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With the European Space Agency’s Rosetta project having come to a dramatic end, project scientist Matt Taylor opened up to U.K. publication The Guardian in a revealing interview on what may be next for ESA after the comet-chasing spacecraft crash-landed into 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, and created a buzz several times

In a journey from the museum, the two Miura examples recreated the opening sequence of the 1969 film The Italian Job (and not the 2003 remake), where the Miura was shown driving up the Italian Alps – state road 27 through Great St. Bernard Mountain, which isn’t too far away from Lambo’s Sant Agata Bolognese

BMW has some interesting plans to disrupt the automotive space, and these include the release of what it calls a flagship electric car — the iNEXT. And while information on the car is still limited, it does show a lot of promise ahead of its projected launch and release some five years from now. The

Following the Obama administration’s release of new electronic record keeping rules, union groups and other industry organizations raised their concerns about possible loopholes in the new OSHA rules on electronic record keeping. Chief among the concerns is how the rules allegedly don’t do much to improve worker safety. The rule published Wednesday by the Occupational

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has launched a new limited-edition version of its Ram 1500 pickup – the 2016 Stinger Yellow Sport, adding to a growing list of exclusive Ram pickup variants. And, as its name implies, it comes with a distinctive yellow-and-black paint job reminiscent of the decade-old Rumble Bee variant. “The Ram 1500 Sport offers

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Japanese firm SoftBank invests $250 million in talent agency

Japanese finance and telecom giant SoftBank has invested $250 million into talent and fashion firm SoftBank teamed with Silicon Valley investor Silver Lake, its private equity partner, for the deal, which is meant to accelerate WME | IMG’s global growth through new investments, acquisitions and joint ventures. The deal gives SoftBank about 8% of the equity in the Beverly

Ben Affleck Says Batman-Fan Son Too Young to See New Film

“Four years old is a little young to see this whole movie,” Affleck said in a Friday interview. “I don’t want him to have nightmares.” BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — Ben Affleck might be Batman to his 4-year-old fanboy son, Samuel, but that doesn’t mean he’ll get to see his dad in action in Batman v.

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Xiaomi will be hosting a press event on May 10, as the fast-rising Chinese company is set to unveil a couple new products, such as the Xiaomi Max and Mi Band 2, as well as the new MIUI 8 operating system/user experience. But it would appear that there’s another piece of Xiaomi hardware set to

America’s favorite hybrid has just gotten a lot better where it counts the most, in the form of the new Prius Prime. At the New York International Auto Show this week, the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime made its big debut, and many are saying it’s a vast improvement over the variant it will be replacing,

There’s no doubt that concussions are serious business in all levels of sports. This is especially true in youth leagues, where children tend to suffer concussion symptoms later than adults do. Then you’ve got the countless number of athletes who have retired due to concussions, including several NFL players and WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan just

Microsoft’s Get Windows 10 campaign is persistent, aggressive, and occasionally annoying. Annoying enough, in fact, to have spurred a cottage industry in third-party upgrade-blocking tools. But despite those complaints, the program appears to be working Eight months after its launch, Microsoft says its new operating system is being “actively used on more than 270 million