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With increasingly stringent mileage and emissions standards planned around the world, automakers are turning to tech to keep the pedal to the metal.
Wind-energy alternatives that go beyond those ubiquitous ground-based turbines face technical challenges and new competition from cheap gas.
Tech companies are scrambling to issue updates for products affected by the so-called "Shellshock" bug, which affects untold numbers of machines.
BlackBerry's still got some fight in it yet: the beleaguered phone manufacturer's latest model is selling well enough to crow about.
An activist investor sent a letter to Yahoo listing several opportunities to increase shareholder value and recommending that it merge with AOL.
The U.S. military is studying digital currencies to learn how they are used by America's adversaries around the world.
From design savvy shoppers to those looking for a steal, there’s something for everyone in Target’s home goods section.
A software glitch could lead to a short circuit, delaying the deployment of airbags in the event of a crash.
Damaged iPhones have cost Americans $10.7 billion since 2007, according to SquareTrade, a provider of insurance for personal tech.
Crude held near $97 a barrel on Friday but headed for its biggest monthly drop since April 2013, which is good news for drivers.
Apple says reports of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus bending are extremely rare and that the new deviceswent through rigorous testing.