The covers came off the BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage concept at the 2015 Concorso d’Elegance Villa d’Este over the weekend, and there’s much more to the lime green two-door than that oversized rear wing. There’s a smaller, roof-mounted spoiler, also lime green. Plus more swoops and curves than we can count. Most of those are lime green as well. Add in a racing-inspired interior that manages to make room for a luxuriant swath of hardwood on the dash and you’ve got a very striking concept fueled by some serious performance heritage.
If Internet sensation Riley Curry keeps this up, her dad’s appearance in the NBA Finals next week is going to be a mere footnote.
Riley, adorable daughter of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, is now stealing hearts on her mom’s CSN Bay Area cooking show, “Cookin’ with the Currys.”
Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group is one of the most exciting divisions of any major technology company: It’s where Project Ara, Google’s modular phone experiment, and Project Tango, Google’s 3D-mapping tool, were born and are continuing to be incubated. Now, Google is shooting for the moon with another big idea—Project Jacquard.
Not content with creating a robot cheetah that can run and jump over obstacles at astonishing speeds, researchers at MIT have also developed this incredibly tiny origami robot that can not only fold itself, it can also walk, swim, and then destroy itself when it’s no longer needed.
The U.S. formally dropped Cuba from its state sponsors of terrorism list Friday, removing another barrier as the two countries try to re-establish diplomatic ties after 54 years of isolation.
Sepp Blatter won an unprecedented fifth term as the president of FIFA on Friday amid what may be the largest controversy in his organization’s history.
A new species of ancient human has been discovered in Ethiopia.