PCMag.com Watch a Hololens-Wearing Mario Galavant Through Central Park 2017-06-23T20:33:48.607000000+00:00 An intrepid computer programmer recreated the first level of the Super Mario Bros. video game for the HoloLens and played it in New York City's Central Park. Google to Stop Scanning Gmail Messages to Serve Up Ads 2017-06-23T19:32:10.538000000+00:00 Google apparently has enough data about your online activity to serve you targeted advertisements without its controversial email scanning program. New Nissan Leaf Will Come With Self-Driving Tech 2017-06-23T19:32:10.533000000+00:00 Nissan plans to equip the next-generation Leaf with its ProPilot system, which can control brakes, steering, and acceleration on the highway. This Company Wants Easy, Secure Software Updates for Your Car 2017-06-23T17:29:26.870000000+00:00 Over-the-air software updates are common for phones, but not for cars. That could change with two new partnerships announced by automotive supplier Continental. Drones Use Wi-Fi to 3D Map Hidden Objects 2017-06-23T15:58:48.051000000+00:00 Two drones working together can create a 3D image of objects hidden behind a wall by bouncing wireless signals off each other. Amazon Patent Tips Drone Delivery Tower 2017-06-23T15:19:31.579000000+00:00 Imagine a beehive the size of a skyscraper, but instead of bees there's autonomous drones flying in and out to deliver packages all day. Pokemon Go Cheats Will Catch Pokemon With Behavior Problems 2017-06-23T13:05:32.756000000+00:00 Niantic is responding to cheaters by messing with their Pokemon Go experience. Tesla in Talks to Build Cars in China 2017-06-23T13:05:32.751000000+00:00 But such a deal is far from easy thanks to China's strict rules on foreign companies operating there. Google Classroom Could Bridge a Gap in Online Learning 2017-06-23T13:05:32.663000000+00:00 With its emphasis on simplicity and collaboration, Google Classroom could be a conduit for in-person classrooms and learning management systems. Google: 180-Degree Video Is the Future of VR 2017-06-23T00:06:59.435000000+00:00 Wait, didn't a new crop of consumer 360-degree cameras just go on sale this year? Yes, but Google says its new VR180 standard is much easier to work with.