Watch A Takata Airbag Explode In Slow Motion

Watch A Takata Airbag Explode In Slow Motion

Last year, owners of vehicles equipped with shrapnel-shooting Takata airbags shared their point of view of the massive safety device recall, likening the situation to driving around with an explosive device in their steering wheel and dashboard. Their description was no doubt frightening, but seeing one of the airbags rupture in real time is even more so.  [More]

Flaw In Android Device Sensor Leaves Users’ Fingerprints Vulnerable To Theft

Flaw In Android Device Sensor Leaves Users’ Fingerprints Vulnerable To Theft

Using your fingerprint to open your phone may be convenient but it could also pose a security risk. That’s according to security researchers who discovered a way to breach Android devices to steal the unique prints. [More]

Latest Auto Hack Target: Tesla’s Model S

Latest Auto Hack Target: Tesla’s Model S

For the third time in three weeks security researchers have taken control of a vehicle through flaws in its computer systems. The latest target? None other than Tesla’s Model S. [More]

Expensive Flowers Are Better Than No Flowers On Valentine's Day

Expensive Flowers Are Better Than No Flowers On Valentine's Day

According to enterprising scientists, people buy last minute Valentine’s Day gifts to avoid a fight, rather than to express love—as any lazy lover can attest. The marketing researchers devised three experiments to prove that our susceptibility to negative advertising is directly impacted by how long we wait to whip out the wallet.