PCMag.com Are Autonomous Vehicle Tests a Public Hazard? 2017-07-21T22:20:48.102000000+00:00 Unlike other technologies, testing of self-driving cars on public roads could cause safety concerns and have an immediate negative impact on society. Report: Verizon Throttles Netflix, YouTube During Networks Tests 2017-07-21T21:47:48.283000000+00:00 Verizon says the speed discrepancies were related to 'network testing over the past few days to optimize the performance of video applications on our network.' Lyft Goes All In on Driverless Car Tech 2017-07-21T19:35:49.487000000+00:00 'To be clear, we aren't thinking of our self-driving division as a side project,' Lyft's VP of Engineering Luc Vincent wrote in a blog post. 'It's core to our business.' Why We Need Bill Nye More Than Ever 2017-07-21T17:56:50.609000000+00:00 Everyone's favorite 'Science Guy' stops by PCMag to discuss how nerds can save the world. Alexa Headed to Amazon's Main Android App 2017-07-21T17:01:53.395000000+00:00 Four months after adding Alexa to its shopping app for iPhone, Amazon is bringing the same functionality to Android. I Owe an Apology to Bluetooth Speakers Everywhere 2017-07-21T15:22:57.096000000+00:00 I was wrong to doubt them. Bluetooth speakers are invaluable mobile accessories. Nintendo 64 Controller Trademark Hints at N64 Classic 2017-07-21T15:11:56.153000000+00:00 It makes sense that after the NES Classic and SNES Classic we'd get an N64 Classic, and Nintendo is certainly suggesting that with this trademark. YouTube Redirecting Potential ISIS Recruits to Anti-Terrorist Content 2017-07-21T15:11:56.142000000+00:00 The platform will redirect people searching for violent extremist content to videos that confront and discredit extremist messaging and mythology. Sony Using Copyright Law to Stop Spread of Leaked PS4 Dev Kit 2017-07-21T13:32:49.791000000+00:00 Sony isn't just ensuring all downloads are removed, it is forcing even discussions of the leaked PS4 software development kit offline. Google's Motion Stills App Now on Android 2017-07-21T13:21:50.296000000+00:00 To bring Motion Stills to Android, Google's engineers built a 'new recording experience,' which transforms everything you capture into short clips.