Sept 7- The U.S. energy storage market fell 11 percent in the second quarter as utilities connected fewer large projects to the grid, but batteries deployed in homes and businesses hit a record thanks to state incentives in California and Hawaii and lower prices on the technology. Overall, the U.S. deployed 38 megawatts of new energy storage during the period, down...
Priced at a relatively low $30,000, the new Nissan Leaf EV aimed to carve a niche in an increasingly saturated market.
As Trump threatens to rejig trade with Seoul and tensions with North Korea rise, some are concerned over the South's crucial role in tech.
Lilium Aviation, a German company that held a two-seat electric jet at their Munich base this year, announced it's raised $90 million.
British engineering software company Aveva Group said on Tuesday it had agreed to combine with Schneider Electric's software business.
United Technologies said it would buy aircraft parts maker Rockwell Collins for $30 billion. D.R. Barton of MoneyMorning.com weigh in.
Breakthroughs in battery technology are required to really grow the use of electric cars, says Takeshi Uchiyamada, chairman, Toyota.
Elon Musk has made an even more ominous warning about artificial intelligence (AI), suggesting it could be the cause of a third world war.
Trump will decide soon whether to block a Chinese-backed private equity firm from buying a U.S. chip maker.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it has received a permit to test self-driving vehicles in California, marking the entry of the world's largest smart phone maker four months after iPhone maker and arch rival Apple Inc received a permit.
Voice assistants allow tech companies to capture consumer data that can be used to support the next stage of A.I. capabilities, says Ray Wang of Constellation Research.
A new protocol to transfer data between devices works at fast at low power and is more secure, says Eric Almgren, CEO, Keyssa.
New Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi seems to have a lot lower appetite for risk than founder Travis Kalanick, writes Farhad Manjoo in the New York Times.
But the car won’t be driving itself.
"We're not happy with our stock price, and we're doing everything we can to move it," GameStop CEO Paul Raines tells CNBC.
A South Korean court found Samsung's de-facto chief Jay Y. Lee guilty of bribery, embezzlement and perjury, according to reports.
Ahead of a court ruling on Jay Y. Lee, Mehdi Hosseini of Susquehanna Financial Group says he believes there is sufficient leadership at the group for the next one to three years.
Gary Ngan, CFO of Meitu, talks about profitability at the company and how artificial intelligence technologies will be used in its apps.
Aug 24- Smartphone maker HTC Corp is exploring options that could range from spinning off its virtual reality business to selling itself, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The Taiwanese firm is working with an adviser as it considers bringing in an investor or selling its Vive VR headset business, according to the...
Aug 24- Smartphone maker HTC Corp is exploring options that could range from spinning off its virtual reality business to selling itself, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday. The Taiwanese firm is working with an adviser as it considers bringing in an investor or selling its Vive virtual reality headset business, Bloomberg report, citing people familiar with...
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