After a Sunday meeting that lasted more than six hours, a representative for Uber's board said directors approved several changes, without providing clarity on the fates of chief executive Travis Kalanick or his confidant and head of business, Emil Michael.
With feed-in tariffs now much cheaper than electricity from the grid, batteries like the Powerwall 2 are vital to making the most of home solar power.
Chinese web giant Baidu has accelerated development of its Project Apollo autonomous car platform, planning to freely share it with the world as the self-driving car race steps up a gear.
Futuristic robots might seem a bit passé but they're making a comeback at this week's CES Asia in China.
A robotic policeman which can help identify wanted criminals and collect evidence has joined Dubai's police force and will patrol busy areas in the city, as part of a government programme aimed at replacing some human crime-fighters with machines.
An Australian cybersecurity startup is gaining international attention but claims Australian big business and governments are reluctant to support home-grown talent.
Techpreneurs are trying to solve real life problems.
A world away from holding your smartphone up to your face, Google's new standalone VR headsets will go head-to-head with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
As augmented reality technology improves, the holography of Iron Man and Avatar moves a step closer to entering our everyday lives.
The combination of ICT and business skills has become an ideal set of qualifications for future jobs. People with ICT skills are busting out of ICT enclaves to perform vital roles across a full range of businesses, from retail and finance to agriculture, construction and mining
After fame and fortune come regrets. So Twitter co-founder Evan Williams is trying to fix some things.
Cassettes are a lot like MP3: from day one they have been the poor relation of ''proper'' audio. That might be about to change.
Apple is planning to update its line of MacBooks, but will the same machines with minor tweaks be enough to win back mindshare from its fresher competition?
Two key players in Silicon Valley's battle to define the future of transportation are teaming up, taking aim at a common enemy.
In a first for an Australian bank, NAB-owned UBank has launched an artificial intelligence "chatbot" for home loans.
Suite of new features coming this year will let you work seamlessly across Windows PC and your mobile phone.
Microsoft has turned up the heat on other technology giants by launching new image and video recognition products which could help it court businesses worried about running ads next to offensive content.
Human language is a wonderful thing. Talking computers, not so much.
Flying cars have been the stuff of science fiction for years, and now companies are now starting to look at such options. But what will it take to get our cars off the ground?
For a tiny tabletop robot, ElliQ has a lot of opinions.
Technology giants are restructuring their tax affairs and for the first time ever counting local advertising revenue.
Thanks to automation a life of potential leisure beckons – whether we like it or not.
A Canadian company is making stands that not only isolate speakers but ensure that any movement resulting from Newton's third law does not move them off axis – pleasing the fundamentalists.
It's where inventions such as Bic pens for women go to die.
Fifteen ACT start-ups set to pitch ideas to hundreds of international investors.