Month: October 2018

iRobot is working with Google to improve smart devices – CNET

The Roomba-maker is collaborating with Google on improving the efficiency of your smart home. …read more Source:: CNet

House of Cards: Claire takes control, here’s where the show left off – CNET

Car crashes, “accidental” falls, poisoned lovers: The Underwood White House runs red with blood as the final season approaches. …read more Source:: CNet

Lexus LX enters 11th model year with new special edition – Roadshow

It’ll make its debut at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. …read more Source:: CNet

Startling New Research Finds Large Buildup of Heat in the Oceans, Suggesting a Faster Rate of Global Warming

The world’s oceans have been soaking up far more excess heat in recent decades than scientists realized, suggesting that Earth could be set to warm even faster than predicted in the years ahead, according to new research published Wednesday. From a report: Over the past quarter-century, the Earth’s oceans have retained 60 percent more heat…

Best Halloween movies to watch and where to stream them – CNET

No matter which service you have, there’s something scary for you to watch. Time to stream and scream! …read more Source:: CNet

The best halloween costumes from our readers – CNET

Take a look at the incredible costumes you’ve sent in for our Halloween contest with TV Guide. …read more Source:: CNet

How the Power of Quantum Can Be Used Against Us

There has been a palpable shift from volumetric attacks to “quantum attacks,” and they look to be one of the biggest cybersecurity challenges on the rise today. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Fortnite has been downloaded to almost half of all Switches worldwide – CNET

Nintendo’s financial report also reveals that the company has sold 22.86 million Switch consoles. …read more Source:: CNet

These transformer robots are autonomous

Scientists have developed robots that can change their shape on-demand to accomplish different tasks. In other words, they created autonomous transformers. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Supreme Court Scrutinizing Class Action Settlements That Leave Consumers Empty-Handed

If a multimillion dollar class-action settlement basically doesn’t pay a single consumer, is it fair? That’s not the start of a lawyer joke; it’s the crux of a case being argued Wednesday in the U.S. Supreme Court that, advocates say, has serious implications for the ways consumers benefit from duels with businesses in large-scale litigation….