According to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), bigwig German automaker BMW is recalling over 156,000 cars and SUVs in the US due to engine stall issues.
The problem which has prompted the recall by BMW either causes the engine of the affected vehicles to lose power or stops the engine completely.
Device maker Acer has recently marked its foray into the burgeoning wearable devices arena with a fitness-tracking smartband - called the Liquid Leap smartband - which can be used with mobile devices. The smartband captures fitness information and is equipped with sensors to track a wide range of health-related activities.
At the Computer Human Interaction (CHI) conference held in Toronto, the research division of US software giant Microsoft presented a prototype keyboard which has the capability to interpret basic hand gestures.
According to an announcement made by AOL on Monday, the company is investigating into a security incident which involved unauthorized access to its network and systems.
During the course of a recent interview with CNBC, sportswear giant Nike's CEO Mark Parker said that the company has shifted focus from its Nike Fuelband fitness tracking device to software development. Parker also said that the company is "excited" about its future plans with Apple.
In a move which will mark the expansion of Chevrolet's Corvette line of vehicles with new additions, the bigwig automobile company apparently plans to launch two special editions - the Atlantic Convertible and the Pacific Coupe - for its 2LT and 3LT convertibles and coupes.
According to a Computer World report, Google is apparently considering the deployment of Wi-Fi networks in towns and cities in which it is currently offering its Google Fiber high-speed Internet service.
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