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The price was relatively small, but the deal may have a big impact on the race between the United States and China to build more powerful computers.
The $575 million investment strengthens one of the biggest overseas rivals to Uber’s food-delivery division, which the ride-hailing company considers a key business.
City officials meet technology innovators to pursue solutions that may improve life in urban centers.
Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.
San Francisco demonstrated that technologies believed to be damaging to citizens’ well-being can be curtailed.
Continuous integration and continuous deployment are IT practices that encourage testing code often. Learn how these practices also shape data-driven initiatives.
We are in an era when technology can help to drive business success, but it requires that everyone in the organization understand tech's potential.
For physicist Elisabetta Matsumoto, “knitting is coding,” and yarn is a programmable material.
The mascot Chiitan, modeled on a real-life otter, drew notoriety for violent stunts that delighted social media users and the HBO comedian.
By restricting the Chinese technology giant’s ability to buy American components, Washington could hamstring Huawei’s operations worldwide.
Elon Musk’s company will wait until next week to test its system that aims to provide high-speed internet all over the world.
The digital pinboard company’s stock price tumbled in after-hours trading after its first earnings report as a public company.
The mission is to be a test of the company’s ambitions to create a new line of business by connecting more parts of the world.
In a milestone for synthetic biology, colonies of E. coli thrive with DNA constructed from scratch by humans, not nature.
The administration also announced that it had placed the company on a list of firms prevented from buying American parts and technologies without seeking approval.
Brian Hofer, a paralegal who drafted the ordinance, is pushing for anti-surveillance measures across California. He has already gotten more than two dozen approved.
Uber’s offering was supposed to be a crowning moment for the ride-hailing company. But it suffered setback after setback and ultimately resulted in pointed questions for all involved.
At Interop, three CIOs will share the details of their most innovative projects during keynote Lightning Talks. Then we'll dive deeper into their strategies with a moderated panel discussion.
Should CFOs and other C-suite execs accept Millennials for who they are and reap the benefits, or should they insist that they play by the rules?
Dotdash, once known as About.com, plans to scrap the 85-year-old publication’s print edition and keep most of the editorial staff.