A day after Trump stunned his fellow NATO leaders, shoving one of them out of the way for a photo-op and demanding that they "must do more" to offset defense costs which are mostly borne by the US, Trump lobbed another bomb at the European center-rig
Google co-founder is building airship designed to be able to deliver supplies and food on humanitarian missions to remote locations, sources said
Amazon has been able to disrupt traditional retailers because its technology is so advanced, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday. "They're going to have robots building robots. And then we're really going to have nothing. We may be naked," Cramer said o
We are allowed to use the land as the sovereign sees fit – and not otherwise. If we use it in ways forbidden, the king – whoops, Uncle – will punish us. He can also just take it from us via another noxious doctrine – that of eminent domain.
The Airlander 10 combines technology from airplanes, helicopters and airships. It is designed to fly at altitudes of 6,100 meters for up to five days when manned. It is the largest aircraft currently flying. It is 92 meters (310 feet) long.
Data mining is such a prosaic part of our online lives that it's hard to sustain consumer interest in it, much less outrage.
Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai announced the new chip on Wednesday during a keynote address at the Alphabet Inc. unit's annual I/O event.
For a mature company that kickstarted supercomputing as we know it, Cray has done a rather impressive job of reinventing itself over the years.
Oracle is as famous within the tech industry for its legal department as it is for its ubiquitous database software. The company's lawyer-heavy reputation was immortalized in this classic comic by Googler Manu Cornet:
After eight long, bitter years under Obama, will things go better for entrepreneurs and small businesses now that Donald Trump is in the White House?
Daimler presented its emerging second battery factory in Kamenz, Germany with a big splash, accompanied by chancellor Angela Merkel no less.
Volvo CEO Håkan Samuelsson revealed that his company is updating its business model to a changing world; a world that is demanding more and more plug-in vehicles.
The New York Times reports Ford dumped CEO Mark Fields for Jim Hackett, the head of Ford mobility and driverless vehicles. Fields was not moving fast enough on autonomous vehicles and electric power.