Unions at Apple's stores in France are asking for a strike on Friday and Saturday, when the iPhone 15 is set to be launched, demanding better 7% pay increase and better working conditions.
Amazon Web Services and Accenture released a report finding that U.S. small and medium businesses can unlock nearly $80 billion in annual productivity gains with the cloud and AI.
U.S. regulators are notifying more than 37 million people that they may be eligible for compensation as part of a settlement with Fortnite’s maker.
Wall Street is shopping the Instacart IPO, driving shares higher on the first day of trading — a positive sign for thawing capital markets, which also got a boost from Arm's debut last week.
Shares of Rocket Lab fell on Tuesday after the aerospace manufacturer announced it experienced an issue with its Electron rocket during its latest launch.
President Biden said at the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday that the world needs to work to prevent artificial intelligence from governing us all.
Affordable Connectivity Program has enabled more than 20 million American households to access online economy, educational opportunities, telehealth, and more.
A former Google employee concerned that tech giants are trying to consolidate their power in the artificial intelligence industry has introduced a new AI protocol for public use.
GE HealthCare Technologies Inc announced on Monday that it has secured a grant exceeding $44 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The SEC said that Lyft was required to report details of the transaction because Lyft, which approved sale of the private sales, was a participant in the deal.
C3.ai CEO Thomas Siebel reacts to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's executive order for more studies to be conducted on artificial intelligence.
A strip club in Las Vegas is offering free lap dances to people who are impacted by the cyberattack at MGM Resorts which hit this week.
Elon Musk biographer Walter Isaacson's new book about the billionaire details his ouster as PayPal CEO by a group known as the "PayPal Mafia" who replaced him with Peter Thiel.
A survey from Canva found that more than one in five workers have exaggerated their knowledge of AI while more than one in three senior leaders have done the same in work or personal settings.
Three-quarters of Americans above the age of 18 expect the job pool will shrink due to artificial intelligence, a Bentley-Gallup study indicates.
Toast Inc., the Boston-based Big Tech restaurant point-of-sale vendor, announced a management change six weeks after it angered customers over its sudden new fees.
Caesars Entertainment confirmed that a hacker breached its system and stole customer data from its loyalty program database. Caesars is still investigating the extent of the hack.
Ford CEO Jim Farley discusses the industry's electric vehicle push as companies grapple with sluggish demand and consumer anxiety.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says “almost everyone" raised their hands at Senate AI Forum when asked if they were in favor of AI regulation.
Arm Holdings, the Cambridge, England-based designer of chips used in devices ranging from computers and smartphones to data servers is set to hold the biggest U.S. IPO in two years.