Elon Musk’s Boring Company reached a new milestone this week: it completed digging out its first tunnel in LA.
Ford has publicly stated that it plans to have self-driving cars on the road in some commercial capacity by 2021,
Software giants, Microsoft has launched a free Windows app that uses machine learning to suggest the facial expression you’re making when imitating an emoji.
Sad news for anyone into giant robots: Google parent Alphabet is closing down Schaft, its secretive unit that develops bipedal robots aimed at helping out in disaster efforts and generally looking badass.
The tech industry’s newest billionaires are a pair of brothers who started a software company in their parents’ basement in Utah. Now Ryan and Jared Smith are selling Qualtrics International Inc.
A passenger plane in the running to become the aviation industry’s first fully commercial battery-powered model needs about $200 million to bring it to market, according to developer Eviation Aircraft Ltd.
Apple's new watch sounds like a win for anyone interested in their heart health. It will notify wearers of a slow or irregular heart rhythm, and it can take a basic electrocardiogram (ECG), a recording of the electrical activity of the heart.
Apple also quietly announced an update to its MacBook Pro lineup, which will receive AMD’s Radeon Pro Vega graphics chips for the first time next month.
Amazon launched a new delivery option for Prime members in the US today, just ahead of the holiday gift-giving season. Through Amazon Day, you can set the day of the week when you prefer all of your shipments to arrive.
The European United is all set to try out a new technology known as AI Lie Detection at its border patrol checkpoints any moment from. The program, called iBorderCtrl, will run for six months at four border crossing points in Hungary, Latvia and Greece with countries outside the EU.