How The Feds Stopped Worrying (As Much) And Learned To Love The Self-Driving CarFor several years, Google and a handful of automakers including Tesla Motors, Nissan and Honda have been testing prototypes equipped with a suite of sensors and cameras on public streets and highways, mostly in California.
Feds Taking Less Cautious Position On Self-Driving CarsFederal transportation officials are rethinking their position on self-driving cars with an eye toward getting the emerging technology into the public's hands.
Texas Welcomes Google Self-Driving Cars As California Gridlock Slows ApprovalOfficials in Austin have embraced the technology, a welcome so warm that the mayor used talking points written by a Google lobbyist when the tech titan began testing prototypes on their streets over the summer.
Scottish Man Charged With Manipulating Stock Prices With Fake Twitter AccountsJames Alan Craig, 62, of Dunragit, Scotland, set up Twitter accounts in 2013 that appeared to be associated with real market research firms before sending out false Tweets that sent companies' stock prices plunging, prosecutors said.
Facebook Apologizes For Power-Guzzling iPhone App, Releases Fix
Apple Says 15 Million People Using Its Streaming-Music ServiceApple Inc. says it has 15 million users on its streaming-music service, including 6.5 million paying subscribers.
Federal Government To Start Requiring Drone RegistrationThe federal government will begin tracking drones. A source told the Associated Press on Monday the government will require registration of drones to help track operators who flout safety rules.
New Twitter CEO Cutting Up To 336 Jobs As Company Struggles To Turn ProfitTwitter is laying off up to 336 employees, signaling CEO Jack Dorsey's resolve to slash costs while the company struggles to make money
Elon Musk: Apple Is 'Tesla's Graveyard'The Tesla Motors founder told a German magazine: "If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple."
Former Employee Pays $12 To Buy Google's Domain NameA former Google employee was able to buy the company’s domain name for just a few bucks.
Facebook Privacy Hoaxes Making Their Rounds AgainFacebook has always been ripe for privacy hoaxes, and it appears it's harvest time again on the social-networking giant.
U.S. Court Blocks Samsung From Selling Older Phones In Long Legal CaseThe most recent phone affected by the injunction, the Galaxy S3, was released in 2012 - long enough ago to be eclipsed by slicker smartphones in the rapidly evolving market for mobile technology.