Self-driving semi-trucks are on the road in Texas, but it's still an experimental program.
The streaming service up'd their forecast, and with more people moving into streaming, investors are optimistic.
With JUUL unveiling a bluetooth-enabled smart vaping device there are mounting concerns the rise of smart devices have gone too far. Fox News 24/7 Headlines anchor Brett Larson weighs in.
President Trump calls for a crackdown on the glorification of violence in video games during his speech about the shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active2, the company's most recent release in the wearable market, hits stores on Sept. 27 at a starting price of $279 for the smaller model.
Technology determines who to serve next based on the order in which they arrived, versus who was the pushiest.
A man hit the jackpot when he found a cult-classic video game.
Garmin CEO Cliff Pemble on the company's expansion from car GPS navigation systems to areas such as wearable devices.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S6, a new tablet that allows people to enhance their creativity and productivity.
If you own an iPhone it might be time to stop relying on Siri and turn the listening assistant off.
Nickelodeon's famous green slime will be used to conduct a gravity experiment in space.
Apple has said proposed tariffs would cover all of its mainstream products, including the iPhone, iPad and MacBook.
Kadina Group president Gary B. Smith, FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti, Fortune executive editor Adam Lashinsky Lashinsky and MaxFunds founder Jonas Max Ferris on whether the advancement in technology forces privacy to become a thing of the past.
After nearly three decades of service, Ive will leave Apple later this year to form an independent design firm, LoveFrom.
Ive will leave Apple later this year to start his own independent design company.
In the patent filing, Under Armour said the sneaker is meant to help its wearer recover after a “strenuous workout.”
More than 96 percent of all video game consoles import for sale in the U.S. were made in China.
Apple said tariffs on its Chinese-manufactured products would limit its contributions to the U.S. economy and damage its ability to compete with international rivals.
The recall applies to older 15-inch MacBook Pros, most of which were sold between September 2015 and February 2017.
In a June 17 letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Apple said that further tariffs would affect production of all of its major products.