Eight years in development and Google's Waymo is ready to introduce its self-driving cars to the world. While they aren't quite ready for the public, they're extremely close. This demo shows a car in action and what the future of drive will look like.
For the first time, Steven Spielberg and Meryl Streep are together in the same film. The Post stars Streep as The Washington Post's Katharine Graham, the first woman owner of a major newspaper, with Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee. The story centers on the decision to publish the Pentagon Papers, a study commissioned by former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, that blew the lid off the US government's three-decade-long involvement in Vietnam. The Post comes to theaters December 22, 2017.
Most of us don't sleep as much as we should. So instead of turning up with puffy eyes or dark circles, apply the Oars + Alps Wake Up Eye Stick and look like you slept for a full 12 hours. The caffeinated stick is free of any fragrances, parabens, sulfates, and phthalates and is made up of natural ingredients sourced from the Arctic Circle. Use it in the morning before you leave the house, or after lunch for a quick pick-me-up.
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The ideal brush is one you'll actually want to use (twice) every day. Named one of the TIME's Best Inventions, quip is the slim, simple, and surprisingly enjoyable electric toothbrush designed to help you brush better, from just $25. Its sensitive sonic vibration pulses every 30 seconds for 2 full minutes to guide a full clean in hard to reach places. quip's nifty cover mounts to mirrors at home and hygienically stores your brush for travel in a bag or carry-on. When you subscribe, you'll get fresh brush heads automatically delivered on a dentist-recommended schedule — when your old bristles become dirty and ineffective — starting at $5 every 3 months with free shipping worldwide.
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When he's not making movies, Keanu Reeves is indulging in his real passion — making motorcycles. Together with co-founder Gard Hollinger, they start Arch Motorcycle Company. More than just a custom shop, Arch uses big v-twin engines set in custom frames and bodywork, with each bike tailored to its individual customer. With a radical new model on the horizon, Arch showed off the latest in VR and computer-controlled manufacturing techniques, along with some old-school hand craftsmanship in this tour of their facility.
It was the car that created it's own category — the pony car. The Ford Mustang took the chassis from the Ford Falcon and draped it in beautiful two-door, long hood-short deck bodywork that was the template others would follow. While GM's Camero and Firebird took a hiatus or disappeared completely over the years, the Mustang has never gone out of production. Here's how the original pony car has changed over the last 50-plus years.