Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
Will the move be enough to keep Amazon in check? Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with business analyst Jill Schlesinger.
Musk, along with over 100 tech leaders, penned an open letter asking the international body to consider banning so-called "killer robots."
The company DreamHost is resisting a Justice Department warrant that demands it hand over all files related to one of its customer's websites.
U.S. tech companies are adapting apps to better serve new internet users around the world. Eric Bellman of The Wall Street Journal tells us more.
As newsrooms around the country turn to computer algorithms, Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd got to thinking about his own future in the business.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Kurt Wagner of Recode about ways the tech industry has responded to Charlottesville.
Two young entrepreneurs in Ohio want as many people as possible to apply for DACA. They've created software that makes the application fast and affordable.
The web audio platform, known as a hub for independent musicians, has struggled to get funding over the last year.
The new systems are changing the way families who have farmed for generations live their daily lives.
It turns out that some of the advice for making passwords, like including special characters, is off base, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
In the 10-page memo, James Damore wrote that men are biologically predisposed to the rigors of the tech industry.
The memo from a male software engineer argued there are fewer female engineers at Google because men are better suited for the jobs for "biological" reasons.
Analysts are expecting Apple to report around $45 billion in sales. But more people are interested to hear what the company has to say about its next quarter.
Dozens of messaging apps already exist, and now Amazon is reportedly looking to jump into the field.
This fall, students at the University of Michigan will have a new way of getting around campus.
CNN's Maggie Lake discusses the U.K.'s promised ban, new earnings for U.S. automakers and a plan from Lyft to develop its own self-driving car technology.
Last week, customers using service speed test tools claimed that in some instances the speed at which they were able to steam Netflix was capped.
"Now more than ever we need to have more girls join cybersecurity ranks," Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo tells Here & Now's Robin Young.
Users of the product would wear what looked like near-empty glasses frames, and see digital information beamed from their smartphones.
On a recent drive to Martha's Vineyard, Here & Now's Robin Young thought she'd use a traffic app to find a shortcut. Trouble was, other drivers had the same idea.