Oil Shock Streaks Across Globe From Moscow to Tehran to Caracas. Ready for $40?
A year ago, Amazon.com workers like 34-year-old Rejinaldo Rosales hiked miles of aisles each shift to "pick" each item a customer ordered and prepare it for shipping.
Silver was probably the most powerful antibiotic, antifungal substance known prior to World War II. During this time, silver was ground up into small particles and suspended in a fluid known as colloidal silver.
Get a FORTIS exoskeleton and you'll instantly have: 1) superhero strength; and 2) a superhero costume. Two birds, one stone. Like Iron Man. Lockheed Martin is developing this unpowered, lightweight external structure to enhance user strength, enduran
Is it cool enough to be called the Coolest? You decide. After months of anticipation (well, my 6-packs, margarita mix, and I were waiting with bated breath) the Coolest Cooler has finally launched its Kickstarter campaign.
Conflicting Shopping Headlines: NY Times "Brisk Sales", Yahoo "Black Friday Shopping Crowds Thin"
Following our recent report of a Chinese company printing 10 houses in a day, the potential for architects to essentially click-and-print complex large-scale projects on a regular basis has moved a step closer to reality. This week, the UK's Loughbor
New York (AFP) - Banks Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Standard Bank and a unit of chemical producer BASF conspired to manipulate platinum and palladium prices, according to a US lawsuit filed this week.
TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Ever since a civil war split the two sides more than 60 years ago, China has viewed Taiwan as a renegade province that needs to be absorbed into the mainland. To that end, the legion of Taiwanese businessmen working in Ch
It's sort of like one of those old "Twilight Zone" episodes. What if you had a billion dollars, but you couldn't use it to buy what you wanted?
Tesla Motors has now completed upgrades to its Fremont, California, plant ahead of an expected production increase.
A punctured tire is the definition of a bad day, but Michelin is taking some of the sting out as it announces the opening of its newest North American plant, which the company says is the first in the world dedicated to the manufacture of airless tir
Using data from the World Trade Organization we created these maps to show which foreign nations the United States and European Union get most of their fuel imports from.
There's a strange feeling people get when something changes about a regular item on their shopping lists.
Having payment card information is crucial for keeping customers within one's ecosystem, and the biggest tech companies have done a great job at convincing people that their services for sending/receiving payments and purchasing goods are trustwort
In the grand scheme of totally insane ideas from major tech companies right now, Google's Project Loon actually falls somewhere in the middle.
The European parliament is considering a motion that would suggest Google unbundle its search engine from its other products, The Financial Times reported this afternoon.
Mike Rubenstein wants to put robots in the classroom.
Winter is coming. Will the roads be prepared?
For months, a powerful U.S. senator has been pushing for details of a murky deal under which a Russian manufacturer supplies the rocket engines used to launch America's spy satellites into space.
These 'Average' Barbie Dolls -- With Stretch Marks And Cellulite -- Are Coming In Time For Christmas.
Can Bob Marley become the Marlboro Man of marijuana?
WeWork is red hot. Offering co-working spaces where startups and freelancers can feel like they're part of something larger, it's valued at $1.5 billion, and it's on track to triple membership within the next 12 months.
Snapchat has long promised to make your online messages disappear. And now it can help make your money disappear, too.
A startup has started selling a battery that helps solar and wind power operate in remote locations.
Last year, the world ate roughly 70,000 metric tons more cocoa than it produced. By 2020, the two chocolate-makers warn that that number could swell to 1 million metric tons.
Astro Teller, head of the Internet giant's skunk works research lab, talks about Glass, future pricing and how the smart eyewear has become a "poster child" for privacy concerns.
U.S. airlines are saving tens of millions of dollars every week because of lower prices for jet fuel, their largest expense. So why don't they share some of the savings with passengers?
The nerve of some people! Imagine coming to a city and doing business without first asking permission from local officials!
E-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd reported more than $9 billion in sales on China's Singles' Day on Tuesday, illustrating the buying power of the Chinese consumer and the importance of the event in the retail calendar.