Autonomous vehicles could save thousands of lives. But people might not want to give up the driver's seat, and these cars might not make it to market.
Google is now under the Alphabet umbrella, but don't expect much change from the consumer-facing side of things.
Amazon announced Thursday it will no longer sell Apple or Google streaming devices. Is that a smart defensive move or a bad business decision?
The supermarket industry goes digital as the food retailers feel the pressure. New features are being rolled out to entice online food shoppers.
Leaving your electronics plugged in after they're fully charged used to do some major damage, but now it's not as much of an issue.
A new app which lets people rate each other is being pretty much universally attacked as a terrible idea.
The annual wildebeest migration between Tanzania and Kenya will be broadcast live online by Kenya's tourism board.
After five years of patent disputes, Google and Microsoft have cast their lawsuits aside, instead focusing on patent reform and video technologies.
Facebook is planning to give users more control over their profiles, including video profile pictures.
After serving as Twitter's interim CEO for three months, it looks like Jack Dorsey will finally get the top job.
Tesla's take on the modern-day SUV, the Model X, is very fast, luxurious and, of course, expensive.