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Amazon will take 360,000 square feet of space at one of buildings within New York City's Hudson Yards development.
The Apple veterans aim to give autonomous vehicles a more complete, detailed and reliable view of the world around them.
“I am definitely not worried about the AI apocalypse,” says John Giannandrea, senior vice president of engineering at the tech giant.
Pishevar also announced that Hyperloop One has raised $85 million in new funding.
Ford designers are using 3-D goggles in order to virtually imagine an entire car in the middle of the factory floor.
One group brought the largest art car to Burning Man this year, in the form of a Boeing 747, traveling over 500 miles.
Tesla is in the process of perfecting a new chip for the Autopilot autonomous driving system in its vehicles.
An analyst report states that Amazon is starting to meet with pharmacy benefits managers.
The deal is Albertsons' first big strategic move since Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market earlier this year.
A lack of liquidity may be to blame for cryptocurrency bitcoin's volatile nature, an expert tells CNBC.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
Amazon’s Alexa is set to power its smart glasses and wearers will be able to hear responses to questions via sound through their skulls
The Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF drew $49.8 million in inflows Tuesday, nearly 10 percent of the now $651 million fund.
An international group of cryptography experts has forced the U.S. National Security Agency to back down over two data encryption techniques it wanted set as global industry standards.
The SEC said hackers may have illegally profited by trading using insider information stolen from its corporate disclosure database.
Equifax said that on March 10 an attacker "interacted" with a server at the heart of the massive breach disclosed this month.
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