Climate change could render about half of today’s coffee-growing land unsuitable for production by 2050, according to a new report. Major coffee companies including Starbucks are taking steps to help the world's coffee farmers cope.
Here is a selection of educational, thought-provoking, and inspiring books for eaters, farmers, chefs, and policymakers who are craving more information about food and agriculture.
Developers are leaving the Nest to strike new ground with Google's voice-activated home appliance.
It will be used primarily for demonstration purposes as the Army continues to mull the use of fuel cells to power certain types of vehicle.
Google plans to expand a carpool program in the San Francisco Bay Area, as it vies for control of ride-hailing servies.
Ireland's ruling party wants to appeal the European Commission's decision. But it relies on support from independent lawmakers that may not agree on the appeal.
The JetBlue flight leaves for Cuba this morning, signifying the start of a new era between the countries after over half a century of cold war suspicion and isolation.
Your current cell phone carrier isn’t cutting it anymore, and you’re ready for a change. Pause before you pull the trigger.
The EU's ruling has generated a swift backlash from the US high-tech industry, US policymakers across the political spectrum, and from Ireland itself. Yet, for all the howling, it might open the door for long-awaited US tax reform.
If Autopilot turns itself off because a driver has ignored warning cues, he or she may not be able to turn it on again until the car is stopped and put in park.
Sonos and Amazon announced owners will be able to control their speakers with their voice.
Take your pick of fall escapes in this week's roundup of the best travel deals. Treat your family to a stay at a Disney resort, book a Western Caribbean cruise, and more.
While most would agree that the people educating America’s children deserve to get paid fairly, how much is enough is a controversial and complicated issue.
After settling claims in several states, the burrito chain faces a class-action lawsuit from employees across the country.
Shopping at your local brick-and-mortar store shouldn’t deliver a bigger hit to your wallet than shopping online. Here’s how you can guarantee a good deal after you’ve already left home.
Start-up Drive.ai, a company with Stanford University roots, will be focusing on 'the brains' of the driverless car.
Singapore on Thursday became the first country in the world with a fully autonomous ride-sharing service offered to the public. The service is being run on a trial basis by American startup nuTonomy, which was formed by researchers at MIT.
David Drummond, an Alphabet exec and chairman of Google Ventures, steps down from Uber’s board as competition grows between the tech giant and the developing ride-hailing corporation.
The EU says the deal cut between Ireland and Apple should be considered illegal state aid.
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump often expresses dismay about the US trade deficit, which he ties to the loss of good paying middle class jobs. The issue is more nuanced than Mr. Trump suggests.
Debt management plans are touted as an alternative to bankruptcy and an affordable way to pay back credit card debt. But bankruptcy is sometimes a better choice, and dropping out of a plan can have serious consequences.
Seattle, the city that championed the $15 per hour minimum wage, now wants new rules requiring employers to give hourly workers their scheduled shifts two weeks in advance.