• This image released by Bethesda Softworks shows a scene from the video game, "Doom." (Bethesda Softworks via AP)

    Review: A new ‘Doom’ is both cursed and blessed by nostalgia

    Before there was “Halo” or “Call of Duty,” the first-person shooter video games “Wolfenstein” and “Doom” defined the trigger-happy genre in three dimensions. While the former received a thoughtful reimagining in 2014’s “Wolfenstein: The New Order,” the same can’t be said for a new “Doom.”

  • This Oct. 2, 2014, file photo shows the facade of the New York Stock Exchange. Global stock markets recovered their poise Friday, May 20, 2016, in the wake of sizeable falls triggered by the U.S. Federal Reserve's surprise indication that it could raise interest rates in June. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

    Stocks move higher, led by technology and banks

    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks rose on Friday in a modest but broad rally that erased much of the losses from earlier in the week when investors had sold over fears of rising interest rates.

  • The CEO of Airbus, Tom Enders, left,  and the head of APWorks, Joachim Zettler, present the first 3D printed electric motorcycle in Ottobrunn, Germany,  Friday May 20,  2016. The motorcycle was made of metal powder by using lasermelting technology. The  bike only weighs 35 kilos.  (Sven Hoppe/dpa via AP)

    Airbus unit unveils 3D-printed electric motorcycle

    BERLIN (AP) — What weighs 77 pounds, goes 50 mph (80 kph) and looks like a Swiss cheese on wheels?

  • Ex-missile site now part of wildlife refuge opens to public

    GROSSE ILE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A portion of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge that once was home to anti-aircraft missiles is now open for visitors.

  • Dutch former soccer star Marco van Basten, Gijs de Jong, director of operations of the Dutch soccer association KNVB, and Lukas Brud, secretary of the International Football Association Board IFAB, from left to right, watch a presentation of video referee assistance in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Friday, May 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

    Dutch want video officials at next season’s domestic cup

    AMSTERDAM (AP) — Three decades after Diego Maradona scored the infamous “Hand of God” goal against England at the World Cup, the Dutch soccer association said Friday it is ready to be among the first to use video technology.

  • Clay Bavor, Google vice president of virtual reality, talks about Daydream and virtual reality during the keynote address of the Google I/O conference, Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in Mountain View, Calif. Google unveiled its vision for phones, cars, virtual reality and more during its annual conference for software developers. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

    Opportunities and hurdles with Google’s Daydream VR vision

    NEW YORK (AP) — Upcoming virtual-reality headsets based on Google’s new Daydream VR system could give more people a taste of VR and make better games and applications affordable.

  • In this Wednesday, April 20, 2016 photo, Gerard Rubio, CEO of London-based startup Kniterate, works on a prototype for an automated knitting machine his company is developing at the Hax hardware startup "accelerator" in Shenzhen, China. Hax, backed by venture capital fund SOSV, brings startups from all over the world to the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, the world's electronics manufacturing capital, which allows them to speed up their research and development. (AP Photo/Kelvin Chan)

    Edible worms, pingpong bots: Startups find mecca in Shenzhen

    SHENZHEN, China (AP) — Shenzhen is the world’s electronics manufacturing capital, so what better place to be for entrepreneurs with ideas they want to turn into actual devices?

  • In this April 20, 2016 photo, Jasen Wang, founder of Shenzhen educational robot company Makeblock, poses with some of his company's products in Shenzhen, China. Once a collection of fishing enclaves next door to Hong Kong, Shenzhen has become the epicenter of China’s manufacturing-driven miracle is staking its future growth on finance, technology and culture. (AP Photo/Kelvin Chan)

    China’s high-tech future emerges in factory town Shenzhen

    SHENZHEN, China (AP) — Forget Beijing and Shanghai. China’s economic future is emerging in Shenzhen.

  • In this March 2, 2015 file photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a conference at the Mobile World Congress, the world's largest mobile phone trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Zuckerberg is meeting with conservative leaders such as radio host Glenn Beck on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, to discuss claims that its “trending topics” feature is biased against their viewpoints. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File)

    Facebook’s Zuckerberg meets with conservatives

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday held a wide-ranging discussion with a group of conservative commentators who said afterward the Facebook CEO acknowledged the giant social network has a problem reaching conservatives.

  • This undated handout image provided by the friend of Nizar Zakka Inc., shows, Zakka, a Lebanese technology expert and advocate for Internet freedom, second right, posing with his relatives at an unidentified location. Zakka, was arrested in Tehran in September after being invited by the Iranian government to attend a conference there. Although no charges have been announced, Iranian media has accused him of being an American spy, allegations vigorously rejected by his family and associates. (Friends Nizar Zakka Inc. via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    APNewsBreak: Lebanese man held in Iran had past US contracts

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A nonprofit organization headed by a Lebanese citizen held prisoner in Iran received grants totaling $730,000 from the U.S. government for projects in the Middle East, The Associated Press has learned.