Chris Lattner, who served at Apple for more than a decade, said in a online message to Apple developers on Tuesday morning that he would "leave Apple later this month to pursue an opportunity in another space" without saying which company he planned to join. Tesla's Autopilot was overseen on an interim basis by the software chief Jinnah Hosein of SpaceX, which is...
Lattner has been at Apple since 2005, Recode reports.
Microsoft is planning to simplify the diagnostic data collection levels, The Verge reports.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 10- U.S. software company Anaplan, which has raised more than $240 million, has tied up a critical loose end as it steams toward an initial public offering expected this year: hiring a chief executive officer. Anaplan said on Tuesday it snagged longtime Silicon Valley finance executive Frank A. Calderoni to fill the top job at the company, which had...
Josh Hartung, CEO at Polysync, talks about how his company develops software for self-driving cars.
Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's core internet business for $4.8 billion in July.
*Britain's FTSE 100 hits another peak. The pan-European STOXX index slid 0.4 percent, while the FTSE 100 rose 0.4 percent after hitting an all-time high of 7,243.76 points in its 10th straight session of gains. "Domestic populist politics trumps the trade card for now, it seems and that is weighing on the pound, whilst simultaneously giving another boost to the...
For decades, dominance in the tech industry was based on software or hardware. Now it is based on who owns the best data, the Times reports.
Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields, Monday on CNBC, explained the automaker's ambitious plan to create the autonomous vehicle of the future.
Google's Rajan Anandan talks about demonetization accelerating the growth of the e-payments sector in India and the potential of the Sri Lankan tech sector.
The machine would be the first of its kind to deliver the convenience of one-cup dispensersfor alcoholic beverages.
Amazon staff will be on call behind the scenes to help the system detect the items a shopper pulls off a shelf, Recode reports.
United States manufacturing needs to be more competitive, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich tells CNBC.
Jan 5- Alphabet Inc's Google quickened the pace of its push into virtual and augmented reality this week as its hardware partners announced new devices featuring the company's technology at the CES electronics show in Las Vegas. While the announcements expand the line-up of participating phones, Google still has much to do to take its technology to the masses,...
The partnered companies will use health-care-related financial incentives to encourage people to use their Fitbits, James Park says.
Gartner CEO acknowledged CEB's slower growth rate, but said he expected double digit growth for the combined company by the third year after close.
In a point-by-point takedown, Ann Winblad argues innovation at Apple is not keeping up, and Alphabet will get to a trillion dollars first.
The next step for virtual reality is to ditch its dependence on computers and make it more immersive for users.
With geopolitical risks on the rise and bitcoin at a record high, boosters are championing the crypto-currency as a rival to safe-haven gold.
The digital services company is looking forward to a 2017 product launch but also hopes to benefit beyond this year, Jeff Jacobson says.
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