Australian website motoring.com reports the next installment of the Subaru Impreza WRX STI will be a hybrid car that uses fuel and electricity.
Nissan Motor Company Ltd. is designing a system for its electric vehicles known for now as range extenders that generate electricity on its own.
Square Enix releases a PS4 port for the PC version of "Final Fantasy" VII.
OpenDNS and Bluebox Security found security flaws for the Hello Barbie app that makes it prone to Poodle.
Virgin Galactic's Boeing 747 aircraft named Cosmic Girl will be launching satellites for OneWeb and NASA.
Tech hulk Google submits car patents for self-driving cars that justify systems of human and car interactions.
Rumors have it that the car company, Mitsubishi, had supply delays that caused the new Outlander SUV to launch in May 2016.
French automaker Peugeot showcases its concept car known as 308 R Hybrid that mixly uses electricity and petrol.
Prices for solid state drives are falling and projected to be as cheap as a hard disk drive in days to come.
Toyota tests a two-seater version of i-Road in Tokyo's Shibuya Ward and is part of the company's Open Road Project that started in July 2015.
Solar-oriented company Greenlight Planet delivers seven million solar lamps to replace kerosene lamps all over the world.
Engineers from Stanford reinvent anti-corrosive silicon solar cells to make artificial photosynthesis underwater possible.
Autobahn's "Tune It Safe" campaign chooses the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray as its new model to promote legal and safe vehicle modification.
Fans of the Pepper Robot design clothes, wigs and accessories to make the machine look like an actual human being.