The Strokes look like they’re 20 years old again in their latest music video. That’d be impressive makeup work on a group of roughly 40-year-olds, but the band doesn’t appear in the music video at all: every one of their faces is a deepfake.
BMW has a new logo, marking the biggest change to the company’s branding since the iconic emblem was introduced in 1917. As with many modern redesigns of logos made to chase today’s trendy aesthetic of a super flat ultra-minimalist style, the new BMW logo sacrifices the company’s well-known identity in favor of presumed modernity.
General Motors laid out its electric vehicle strategy on Wednesday, showcasing roughly a dozen products as part of a broader attempt to convey to investors how serious it is about embracing its electric future.
iFixit has posted its teardown of Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 Ultra, and it reveals that the 108-megapixel camera sensor is, as you might expect, really big.
More than 600 vultures have been found dead in Guinea-Bissau, Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) has said. The death toll stood at 648 on February 28, and experts say the number is continuing to rise while no cause has been determined.
Three billion years ago, the Earth may have looked more like Kevin Costner's Waterworld and less like the planet we know today.
Air Pollution Pandemic Kills More People Prematurely than Smoking, Malaria and HIV/AIDS, Study Finds
An air pollution "pandemic" shortens the lives of more people than smoking, malaria and HIV/AIDS, a study has found. Using a newly developed model, scientists have shown air pollution wipes almost three years off people's lives on average, accounting for 8.8 million premature deaths in 2015.
Your car's capabilities used to be limited by your income—bells and whistles came standard on luxury models, while budget autos offered bare-bones amenities. Technology has finally caught up to your ride, though, and exciting options like parking sensors and heads-up displays can be added to almost any vehicle without breaking the bank. These ten accessories will make your drive a joy.
It finally happened: China is no longer accepting our recycling. I didn't even know that China had been taking our recycling. Makes sense, though, as China has long had a booming economy, and they are keen to continue to feed it by dominating lucrative areas of trade. The $200 billion recycling industry surely offered prime opportunities to pioneering businesses wanting to profit off what others throw away.
In 1962, when President John F. Kennedy explained why "we choose to go to the Moon," it fueled a nationwide drive to make his vision a reality. And less than a decade later it was: On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong took his "one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind."