow and Bone blasting across the room at you while you try to find the next episode of The CircleRead more…

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Amazon, which already charges some of the world’s lowest charges for Prime Video in India, is going a step further to win more users in the world’s second largest internet market. The e-commerce giant on Saturday launched miniTV, an ad-supported video streaming service that is available within the Amazon shoppingRead More →

Simone Giertz used to make useless inventions, then she beat Tesla to the Cybertuck

From the robots that fail miserably at their jobs to the robots dealing with our literal crap, Mashable’s Crappy Robots dives into the complex world of automation — for better or worse or much, much worse.

The inventor once known as the “Queen of Shitty Robots,” tells us why she stopped making purposefully dumb machines and what she’s up to now. Read more…

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No matter what slice of the mobility market you’ve claimed as your own — AVs, EVs, data mining, AI, dockless scooters, robotics or the batteries that will charge and change the world — you won’t find a better place to showcase your extraordinary tech and talent than TC Sessions: MobilityRead More →

How to watch Google I/O 2021

Google I/O is back, baby. This year it’s virtual, it’s free, and everyone is invited. 

The developer conference will be held online this year after being canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic. Viewers can tune into Google’s
YouTube channel on May 18 at 1 p.m. ET to watch the keynote kick things off. 

The full list of event programs for the three days are detailed on the master schedule. These include updates on Android, Google Pay, and interactive Q&A’s with various developers. 

Generally, I/O reveals software announcements surrounding new Google apps and services, but it’s also been used to reveal new hardware. After a year off, we’re hoping to get some seriously impressive goods. Read more…

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Image Credits: Echelon (stock image) Peloton wasn’t the only at-home workout giant exposing private account data. Rival exercise giant Echelon also had a leaky API that let virtually anyone access riders’ account information. Fitness technology company Echelon, like Peloton, offers a range of workout hardware — bikes, rowers, and aRead More →

Tesla owner keeps using Autopilot from backseat—even after being arrested

A San Francisco Tesla owner keeps ignoring the limitations of the electric car’s Autopilot feature.

Earlier this week, 25-year-old Param Sharma was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving after being spotted riding across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco to Oakland. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) had received a report about someone sitting in the backseat of a Tesla Model 3.

CHP officials in Oakland pulled him over and arrested him. Before this week’s arrest, he’d been spotted around the Bay Area in different Tesla Model 3s. And he was always in the backseat with his foot on the wheel while the car was driving with Autopilot engaged. Read more…

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