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Nvidia touted the computing capabilities of the first gaming processing products that use its new Turing architecture.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk needs to delegate more and work with an outside distributor if he's going to make the electric car maker "sustainable," Jim Press, former COO of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., told CNBC.
Batteries for electric cars are dependent on metals from the Democratic Republic of Congo. This invention could change that, The Financial Times reports.
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The iPhone X is so popular that it just might wind up hurting Apple down the road.
Tesla's stock snapped a four-day losing streak Monday after its share price fell below $300 per share earlier in the session.
Tesla's roller-coaster ride showed no sign of slowing on Monday as the stock kicked off the week on a low note. And according to Piper Jaffray's top technical analyst, there's more pain ahead.
A teacher put $90,000 in cryptocurrencies, including a $25,000 loan. Her investments are now down about 90%. A financial analyst invested $100,000 of his savings. His investments are down 70%. The New York Times reports on the bitcoin bust.
Cowen believes weak pre-orders for EA’s “Battlefield V” title is putting the company's financial guidance at risk.
In recent years, Google has become much more deliberate about baking accessibility into all its products and making technology to help disabled people navigate the world around them.
Apple removed apps that sold fake lottery tickets and offered gambling services, which violated Apple policies, the company said.
Cit Research reiterates its "neutral/high risk" rating on Tesla shares, citing the company's deteriorating balance sheet.
J.P. Morgan now believes the funding behind Tesla CEO Elon Musk's talk of going private was "not secured."
As more women put off starting families, helping women assess how much time they have left to conceive is a growing business. Several startups are selling kits that allow women to test their fertility at home with a simple finger prick.
Henry Ford's experiences in the early days of running the family's fledgling car company serve as a lesson from history for troubled Tesla founder Elon Musk, according to analyst Christopher Whalen, who has studied both operations closely.