Remember how you used to anxiously look at your smartphone after landing, trying to catch a signal? This ‘experience’ is an inseparable part of flying to other countries. Tourists stare at their devices, desperately looking for a way to stay connected to the world.
Iraq has overtaken Saudi Arabia in the world’s fastest growing oil market as producers compete to keep their most important consumers.
While the 2018 Tomahawk Electric Car features less bhp than the Bugatti Chiron (800 vs 1,479), the supercar can still reach 60 mph in just 2 seconds when in Race mode. That’s actually 0.5 second faster than the competitor promises.
After bingeing on credit for a half decade, U.S. consumers may finally be feeling the hangover.
In San Francisco’s public schools, Marc Benioff, the chief executive of Salesforce, is giving middle school principals $100,000 “innovation grants” and encouraging them to behave more like start-up founders and less like bureaucrats.
• Apple gave a sneak peek of HomePod, a speaker, to rival Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home. It’s the first brand-new hardware product for Apple since the Apple Watch.
It used to be the young bucks and their T-bones, or the welfare queen with her Cadillac, who were leeching off good, hard-working Real Americans. It turns out Ronald Reagan was modest.
The European Parliament, Council and Commission have all decided that the in-El Reg's-view-inexplicable WiFi4EU project is a fine idea worthy of €120m to ensure “every Europ
Trains transport millions of people to their desired destinations every day. They must always arrive on time, even though it’s not always possible. But Siemens is actually working on trains that will never be late anymore. Sounds unbelievable, right?