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Rolls-Royce Phantom joins Abu Dhabi Police

A Rolls-Royce Phantom is the first exotic police car in the Abu Dhabi Police fleet, which is apparently trying to mimic nearby Dubai. At least perps will be comfortable in the back.
Computing

Lenovo owns up to ‘Superfish’ with free virus protection software offer

Lenovo, which had been installing SuperFish adware onto its computers prior to shipping since 2014, is now offering six months of McAfee antivirus protection to its customers at no charge.
Cars

The more the hyper-er: Koenigsegg CEO imagines a four-door hypercar

In a recent interview, Koenigsegg CEO Christian von Koenigsegg hinted that a four-door hypercar could be in the company’s future. He also said that the automaker has no plans to build a 911-sized sports car.
Movies & TV

The Walking Dead weekly recap: ‘Forget’ your worries In Alexandria

Rick Grimes attends an awkward dinner party, Sasha experiences a meltdown, Daryl fields a job offer, and Carol wields cookies with lethal force on the latest episode of the AMC zombie drama.
Cool Tech

In the future, it may be possible to print your own Will.i.am, says Will.i.am

Singer, entrepreneur, and creative officer at 3D Systems Will.i.am says in the future, we'll be able to 3D print people. Is this ridiculous hyperbole, or does Will.i.am raise an interesting point using an out-there proposition to do so?
Home Theater

Mohu’s Channels manages to marry OTA and OTT, but it needs a little more TLC

Mohu's new channels device launches to the public today, but before you plunk down $150 for one, you might want to know what you're getting yourself into.
Wearables

This smartwatch may be fully charged in the time it takes you to clean your teeth

A leak has said Oppo is working on a smartwatch that will have a super-fast charging system, which may see the battery recharged in just five minutes. It sounds impressive, and judging by Oppo's work on smartphone recharging, it's more than…
Wearables

Why are we so ready for wearables? We’re sick of boring smartphones

Now that smartphones all look and work the same, wearables represent the unlimited, untapped potential of what electronics can do.
Photography

Get your duck face on: The 10 best selfie sticks

With new options and configurations, extra functionality, and sturdy build quality, we rounded up some of our favorite selfie sticks for catching group or solo shots.
Cool Tech

Solar Impulse 2 starts epic around-the-world flight

Solar Impulse 2 had a smooth take-off from Abu Dhabi early Monday at the start of an epic journey that should see it become the first aircraft to fly around the world without using a drop of fuel.
Mobile

Apple making it simpler for schools to use iPads

Apple is gearing up to simplify the way schools deploy and manage iPads in the classroom. The changes will come into effect at around the same time that the company's expected to launch a larger iPad geared toward the education sector.