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Online drug sales have tripled in the years after the Silk Road was shut down, showing how cracking down doesn't always help.
If Elon Musk has his way, a roof entirely made of solar-gathering materials could one day be used to power homes.
Verizon's recent purchases of two vehicle tracking firms could spark more deals, with fleet management as a source of growth, analysts said.
Australia's first online national census was in chaos on Wednesday after the survey website crashed overnight due to a possible cyber attack.
Missouri man uses Tesla's 'autopilot' feature to get to the hospital when he suffers a pulmonary embolism while behind the wheel. KYTV's Drew Douglas reports.
If James Bond weren't a fictional character, he'd probably be clamoring to get his hands on these disappearing batteries.
The enormous scope of Delta's system outage can be seen on flight radar as a busy day in the skies came to a virtual standstill.
Working alongside tech giants like AT&T and AOL Charitable Foundation, Girls Who Code just launched a summer immersion program in 11 cities.
A Missouri man says his Tesla helped saved his life by driving him to the hospital during a life-threatening emergency.
Nearly a dozen executives at companies from Sony Corp to Angry Birds-creator Rovio said "Pokemon Go" would be a tough act to follow.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is offering to help international technology firms such as SAP to enter China.
Apple has followed a predictable cycle of releasing a new iPhone every September, and as the month approaches, speculation is in full swing.
Millions of parents in the U.S. will allow their children to walk to and from school. Here are ways to ensure kids stay safe.
If there was ever a reason to let your teen play more video games, this may be it.
As the long summer days come to an end, here are some top tech gadgets, from laptops to USB cables, to help make sure the school year is a success.
Facebook is diving into the age-old divide between "cat people" and "dog lovers."
Japan's Fair Trade Commission has raided the offices of Amazon's local unit on suspicion of pressuring retailers to offer products at lower prices.
Chris Urmson, who was instrumental in building Google's self-driving car project, said on Friday he is leaving the team after seven and a half years.
'Pokemon Go' is not officially available in Iran, but that didn't stop the country's government from banning it anyway.
Illegal jamming devices are now commonly used in drug trade, cargo theft and by scofflaw drivers. Is 'spoofing' next?