Rolls-Royce Holdings's engines power the world's biggest passenger jets. Now it's turning to much smaller aircraft.
The US government's top auto safety official is maintaining a hands-off approach despite criticisms,
Could be a James Bond thing: A plane that lands on a runway, shrugs its wings off, turns into a train and rolls on to rails to take you to your local station.
- by Marie Mawad & Ania Nussbaum
It was almost a perfect getaway, but a former Apple employee was captured at the airport just before boarding a flight to China.
Tesla and the Shanghai government have left out a crucial detail in announcing a deal to build its vehicles in China: how much it's all going to cost.
Uber is getting into the electric scooter business,
With millions of cameras and billions of lines of code, China is building a high-tech authoritarian future.
- by Paul Mozur
Zoox, a California-based autonomous vehicle company co-founded by a Melbourne designer, Tim Kentley-Klay, is in advanced funding talks with investors.
- by John McDuling
Tech giants are torn between making smartphones better and worrying they are too addictive. So they are building the beginning of something new.
- by Farhad Manjoo
The world's largest private technology company is taking a step closer to a return to the public market and ending a months-long review of its business.
"We did it!!" Musk proclaimed in an email to employees.