Wikileaks unleashed an unprecedented collection of CIA hacking tools and code with the codename Vault 7, to the tune of 8,761 docs and files, and hundreds of millions of lines of code. Wikileaks claims this is the biggest dump of its kind.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has revealed new photos of his human moon shuttle, the New Glenn, named after John Glenn. Bezos says that his first customer is the satellite operator Eutelsat.
Pinterest has released a browser extension that will let you buy anything you see on the Web. It doesn't even have to be on Pinterest. The feature is exclusive to Chrome right now, but Pinterest engineer Kent Brewster says the extension will come to other browsers soon.
Also, Airbus releases a flying car concept that reeks of the future. And we talk with Joe Dugandzic from SmarterHomeLife.com about creating a smart home on a budget.
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- Jeff Bezos has revealed photos of the New Glenn rocket engine designed to help Blue Origin shuttle humans to the moon
- Pinterest will now let you search for products using any image you find online — without visiting Pinterest
- After pushing back, Amazon hands over Echo data in Arkansas murder case
- Keys Required: Life After Smart Lock
- Airbus reveals a modular, self-piloting flying car concept
- Airbus’ new concept is a car, a drone, and a train all in one