E-bikes could be the future of transit in city centers
Here's what it will take for bikes and e-bikes to be more commonplace.
Department of Justice opens investigation into real estate tech company accused of collusion with landlords
The DOJ will examine whether RealPage helped landlords coordinate rent increases. Questions also swirl around a 2017 merger deal with its largest competitor.
Why Buffalo got so much snow last weekend
Parts of the Buffalo area saw more than 6 feet of lake-effect snow over three days in November 2022.
The Army shot down a missile surrogate using new command-system tech
The test took place on November 17 in New Mexico, with a drone as a stand-in for a cruise missile.
An AI that lets cars communicate might reduce traffic jams
A communication system between cars reduced 'phantom traffic jams,' and is more attainable than self-driving tech.
Alexa, why are you losing so much money?
Amazon's Alexa, the Google Assistant, and Apple’s Siri have all reportedly had their own struggles. Here’s what’s going on.
These robots can build almost anything—including clones of themselves
The breakthrough robot swarms function as both the builders and final products.
Aftershocks hit Indonesia after deadly 5.6-magnitude earthquake
The earthquake killed more than 260 people and struck the country's West Java province.
DARPA’s flying forward with its jetpack program
More funding for the development of personal mobility systems is in the works.
This agile robot dog uses a video camera in place of senses
A new spin on quadrupedal robotics relies only on prior virtual training and an onboard camera.