The federal government is set to release a set of guidelines for self-driving cars like the ones being pioneered by Google. Will federal regulations kill automobile innovation?
Atheer Labs has developed a headset which will create a more interactive world with a 3D virtual reality overlay. Can the bulky system take on, or complement, Google Glass?
Coursera, an online classroom aiming to change the way students can receive an education, has added more university partners. Can the digital university ever compete with its physical brethren?
Nearly one in 10 people have admitted to losing out on a job due to something they posted on a social media website. That's bad news for a youth growing up alongside the new digital medium, and for a group who doesn't care what employers think about them.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was one of the very first, and very public, departures from Mark Zuckerberg's lobbying organization, FWD.us. But why would a tech-industry billionaire leave a group that aims to help the tech industry?
Facebook is allegedly in the market for a mapping application. Waze is apparently looking to get acquired. The two companies were allegedly negotiating a deal, but it appears that the talks have fallen through.
Some may find the prospect of rubbing your head and patting your belly difficult. But one actor has forever one-upped the competition. His name is Brad Carter, and he can play guitar while undergoing brain surgery.
Things aren't looking well for Nokia. An analysis found that Samsung has surpassed the Finnish company in its own backyard. And there's more: Samsung is getting ready to open a new R&D headquarters in Espoo, Finland, making Nokia and Samsung new next door neighbors.
Apple hasn't had the best track record when it comes to its warranty policy. Perhaps that's why it's getting ready to hand out $300 to customers who were denied warranty before 2009.
Tim Cook faced a probing inquiry by AllThingsD's Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher on Tuesday night. The Apple CEO talked of a good many things — especially about wearable computing.
Nokia's smartphones are known for their cameras. So much so that Nokia appears to moving towards a new type of camera sensor. Will it change smartphone cameras forever?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is making its way around the world. So how does Samsung promote its top-of-the-line phone? By holding a staring contest, of course.
Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon have all announced ambitious new projects. But none of the projects have to do with tech. Instead, these tech companies are investing in massive real estate expansions. But will it be worth it?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, currently available, only comes in one color: white. But will Samsung soon release the tablet's next color?