- Detroit Auto Show Reveals a Google-Designed Van That Could Steer the Industry
- Uber Extends an Olive Branch to Local Governments: Its Data
- Data Could Be the Next Tech Hot Button for Regulators
- Sticker Shock, and Maybe Nausea, Hamper Sales of Virtual Reality Gear
- Bits: Daily Report: Virtual Reality Has Not Quite Arrived
- Wall Street Clearing House to Adopt Bitcoin Technology
- Personal Health: Hooked on Our Smartphones
Posted: 08 Jan 2017 01:30 PM PST
The minivan, built by Fiat Chrysler with self-driving sensors from Waymo, is the first heavyweight collaboration between a major automaker and one of Silicon Valley's elite.
Posted: 08 Jan 2017 01:00 PM PST
The company, hoping to weave itself into municipal transit planning, unveiled Movement, a website that will allow outsiders to study traffic patterns with data collected by Uber vehicles.
Posted: 08 Jan 2017 04:49 PM PST
For decades, dominance in the technology industry was based on software or hardware. Now it is increasingly based on who owns the best data.
Posted: 08 Jan 2017 03:31 PM PST
One of the most hyped technologies of 2016 has a way to go before it becomes mainstream, with product sales held back by high costs, ergonomic issues and other factors.
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 07:30 AM PST
It's still very possible that virtual reality will be a hit, but not until there's more content available and the cost of equipment comes down.
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 05:00 AM PST
The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation said it would begin using a financial ledger similar to the blockchain used by the virtual currency.
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 02:45 AM PST
Moderation in our digital world should be the hallmark of a healthy relationship with technology.
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