IBM is predicting it will change the world in the next five years by using robots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to clean the oceans.
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.
Cook said Apple will provide an update on its plans for capital allocation on the company’s next earnings call in April.
Electra Meccanica's SOLO electric vehicle is set to revolutionize the way people commute daily.
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.
Amazon's HQ2 search, Apple's plan for a economic boon and the possible dissolution of a 125-year-old company: These are the biggest business stories you need to know about this week.
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.
Kairos founder Ankur Jain discusses why one of the biggest trends for 2018 will be baby boomers becoming the new millennials.
By 2020, more than 1,000 factory jobs will return to a manufacturing plant based in Newtown, South Carolina, thanks to Samsung, a South Korean company.
The global tech firm’s 9,043 patents included more than 1,900 related to advances in cloud computing, more than 1,400 related to artificial intelligence and 1,200 for cybersecurity, including a AI-enabled system designed to thwart phishing hacks.
This year, business leaders are expected to comment on everything from mobile innovation to the future of television.
While manufacturing jobs dominated in the 20th Century, many believe coding will have a similar impact during the 21st Century.
Shares in Apple Inc and several of its Asian suppliers fell on Tuesday after a report by Taiwan's Economic Daily and comments from some analysts suggested iPhone X demand could come in below expectations in the first quarter.
In 10 to 15 years, robots will be able to write better computer code than even the most skilled coders today, according to former Pepsi president and Apple CEO John Sculley, a development that is representative of the growing role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workforce.
Twitter is now enforcing stricter policies on violent and abusive content like hateful images or symbols.
As Amazon continues to steamroll into new markets, former Apple CEO and Pepsi president, John Sculley, told FOX Business that the tech giant might win the race to become the world’s first $2 trillion company.
(Reuters) - Digital currency exchange operators Coinbase and Bitfinex reported problems with service through their websites on Tuesday, frustrating traders seeking to cash in on the latest surge in the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
They make your clothes, cook your food, even clean your home – robots.
Apple Inc's highly anticipated iPhone X features a slew of innovations but delayed availability could hurt holiday-quarter sales.