After being exposed for cheating emissions tests through embedded software, VW announced a new strategy to focus on all-electric vehicles and installing more traditional emissions control systems in diesels.
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A California real estate developer has announced plans to create "a fleet" of hybrid-electric buildings powered by state-of-the-art energy storage systems from Tesla Energy.
Toyota has been testing a new automated driving test vehicle called Highway Teammate, with the aim of launching related products by around 2020.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today published its roadmap for how healthcare facilities and patients should share medical information.
Panasonic has achieved a new record for energy conversion in a photovoltaic panel, squeaking by SolarCity, which announced its own record last week.
Solar City said it has created a photovoltaic panel capable of 22% efficiency, about 7% more than average solar panels.
After two major deadline extensions, the new, vastly expanded ICD-10 medical classification system went live today, affecting every U.S. healthcare provider and insurance company, and dictating how $2.8 trillion that Americans spend each year on medical care is paid out.
Samsung announced its fastest consumer SSD, which comes in a gumstick form factor and has a top speed of 2.5Gbps. Intel announced its fastest enterprise-class PCIe SSD, an expansion card with a top speed of 5Gbps.
Now that iFixit has completed its annual iPhone teardown, rumors that the new smartphone would have 2GB of DRAM have been confirmed, along with a performance surprise.
Online backup service Backblaze is challenging other cloud service providers with a new storage option that costs just half a penny per gigabyte.
MIT and Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a system that uses MRI scans of a patient’s heart to print out a physical model, which can be used to practice surgery.
SunEdison is offering lithium-ion batteries for nine residential homes that will produce 100% of the energy they use as a proof of concept ahead of California's 2020 goal for all new homes to be energy neutral.
Xerox's printed label contains 36 bits of rewritable memory that can store up to 68 billion points of data to determine if a product is genuine, among other things.
The new camera in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus takes 4K video, generating large files that could eat into storage. But that didn't prompt Apple to upgrade the internal capacity of its new phones.
Samsung announced today it's-mass producing a 12Gbit LPDDR4 DRAM module that's 30% faster than its 8Gbit predecessor and is twice as fast as DDR4 DRAM for PCs.
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