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SpaceX’s first paying passenger will be Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who is to blast off from earth in 2023, circle the moon and return, Elon Musk announced.
HBO and Netflix tied for the most Emmy Awards with 23 each, highlighting the race for dominance in a television industry whose competitive landscape is rapidly shifting.
Google is making a major push into the auto industry, partnering with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to use the Android operating system to power media display, marking a major victory for the Silicon Valley tech giant.
After years toiling in obscurity, startups UiPath, Blue Prism and Automation Anywherre have suddenly hit the jackpot in a corner of the enterprise-software market.
With their acquisition of Time magazine, Salesforce.com co-founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne will take on a publication racing to find digital revenue to offset a steep erosion in the print business.
A host of high-tech advances are giving newborns a better shot at avoiding a range of ailments. The long-term impact could be profound.
Customers of SunTrust Banks haven’t been able to access their accounts through the bank’s website or its mobile app since at least Sunday morning.
Oracle managed to boost revenue, but the results may increase pressure on the company to explain how it will win customers for its cloud offerings.
As investors back more companies based on social factors, more questions are coming up about how they are graded.
The U.S.-China trade fight is becoming more perilous for Apple as the Trump administration’s tariffs threaten some of its gadget sales and as China weighs retaliatory measures.
Apple’s best iPhone upgrade this year doesn’t cost a dime. Put iOS 12 on your old phone and it will feel like new, says columnist David Pierce.
Hulu has a head start over Disney’s streaming plans, but comes with managerial headaches and mounting losses.
Chinese e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma used a government-sponsored forum to suggest regulators take a lighter touch in dealing with technology companies, saying the market should be allowed to decide how new industries such as artificial intelligence develop.
A new migraine drug is a big win amid the turnaround of generics business.
Gen. Min Aung Hlaing has been kicked off the Russian social-media account where he sought refuge after being banned from Facebook.
Global freight marketplace says backing led by Singapore Exchange will expand development of financial instruments for container shipping.
Here’s what you need to know when Oracle Corp. reports financial results for its fiscal first quarter after the close of trading Monday.
Nearly eight months after Meredith completed its purchase of Time, the publisher has agreed to sell Time magazine for $190 million to Marc Benioff, co-founder of Salesforce.com, and his wife Lynne. The Benioffs are the latest wealthy people from the tech world to buy a traditional news publication.
The newest devices claim to monitor heart health, measure glucose levels and track blood pressure.
Less costly genetic testing has let millions of people unlock the information in their DNA. Yet there’s a lot about these tests they don’t know—but should.