The Chinese-backed automaker is the most recent addition to a growing armada of automakers making electric cars.
Drivers say competition from Uber and Lyft is lowering their incomes, contributing to four recent driver suicides.
Engineers hope a special heat shield will keep the craft cool while it collects space weather info.
Here's how to parse the downloadable file of data the social network has about you.
The new electric concept from Hyundai's upscale line, just unveiled at the New York Auto Show, has a transparent hood, but no engine to show off.
Physicists have discovered a galaxy 65 million light years away with so little dark matter that it may contain none at all.
Donald Trump ruined television—just look at the *Roseanne* reboot.
Anything you can do with a pencil and paper is worth doing in code.
The General Data Protection Regulation coming to Europe this spring emphasizes how different societies value personal data and privacy.
When people are impersonating their pets online, they tend to be really, really nice.
Under the Trump administration, untested, privately funded projects to manipulate the climate have been gaining unprecedented momentum.
The changes put all the privacy settings in a single place, instead of being spread out across nearly 20 different screens.
Ubiquity6 wants to be a platform on which others build AR experiences.
Apple's new, cheaper iPad still can't compete with Chromebooks in the classroom.
The company will buy 20,000 electric I-Paces and use them to create a massive platoon of self-driving ridesharing cars.
An appeals court rules that Google violated Oracle's copyright when it built a version of Java for the Android operating system, in the latest twist in an 8-year saga.
New research shows how infrequently bloggers label affiliate marketing campaigns according to FTC guidelines.
As self-driving tech changes life on the street, expect lots of cities and states to write their own rules. They’ve done it before.
Sara Gilbert's Darlene wasn't gay, but she became an icon to the LGBTQ community.
Facebook CEO is expected to answer questions about the company's privacy practices and the use of its data.
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