Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been bullish in his defense of his company following the death in May of a driver using the car’s “autopilot” feature, even claiming that in the last year “500,000 people would have been saved” if the feature was widely available.
Iris Milano could hardly sleep after she got the news that her family would be kicked out of their two-bedroom apartment in San Jose.
It was simply too hard to compete with the public tech giants, said LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman.
Amazon’s progress toward an army of helpful robots is one step closer: a prize for the best warehouse-working “picker” machine has gone to a robot designed by a team from TU Delft Robotics Institute and Delft Robotics, both based in the Netherlands.
Microsoft’s aggressive push to get users to upgrade to Windows 10 has been turned up a notch as the company begins pushing full-screen upgrade pop-up notifications to Windows 7 and 8.1.
The Tesla driver killed in the first known fatal crash involving a self-driving car may have been watching a Harry Potter movie at the time of the collision in Florida, according to a truck driver involved in the crash.
Computer company Dell is dumping a team of cleaning staff just two months after they signed a new contract giving them better pay and new protections against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Tax investigators in Spain have raided Google’s Madrid offices, in the latest investigation into the group’s tax affairs.
Happy Birthday will presumably be being played on repeat in Apple Music’s offices today. It’s one year after Apple’s music-streaming service launched and it has 15 million subscribers.
A Californian woman has won $10,000 in compensation from Microsoft after Windows 10 automatically tried and failed to install on her Windows 7 computer.
Cloud computing means being able to access the Internet anywhere, anytime and being able to use any or all of the data and applications you want.
87 percent of users who own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch are currently running the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.
Ryan Germick, a designer and illustrator for Google, doesn’t have much time for boring stuff like rules. “We don’t use handbooks or focus groups,” he says . “All we want to do is something as creative and fun as possible for as many people as possible.”
“Tact,” said the former British prime minister, Winston Churchill, “is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip.”
Amazon may share its name with mythology's greatest female warriors, but the world's largest online retailer employs just 18 women among its 120 most senior managers, and none of them report directly to the boss.
Greenpeace social media campaign forces Lego to end it's £70 million contract with Shell.
Desktop Google searches could end up slightly out of date compared to those done via smartphones, as the company begins to push mobile search.