Beverly Hills City Council has voted—unanimously—to build up a fleet of autonomous cars that will be used to provide an on-demand transport service in the area.
Looks like all that #droughtshaming worked. Last month, California’s urban water use dropped more than the 25% reduction ordered by Governor Jerry Brown—the state cut water use by 27.3%, in fact. We did it!
On August 18, 1982 the Beverly Hills Police Department took a rather unusual perp into custody: a robot called DC-2. The crime? Illegally distributing business cards and generally causing a commotion on North Beverly Drive. It was probably the first time a robot had ever been arrested.
Nostalgia is this weird, nagging sort of feeling. It can be mined for pleasure, sure, but sometimes it's a nebulous notion of a thing with fuzz corners, floating around somewhere at in your chest like an itch you just can't scratch. Something warm, but empty inside. The Kamikaze Heart's "Beverly Hills" is just like…