Forget bullet trains. This will get you from Los Angeles to San Francisco in under 30 minutes.
Somehow Fox Sports managed to avoid New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Jerry Jones together at the Dallas-Green Bay game.
The Swedish automaker is developing systems that will detect impending collisions and stop the car.
A major pay TV provider disrupts its own model before someone else does.
FCC said the wireless industry has been regulated as a utility for decades and is doing just fine.
Trouble in the brave new world of the smart home: It could be hacked.
The consumer electronics industry promises 2015 will be the year of 4K televisions. They said that last year, too.
A $20-per-month bundle of cable channels served over the Web for millennials.
With more than 50 million subscribers, can Netflix boost the struggling TV industry?
Company unveils the latest low-cost Redmi 2 smartphone, which retails for $112.
Expectations already were low for the Rogen-Franco comedy, but a terrorist threat gave Sony an out.
The editors fault inadequate fact-checking on the profile of Mohammed Islam, who duped a writer into believing he'd made $72 million.
Sweden gave us Spotify and Soundcloud, but Kobalt could be the most transformative.
What happens when a government agency lies to a reporter?
CIA officials gave glowing accounts to investigative reporters on the effectiveness of its 'Detention and Interrogation Program.'
People are back to work but still shopping on their phones.
Alibaba is better known in the US due to its IPO, but Tencent is becoming a major player in its own right.
Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-handed catch Sunday night detonated Twitter and generated a meme. Will it help NBC?
Outfront CEO calls billboards "the last mass medium."
FireChat powered the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. But the ambition is now much bigger.