We’re losing the plot on what makes Tesla, and distracted driving, dangerous.
The company's recently-patented idea for in-car advertising sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
Blame distracted drivers.
“I think the really difficult case is going to be a case in which some third party is hurt."
Look up from that Mewtwo, or you could get in trouble.
If this doesn't make you paranoid of police, you're probably a cop.
Researchers find a weakness in the brain's excellent error-correction hardware.
It'd be funny if it weren't so dangerous.
More kids are being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, than ever before -- an impressive 66 percent more than 10 years ago, to be exact, according to "a new study":http://www.northwestern.edu/newscenter/stories/2012/0...