For the first time, a rocket has touched the edge of space and then successfully landed back on Earth in one piece. It all makes for one heck of an advertisement.
Technically Incorrect: What could be more Thanksgiving-appropriate than Tesla's CEO declaring his love for helping people on one of TV's most popular shows?
As the new autopilot feature in Tesla's Model S aims to get smarter, CEO Elon Musk is hiring more engineers.
Hyperloop Technologies, one company pursuing a futuristic transportation idea, believes it'll build three demonstration lines early next decade.
While the company and its CEO pay lip service to reaching the Red Planet, how high a priority can it be, really? Pretty high, according to what CNET contributor Eric Mack heard from one investor.
Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO tries to set the record straight after being quoted as saying that Apple hires the automaker's engineering castoffs and the Apple Watch isn't all that.
Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO muses that Apple won't find it easy to build a car.
Can Jack Dorsey run Twitter and Square at the same time?
Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO wants to create constant nuclear pulse explosions so that there'd be two little suns to heat the planet and make it ready for our arrival.
The SpaceX founder tells Stephen Colbert that a thermonuclear bomb could be key to starting a Martian real estate boom.
Apple may be getting ready to unveil the iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4 and a new Apple TV. Also, Google's Nexus refresh starts on September 29 and Tesla announces pricing on the Model X SUV.
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