A British supermarket became the first in the world to let shoppers use their veins to pay for groceries.
Sthaler CEO Nick Dryden on creating a high-tech finger-vein scanner.
In planning Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters, Chief Executive Jeff Bezos faces a new challenge: how to maintain the online retail giant's carefully cultivated culture when he can't be in two places at once.
Apple Inc's highly anticipated iPhone X features a slew of innovations but delayed availability could hurt holiday-quarter sales.
Apple Inc. needs the new iPhone X to be a hit in China, where its sales have been slumping for years -- which means it needs more Shirley Wangs.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing to see if Uber Technologies Inc had used software to illegally interfere with its competitors, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
ObEN CEO Nikhil Jain on the technology that helps people create their own personal avatar twin.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the country that masters artificial intelligence technology will be the “ruler of the world” and leader in military might.
Uber Technologies Inc officially welcomed its new Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi, who has led online travel business Expedia Inc for 12 years, in a note sent to employees of the world's biggest ride-services company late on Tuesday.
Jihad Watch Director Robert Spencer on PayPal's brief ban of Jihad Watch and Google's firing of an engineer over his diversity memo.
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.), Fox News strategic analyst, on concerns about the future of robotics.
The world's first self-driving work zone vehicle is about to hit the road in Colorado, thanks to technology from an Army contractor.
When he was CEO of Cisco, John Chambers didn't like to lose.
Should Amazon, Netflix and HBO be worried?
Some of the largest U.S. engineering and defense firms are responsible for managing the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile.
Rex Real Estate Exchange CEO Jack Ryan on how the company is using robots to sell homes.
RealClearPolitics national political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns, market strategist Kevin Kelly and The Wall Street Global Economics Editor Jon Hilsenrath on Google firing an employee over a memo he wrote criticizing the company's diversity policy and the future of Uber's corporate leadership.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on Google's firing of an employee who wrote a memo against the tech company's diversity policy.
In response to a Google engineer's memo about diversity, Julie Sweet Accenture CEO North America shares insight on the importance of inclusion and future of business
FBN's Hillary Vaughn speaks with Hyperloop CEO Rob Lloyd, on Hyperloop One's successful test run and the possibility of government approval in a few months.