Leaked photos show off the Tesla Model 3's beautiful interior
This looks different to every other car
In a perfect world, we would all spend each and every waking moment with our pets. Your job? Forget it. The rest of your family? They can take care of themselves. Your dog or cat gives you nothing but unconditional love, and the feeling is obviously mutual. But sadly, you can’t always be there with your beloved canine or feline companion.
Even when you’re away, the MOTA Perfect Dinner Pet Feeder V2 ensures that your best friend is taken care of. More →
Chome OS has always been a thing I think of for people’s grandparents, or young students looking for their Fischer-Price My First Computer. But with Chromebook sales outstripping Macbooks, and Google adding serious new features at speed, it’s probably time to start taking Chrome OS seriously.
Google has added a storage manager to the latest developer update version of the software, giving a preview of the kinds of features we can expect from Chrome OS in the coming months.
Game development isn’t reserved for just programming whizzes. In fact, even the most inexperienced coder can learn the tools used to produce gaming smash hits like Minecraft and Crossy Road, thanks to the Ultimate Unity 3D Game Bundle. Currently, BGR readers can get this training resource for only $29. More →
When I took Drivers Ed way back when, I remember being shown unusually graphic videos from the 1960s which depicted horrific scenes recorded in the aftermath of particularly gruesome accidents. The message was clear, if not a bit overdone: driving can be exceedingly dangerous and you better obey the rules of the road lest you wind up in a video like this.
Perhaps looking to these videos for inspiration, Metro Los Angeles this week released five animated videos that illustrate all of the horrific things that can happen if you don’t respect the safety guidelines that govern train transit.
If you follow our daily deals post, you had a great opportunity to pick up a nice-sized 48-inch Roku TV for under $275. That’s a killer price for a television with great picture quality and all of the Roku features you love built right in. While that sale only lasted for the day — actually, it didn’t even last a whole day — Amazon is still offering the TCL 48FS3750 48-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV at a big discount. If you hurry, you can snag one for just $330 with free Prime shipping More →
As difficult as it must be to construct and film a compelling action scene, it takes more than just punching, kicking, car chases and explosions to create a truly memorable sequence that will stick in the minds of moviegoers forever.
In a new video, CineFix explores five of those sequences — action scenes that are just as smart and impressive as they are thrilling and explosive.
Figuring out what to pack for a long weekend is one thing, but making sure your essentials are protected is an entirely different challenge. The Bomber Barrel Duffel Bag is a tough-as-nails bag designed to organize your gear and protect it from point A to B–and it’s only $59.99. More →
Elon Musk keeps warning us that artificial intelligence is a real threat, but he’s also contributing to the evolution of machines. Sure, he might not be doing the real coding, but the smart Tesla cars that will be able to drive themselves around town in the following years will have to be programmed to handle a particular type of emergency: hitting a pedestrian or saving the lives of the passengers inside the vehicle.
Nissan earlier today unveiled the GT-R Drone, an incredibly advanced drone that Nissan categorizes as “one of the fastest accelerating FPV (First Person View) racing drones in the world. So just how fast is it? Well, the GT-R Drone was designed to keep up with the Nissan’s new GT-R car on a race track.
Specifically, the GT-R Drone can accelerate from 0-62 MPH in just 1.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of 115 MPH. Of course, piloting a drone at such high speeds requires an individual with top-notch skills, which is why Nissan called in British National Drone Racing champion James Bowles to a racetrack recently.
Google saw a 100 percent surge in U.K. searches for “getting an Irish passport” after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
The searches, which were mostly from Northern Ireland, spiked as news broke of the surprise result in Thursday’s referendum on E.U. membership. The Republic of Ireland is a member of the European Union.
Exclusivity is a complex issue for the gaming industry, and has been for quite some time. Although platform exclusivity of first- and third-party titles creates competition between the console makers, it also fragments the user base and forces gamers to either put up with the fact that they’re going to miss out on major triple-A titles, or spend money on yet another video game console.
All of that said, you can see why Oculus’s aggressive stance toward acquiring VR games exclusively for its platform has been met with some derision.
Now Oculus wants to explain itself.
Let’s face it: you can’t see the world on just two weeks of paid vacation. If you really want to embark on a jet-setting life, the Pay What You Want: World Travel Hacker Bundle will show you how to build that lifestyle at a price you pick. More →