A new player in online video game sales, Discord, is betting that human curation of a select number of titles will appeal more to gamers than the content overload of thousands of games offered by PC game giant Steam.
Netflix has been experimenting with ads. That could lead to subscriber losses. Almost one-quarter of consumers said they would drop their Netflix subscription if there are ads, according to a new study.
Facebook needs to show investors and analysts that it can jump-start earnings growth to restore faith in its stock. There is one clear path to release its embedded value: artificial intelligence and predictive shipping.
Mr. Musk came to realize that his thinking had been overly simplistic. While going private might have removed some problems, it would have introduced new ones.
A boom in artificial intelligence research has drawn the tech industry’s biggest companies and their checkbooks to the storied English city.
Younger Americans are more open to the idea of creating a federal agency to oversee robotics than older Americans. The threat of job losses and superintelligence in their lifetime provide reasons to be wary.
If Facebook created a premium version of its social media platform that protected user data from advertisers, some millionaires would be willing to pay $15 a month or more, CNBC survey reveals.
Wealthy Republicans are falling into line with President Trump when it comes to having a negative view of Amazon, while millionaire Democrats express more favorable views of the Jeff Bezos-led company.
Micron, an American chip maker, says its designs were swiped to help a new Chinese plant. Washington sees a larger pattern, fueling tensions with Beijing.
Demand for better, bigger screens made the flip phone go extinct in the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy era. But makers of smartphone glass are working on technology that is both foldable and durable.
Apple has long positioned the iPhone as a secure device that only its owner can open, which has led to battles with law enforcement officials who want to get information off them, the New York Times reports.
Facebook has data-sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics companies, including Huawei, a company that has been flagged by American intelligence, the New York Times reports.
At WWDC on Monday, Apple acknowledged the darker side of society's obsession with the digital world, but didn't go anywhere near the idea that its own technology might bear any of the blame, writes Farhad Manjoo.
Apple had already curtailed its grand vision for disrupting the automotive industry by building its own self-driving car. Now the tech giant has narrowed its auto aspirations even further, the New York Times reports.
Professional apps like Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro represent recurring revenue opportunities for Apple as the company builds its software business.
"If a traditional media company was doing this, there would be all hell to pay," lawyer Paul Tweed tells the New York Times.
A Tesla Model S that crashed into a stopped fire truck at high speed was operating in Autopilot mode, USA Today reports.
Larger companies will be able to send and receive messages on the WhatsApp platform, says Facebook's David Marcus.