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Musk lays out his vision on the future of autonomous vehicles.
Carmaker reports $702 million first-quarter loss after two straight profitable quarters, and foresees further losses, while touting strong demand for its vehicles.
Children younger than a year old shouldn't be exposed to any electronic screens, according to guidelines issued Wednesday by the World Health Organization.
Amazon team members with access to Alexa users' geographic coordinates can easily type them into third-party mapping software and find home residences.
Former AI research scientist encourages dissent over how technology affects human rights, the latest in a line of protests by current and former Googlers.
College reveals are a thing now.
Sensorvault said to contain location info about most Android users, and lawmakers want to know how it's used and who has access.
California's existing rules will allow digital economy to innovate and flourish
When you find love so sweet, you want a wedding dipped in chocolate. Speaking of chocolate, is it time to stop counting calories? When it comes to digging up dinosaur bones, its not necessarily finders keepers. And blind theater: See a play in complete darkness.
Twitter said the meeting -- initiated by the president -- focused on "protecting the health of the public conversation ahead of the 2020 U.S. elections and efforts underway to respond to the opioid crisis.
Tech companies are deciding between user convenience and potential damage to their brands.
Sen. Ron Wyden's call follows a report last week that the FTC is reviewing Mark Zuckerberg's past statements and could seek more oversight of his leadership as part of a settlement to end a federal inquiry.
Wing, a delivery venture that is part of Google parent Alphabet, has become the first drone company to be certified as an "air carrier" by the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing it to launch a package delivery service within months in Blacksburg, Virginia.
The 18-year-old New Yorker claims he was forced to respond to multiple false allegations" in several states, which caused severe stress and damaged his reputation.
Number of daily active users rises to 134 million as company phases out reporting monthly active users.
Jennifer Newstead, described by a colleague as the "day-to-day manager" of the 2001 Patriot Act, was named Monday as Facebook's new general counsel.
In honor of the upcoming release of Avengers: End Game, a look at how Earth would fare if Thanos actually killed off half of all life on it. In case you hadnt heard the buzz, bees living on the Notre-Dames roof survived the big fire.The story of a doctor who lived with his patients corpse 
Prosecution counters that what Holmes gets will depend on whether U.S. attorneys have access to agencies' documents.
CEO Elon Musk also says Tesla plans to introduce robotaxis next year, although he said regulatory issues may limit where they will be rolled out.
Google has 'a culture of retaliation,' two employees charge, as company denies it punished them for activism.