Before the machines become smart enough to replace humans, as some people fear, they need to be taught.
Intel is expected to report first-quarter earnings after the bell Thursday.
Instagram has been growing like crazy since it went live in 2010, and under Facebook it has had ample resources to keep that up.
Bracken Darrell, CEO and president of Logitech, discusses earnings and how his business is addressing the growth of products such as Amazon's Alexa and Google Home.
Fitbit's shares (FIT) have plunged by nearly 70% during the past 52-weeks.
Alphabet's big profits are expected to demonstrate yet again that Google queries is the web's most valuable real estate for advertisements.
More than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures along with big aerospace firms are taking on the dream of the flying car. NYT reports.
Bose calls the allegations "inflammatory" and "misleading," denying the companion Connect app collects and shares information about its users.
A handful of Google engineers have left the tech giant to form a super secretive start-up.
Facebook’s chief, Mark Zuckerberg, realized early that creating the best new features is not as important as owning the biggest and most engaged network.
Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets hardware analyst, and James Kisner, Jefferies analyst, give their different perspectives on IBM's upcoming earnings report as the business transitions to the cloud.
The social media giant deploys teams of content moderators who are trained to remove content that violates the company's policies.
Officials in New York City are moving to require Uber to provide a tipping option in the app.
A couple of years ago, China quietly surpassed the U.S. in spending on the later stage of R&D that turns discoveries into commercial products.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association described how it planned to rein in the start-up in the future.
A panel recommends that the U.S. develop tools to measure technology, jobs and skills as AI advances, the New York Times reports.
There are many reasons for the sorry state of commercial aviation in America, and technology is one of them.
Security researchers: it's possible to defeat smartphone fingerprint readers, the New York Times reports.
Toshiba's losses associated with Westinghouse Electric, and its troubled nuclear power arm, have led to "uncertainty" over its future.
Shares of chip maker Nvidia dropped Monday after an analyst note shared bearish supply chain data.