The New York-based digital agency 360i published a study that found Google Home to be more effective than Amazon Alexa in responding to thousands of questions in different categories.
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Cook said Apple will provide an update on its plans for capital allocation on the company’s next earnings call in April.
FOX Business' Deirdre Bolton reports on the newly released Apple HomePod.
IBM Global Industries Senior Vice President Bridget van Kralingen on the company's investment in blockchain technology.
ARK Investment Management analyst Tasha Keeney on the future of Tesla.
Lincoln Network co-founder Garrett Johnson on a new study reporting conservatives feel alienated working in Silicon Valley.
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Electra Meccanica SOLO designer Henry Reisner designer introduces the all-electric one-seater set to revolutionize the way people commute daily.
"Get to Aha" author Andy Cunningham, who helped to launch Apple Macintosh, weighs in on whether Apple will begin manufacturing products in the U.S. after its announcement that it will create 20,000 jobs and contribute more than $350 billion to the economy in the next five years.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on autonomous vehicles, the Trump administration's efforts to boost America's infrastructure and the brief government shutdown.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates suggested that despite some common concerns that artificial intelligence (AI) could upend and replace the U.S. workforce, he sees the technology as a chance for an economic revival.
A University of Toronto professor, whose online accounts were briefly shutdown in January, is accusing Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and YouTube of censoring him because of his conservative beliefs.
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Despite a somewhat controversial year for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), which faced widespread backlash for the confirmation of a long-time rumor that it intentionally slows down old iPhones, the tech giant nabbed for the 11th year in a row the top spot on Forbes Magazine’s list of 2018’s most admired companies.
Genpact CEO Tiger Tyagarajan argues the growing use of artificial intelligence in the workforce will actually create jobs.
Fox News correspondent Lea Gabrielle on Silicon Valley's work with the U.S. military to evolve air fighting.
Wall Street Journal global economics editor Jon Hilsenrath on Apple's plans to create jobs and invest $350 billion in the U.S.
Wall Street Journal global economics editor Jon Hilsenrath on Apple's plans to create 20,000 new jobs in America.