Looking to take a bite out of the Japanese food market, electronics giant Toshiba has announced plans to construct a vegetable production factory in the city of Yokosuka.
Remember when Google said it was banning developers from displaying advertisements on Google Glass?
After more than a decade of development, China's first modern airliner is finally ready for customer delivery, according to the Associated Press.
Now here's a value proposition: a robot that makes custom cocktails for you at the push of a touchscreen button.
George Soros dumped his stakes in banks and went for tech and gold miners in the first quarter, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday.
BitPay, world leader in business solutions for Bitcoin digital currency, announces a partnership with Euro Pacific Precious Metals.
Back in March, we told you about Pornhub's plan to run its first ever national ad campaign on television and in magazines.
In a further enhancement to its largest and fastest business jet, the G650,
Japanese company Power Japan Plus has announced the development and planned mass-production of "Ryden," a disruptive carbon battery that can be charged 20 times faster than an ordinary lithium-ion cell.
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Ratings at CNN, MSNBC and Fox News have all been plummeting in recent years, and newspaper ad revenues are about a third of what they were back in the year 2000.
Gun retailers say the Obama administration is trying to put them out of business with regulations and investigations that bypass Congress and choke off their lines of credit, freeze their assets and prohibit online sales.
Apple and Google's Motorola Mobility unit have agreed to drop all lawsuits against each other and work together on patent reform.
The latest in remotely piloted dance moves from the UAV industry's biggest event.
Medellin was once the world's most murderous city, famed for cocaine cartels and death squads. But now, writes Harriet Alexander, it is putting its business acumen to good use, and reinventing itself as a thriving tech hub
Elon Musk says he’s increasingly confident that a massive factory will lower battery costs enough for a mass-market electric vehicle.
A Japanese beverage company has an out-of-this-world advertising idea. Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. said it's going to shoot a can filled with its beloved beverage Pocari Sweat and embossed with its logo to the moon.
Google has appointed a marketing guru as the new head of Google Glass.
Well, that meeting of the Federal Communications Commission earlier today was certainly a lot of sound and fury signifying next to nothing.
We recently noted that crude oil prices vary markedly around the world due to multiple factors but the derivative that so many of us use - gasoline (or petrol as some might say) - varies even more so.
The youngest son of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, has been appointed head of legal affairs at Ukraine's largest private gas producer — a move he said would benefit Ukrainians and the country's economy.
Microsoft has announced a turn-around on its policy towards the somewhat controversial Kinect sensor, usually bundled with its next-gen Xbox One console.
It's been about three years since we last tested one of Zero Motorcycles' electric bikes, and in that time, the company has been very busy.
Donald Sterling, Los Angeles Clippers owner, was recorded by his mistress making some crude racist remarks.
Meghan sat down with Patrick Byrne of Overstock.com and the recent FreedomSummit event in Arizona.
Math geek Vi Hart explains Net Neutrality.
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What would you say about an economy where businesses are shutting down faster than they are opening?
Citi Research is out with a list of 10 disruptive innovations.