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Elon Musk says that new hardware and software packages should make all new Teslas fully autonomous by the end of 2017, accelerating Silicon Valley's race toward self-driving cars.
The Pixel cannot succeed simply by matching the iPhone’s technical specs, say observers. It will also need to tap into the deep-seated habits and loyalties of millions of smartphone consumers.
With nearly half of its population dependent on farming as a livelihood, a new app helps Indian farmers rent the machinery they need.
Some in Silicon Valley say Paypal founder Peter Thiel's support of Donald Trump is support for 'violence and hate' and that he should be fired from Y Combinator, where he is a part-time partner.
Earlier this month, Czech police arrested a Russian hacker with the help of the FBI. The international nature of cyberattacks has made it even more difficult to catch hackers.
Usage of Yahoo's email service appears stable, even after more than 500 million users saw their passwords, phone numbers, and other information accessed in a data breach.
Can a prize money competition find solutions to scientific and technological problems?
A program funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is developing an assistive piloting system that could be added to any aircraft, even vintage planes built before the addition of electronics.
WikiLeaks claimed Monday that a 'state party' disrupted Julian Assange's internet access. Does he have the same online rights to freedom of expression as political dissidents, even if the WikiLeaks documents appear to be stolen?
Germany's Federal Motor Authority is warning Tesla owners that their vehicles' 'autopilot' feature still requires the driver to pay attention to the road at all times.
In August, the White House released a chatbot that allows citizens to contact the President, who reads ten letters and messages each night.
While pundits are in disagreement about the role the media should play in vetting politicians' statements, readers are bringing record traffic to fact-checking websites like Politifact.
Twitter's decision to suspend the startup drew praise from privacy activists and highlighted tensions between police and the American public.
Alibaba pay by nodding: Eager to improve the virtual reality shopping experience, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba developed a payment system where customers can pay by nodding.