Tesla's April Fools' Day joke is now an actual trademark application.
Amid controversies, one organization puts in some good words for Musk.
The 45-year-old media magnate (and son of Rupert Murdoch) is currently a nonexecutive member of Tesla's board.
SpaceX's new landing zone 4 is now operating at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
We're getting a better idea of what it will be like to ride the Hyperloop.
This marks the first time a rocket has ever been landed on the West Coast.
In his tweet, the Tesla CEO dubbed the agency "the Shortseller Enrichment Commission."
Facebook gets breached, Elon Musk settles with the SEC and net neutrality is a thing in California.
The Golden State now has the strictest set of net neutrality protections ever seen in the US, while Facebook could be fined $1.63 billion over a hack.
Humans haven't been beyond Earth's orbit in decades. That's about to change.
Musk will remain CEO and Tesla will separately pay another $20 million.
This week's most important tech stories include Oculus' announcement of a standalone VR, Instagram's co-founders leave the company and Elon Musk being sued by the SEC.
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