Speculation surrounding Apple's interest in automobile technology have persisted for years.
Jones, who has 858,000 followers on Twitter, has built up his profile while promulgating sensationalist conspiracy. theories.
Analysts covering Tesla debate if Elon Musk's share proposal is a fair price for the stock, or if the transaction will even materialize.
Female AI is, more often than not, envisaged in a submissive servile role.
Alexa will continue creeping into consumers' homes for the foreseeable future.
Exclusive AP investigation reveals that even with Location History paused, some Google apps automatically store time-stamped location data without asking.
Going private would offer Musk and his team much more control over the company's future vision and daily operations.
The murkiness of the $72 billion financing could turn into a legal mine field for Musk and Tesla.
Tinder parent company Match Group saw a rise in share prices after a better-than-expected quarterly earnings report.
Apple's stylish, must-have technology has redefined society since two mavericks named Steve started the company 42 years ago.
Losses mount yet again. But improving margins offer a preview of a better second half of 2018.
Chinese state-run media outlet said the world's most populous country had no plans to allow for a return of the Alphabet company.
Doctors and AI can work together to solve medicine's greatest challenges.
Samsung Q2 earnings dragged by weak smartphone sales, chips business remains strong.
What if we could fundamentally shift our thinking and reset our energy priorities and investment plans?
The company warned it expects revenue growth to decelerate in the next couple of quarters as it promotes new, and for now less profitable, products.
To the ordinary person, commercial space travel may seem like a pipe dream, but at an embryonic level a few well-funded space companies are creaking into action.
Zuckerberg said in an interview that offensive content isn't necessarily banned unless it is to organize harm or attack someone.
Is Intel's business model and the demands of shareholders a threat to the microprocessor giant?