• The artist impression provided on the website of the European Space Agency ESA on Sept. 29, 2016 shows ESA's Rosetta cometary probe. The spacecraft will be crash landed on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Sept. 30, 2016. (J. Huart/ESA via AP)

    Scientists bid farewell to Rosetta space probe before crash

    BERLIN (AP) — Scientists began saying their final farewells to the Rosetta space probe Thursday, hours before its planned crash-landing on a comet, but said that data collected during the mission would provide discoveries for many years to come.

  • Navy insists speedy warship will be fine after a bumpy start

    NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) — Five of seven of the U.S. Navy’s speedy new warships have had engine problems in the past year and four of them are now considered “test” ships that’ll rarely, if ever, be deployed.

  • This Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, file photo shows the dashboard of the Tesla Model X car, at the company's headquarters in Fremont, Calif. Newer cars that connect to the internet are capable of collecting vast amounts of data about their drivers. Tesla Motors has used data to reveal, sometimes within hours of a crash, how fast the driver was going and whether or not the company’s semi-autonomous Autopilot system was engaged. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

    Q&A: The data your car collects and who can use it

    DETROIT (AP) — Your car knows more about you than you think.

    Updated: 11:16 am

  • A woman is wheeled away from the Hoboken Terminal train station on a stretcher Thursday Sept. 29, 2016, after a New Jersey Transit commuter train from New York barreled into the station during the morning rush hour, in Hoboken, N.J. (AP Photo/Karen Matthews)

    The Latest: New Jersey doesn’t have key rail safety system

    HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — The Latest on the commuter train that crashed into a station in New Jersey (all times local):

    Updated: 3:51 pm

  • Tesla rear-ends bus in Germany, driver blames autopilot

    BERLIN (AP) — Police in northern Germany say that a Tesla driver is blaming the car’s autopilot after crashing into the rear end of a bus on a highway.

  • In this Thursday, March 3, 2016, file photo, people work on a job search on a computer at an office in Atlanta. On Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, the U.S. government plans to cede control of some of the internet’s core systems, namely, the directories that help web browsers and apps know where to find the latest weather, maps and Facebook musings. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

    AP EXPLAINS: US ceding control of core Internet systems

    NEW YORK (AP) — On Saturday, the U.S. government plans to cede control of some of the internet’s core systems — namely, the directories that help web browsers and apps know where to find the latest weather, maps and Facebook musings.

    Updated: 11:27 am

  • In this Sept. 26, 2016, photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton answers a question during the presidential debate with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Clinton has vowed to respond to foreign hacking the same as any other attack against the United States. She’s openly blamed Russia for recent U.S. cyber break-ins while Donald Trump wondered if overseas governments or overweight hackers at home were responsible. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

    Clinton vows to retaliate against foreign hackers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton is vowing anew to respond to foreign hacking the same as any other attack against the United States. When she openly blamed Russia for recent U.S. cyber break-ins, Donald Trump wondered whether to blame overseas governments or overweight hackers working from home.

  • Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt prepares to drive his modified Corvette on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, in Las Vegas. Schmidt was paralyzed from the neck down in a crash 16 years ago. His car uses four cameras to monitor his head and transmit his movements to the tires. He breathes into a tube to accelerate and sucks the air out when he wants to brake. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

    Disabled man gets license, shows driverless tech’s potential

    DETROIT (AP) — Former Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt has done a lot in the 16 years since an accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. He runs a racing team and a foundation. He’s raced a sailboat using his chin. But the man who raced in the Indianapolis 500 hasn’t been able to drive around his neighborhood — until now.

  • WADA says electronic database is safe despite cyber attack

    PARIS (AP) — Despite the hack of personal medical information from some of the world’s leading athletes, the World Anti-Doping Agency says its overall electronic database is safe.

  • Microsoft’s 3Q earnings grow 31 pct; stock falls

    In this Jan. 5, 2011 file photo, Microsoft chief executive officer Steve Ballmer gives his Keynote speech for the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. Microsoft reports quarterly earnings Thursday, April 28, 2011, after the market close.(AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, file)

    Microsoft Corp.’s latest quarterly earnings rose 31 percent even as sales of its Windows operating system sagged.