President Barack Obama brought the laughs at his last White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
After it bought the remains of bankrupt carmaker Fisker Automotive, Chinese auto-parts Wanxiang laid out plans to relaunch Fisker’s Karma luxury plug-in hybrid.
With namesake Henrik Fisker long gone, those plans included a name change to Karma Automotive.
One would think you’d have to go away for longer than eight months to truly hype a “comeback” (especially for a guy who’s gone more than a year between matches multiple times) but Floyd Mayweather strongly hinted last night that he could be doing just that, thanks to reportedly asinine figures being offered to put on another one of his dull ass fights.
For babies, the sound of their mother’s voice isn’t just comforting — it can be the key to healthy brain development. That’s not easy to manage forpremature babies stuck in incubators, though, and Samsung thinks smartphones might help out. Its Voice of Life app lets a mom record her heartbeat and voice on her phone, and “wombifies” that audio (that is, remove the high frequencies) for playback on a speaker at the baby’s side. It not only provides a reassuring sound in the middle of a neonatal care unit, but helps parents connect to a child that they may rarely see in those crucial first weeks or months after birth.
President Obama’s older daughter Malia will attend Harvard University after first taking a gap year, the White House said Sunday.
Last night, SpaceX released some new information on what it will cost you to sent a satellite into orbit aboard their Falcon 9 or Falcon 9 Heavy rockets, anywhere from $62 to $90 million.