Ford showed off its first new GT model since 2005 at the 2015 Auto Show in Detroit. The new Ford GT supercar now comes equipped a with 600-horsepower EcoBoost V-6 engine and is perhaps $100,000 more than its predecessor.
Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 on Tuesday. Windows 7 will continue to receive security updates until 2020, but Microsoft hopes most people will have upgraded to Windows 10, or beyond, by then.
Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook note that he is "committed" to building a social network where people can speak freely without fear of violence. In 2010, a Pakistani lawyer attempted to have Mr. Zuckerberg put to death over drawings of Muhammad that appeared on the site.
In communities without an electrical grid, kerosene lighting can make up a sizable part of a family's budget. The MPOWERD Luci solar-powered lantern is a cheap, reliable source of light that costs nothing to operate and can be used in storms and floods.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler spoke positively at CES 2015 about reclassifying broadband Internet providers as "common carriers." Chairman Wheeler's comments suggest the FCC will pursue strong net neutrality protections for consumers.
At CES 2015, Intel announced it would be investing $300 million to bring diversity to its workplace. The company plans on using the money to assist women and underrepresented minorities in Silicon Valley.
The redesigned Macbook Air, due out later this year, will have just a single USB Type-C port and a headphone jack, according to a report from 9to5Mac. USB Type-C cables are reversible, and can power a display or charge a computer.
Self-driving cars have been a major part of this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Automakers Mercedes, Ford, and Audi all took to the stage this week to talk about cars that manage their own traffic patterns.
At CES 2015, Toyota announced it will offer all of its 5,680 fuel cell patents royalty-free to the public. In the wake of Tesla's similar move with its electronic car patents, new things appear to be on the horizon for green car technology.
Razer, a company known for high-end gaming hardware, introduced an open-source virtual reality (OSVR) headset and platform at CES 2015. Razer hopes that companies will be able to use OSVR to make new headsets, and to make games that work on different headsets.
The Gogoro Smartscooter is a sleek scooter with programmable LED headlight and a top speed of 60 m.p.h. The Gogoro Smartscooter doesn't plug into the wall, though – riders will swap depleted batteries for fresh ones at a network of charging stations.