How Formula E Racing Makes Electric Cars Faster, Smarter, Funner

As Jean-Eric Vergne whirred across the finish line in Brooklyn last weekend, he did more than lock up the championship of the 2018-19 Formula E season. Driving for the Chinese team Techeetah, Vergne...

Microsoft tests new improvements for Chromium on Windows 10

Chromium-based Edge has received enhancements in the latest updates,...

Vertigo 2 hands-on — This VR shooter has Valve-like potential

Maybe I didn’t give the original Vertigo enough credit. I remember playing it during Christmas break, belly full from a diet of Superhot, thinking VR was only going to get better from here on out. In...

How to watch 2019 Rugby Championship: live stream every rugby game online from anywhere

This year's Rugby Championship looks set to serve as an intriguing precursor to the forthcoming World Cup in Japan, with Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina once again lock horns for bragging...

From the moon to mass production: 10 pieces of modern tech indebted to Apollo

Illustrations by Chris DeGrawThis article is part of Apollo: A Lunar Legacy, a multi-part series that explores the technological advances behind Apollo 11, their influence on modern day, and what’s next for the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 release date, price, news and leaks

When Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 10 handsets on August 7, we're expecting the company to also release a new tablet as successor to the Galaxy Tab S4. It's expected to be called...

Shortage of top talent may be e-cars’ next big problem

NEW DELHI: Despite the government’s thrust for electric vehicles (EVs), a shortage of top-tech talent may act as a roadblock. Search firms are being forced to look overseas for talent- France, Germany, Japan and...