A 30-year advanced aircraft engineering veteran joins Uber Technologies to head the Uber Elevate flying car initiative
After observing the spread of fake news reports during the US presidential campaign, some European countries are taking measures to prevent the spread of misinformation ahead of their own elections.
The ride hailing company's chief executive officer, Travis Kalanick, has announced he will quit his position on a board advising President Trump.
'I see video as a megatrend,' said Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg, explaining the site plans to invest heavily in the medium.
Indonesia's largest taxi company is teaming up with a local taxi-motorcycle service in an effort to beat back ride-sharers like Grab and Uber.
To improve US industries' ability to compete abroad, the Trump administration will have to do more than promote low-wage domestic manufacturing jobs.
Some analysts worry that the rise of voice-controlled assistants like Amazon's Alexa will cut into Google's ad revenue. But we're still likely to look at plenty of screens – and ads – in coming years.
Social media companies and web platforms are coming under increasing pressure to block misleading or discriminatory sites.
The changes are designed to make the publisher more visible and to make it harder for single hoax stories to go viral, Facebook says.
Jobs for US workers with tech skills took 14 out of 50 spots in a 'best jobs' survey.
The Obama administration barred internet-service providers from discriminating between different types of content, earning cheers from consumers and Silicon Valley, but not Trump's likely new FCC chair.
Factories, mines, printing press buildings, bakeries, and other icons of 20th century industrial activity are now being adapted to the information age.