The hunt for second jobs comes as the partial government shutdown enters its 21st day.
As CES 2019 prepares to kick off, these are the top critical issues facing U.S. tech.
From a drone pilot to a ‘budtender,’ these are Payscale’s predictions.
The unmanned minivans will deliver groceries to customers’ doors without any human assistance.
Bradley Tusk is betting big on a slew of mayors.
IBM says its food trust unit has the potential to prevent food contamination in the future using blockchain.
A college degree isn’t enough anymore.
The decision comes as local groups sued the city over its plans.
From online shopping to Netflix, many of our daily activities are being shaped by AI.
The grocery group says its new mechanized warehouses will help with speedy deliveries and talent recruitment.
China’s state news agency Xinhua revealed a news anchor that appears human.
What used to be science fiction is now poised to be science, or engineering, without the fiction.
It’s the first and only single-dose oral medicine approved to treat the flu.
The coffee chain also adds new lattes, cappuccinos and Americanos to its menu.
The special mint contains a plant called gymnema which has been known for centuries as “the destroyer of sugar.”
The ride-hailing company is aggressively hiring an executive to help expand its drone initiative.
The billionaire is set to open it on Dec. 10.
Brava’s new smart oven can cook a steak in 12 minutes.
Billed as “an airplane without wings,” the goal of the new system is to transport people through low-pressure steel tubes.
Audi of America President Scott Keogh discusses how the car company introduced its first electric SUV, the e-tron and their partnership with Amazon.