There's no better way to bring competitors together than by releasing a set of overbearing regulations.
Sequoia Capital hires its first US female investing partner, 10 months after chairman Mike Moritz said he couldn't find any woman qualified enough for the role.
The electric-car maker is putting self-driving hardware into all cars made now, and plans to push out software to activate it when the technology is ready.
The US needs to move more of its women into tech jobs over the next decade, says a report. That'll help the women, and it will also help the economy.
Today's tech round-up sees Apple confirming a Mac event on October 27, rumors of e-ink keyboards in Macs by 2018 and T-Mo coughing up $48 million for misleading consumers about unlimited data plans.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick talks self-driving cars and Uber's future at Vanity Fair Summit.
Astro Teller, the head of Alphabet's secretive research lab X, explains how it chooses projects and avoids working on tech that doesn't matter.
There's a 90 percent chance the Apple power products you bought on Amazon are fakes.
New MacBooks are expected to be unveiled on October 27. Reports say the updated laptops will have a touchscreen strip and fingerprint reader. But the next round of Macs could be even more unique.
The Chinese company's US debut features phones, TVs, a virtual-reality headset, smart cars and even an electric bicycle. But LeEco says it's not about the hardware.
The invitation to the Chinese tech company's event on October 19 hints at its upcoming products, which could include more phones, smart TVs, VR headsets, bikes, cars and more.
Today's daily tech wrapper includes a swarm of Pixel reviews, a slew of new Macs and Instagram's Stories feature heading to the "explore" tab.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
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