The artificial intelligence company wants to develop a robot that can be flexible, helpful and intelligent enough to do all your boring housework.
Looks like mixing electricity and water isn't always a recipe for disaster.
Taking off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the Falcon 9 rocket successfully deployed two communications satellites into Earth's orbit.
Elon Musk's rocket company launches a pair of satellites on Wednesday, but breaks its streak of successful rocket stage landings at sea.
Tesla Motors' CEO says Tesla could use batteries from Samsung SDI for its Powerwall energy systems -- not in cars.
Elon Musk's space exploration company is hoping to prove reuseable rocketry works in practice before the year is out.
The Tesla and SpaceX boss really likes Blizzard's new multiplayer shooter and wants you to give it a shot too.
Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO says there's a one in billions chance we're not in some sort of simulation controlled by others. Indeed, he says, we should hope that's the case.
We also hit on PayPal's push for more workplace flexibility and Elon Musk's vision for Mars.
The SpaceX chief teases a "very big rocket" that would take off in 2024 and says he wants to send people every 26 months.
A newly unveiled smart material made from carbon fiber will be keep the capsules, designed by Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, lightweight and connected.
We hit on new modes of transportation and Google's potential Amazon Echo competitor.
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