US microchip maker Intel is about to be the new company behind the wheel at the driverless technology firm Mobileye.
Cyber security breaches have cost Yahoo dear.
Lasers that ‘softly’ burn paper could be the next evolution in printing. Former students of the University of Technology in Delft, Netherlands, have developed a technology that can print on any kind of paper without consumables, such as toner or ink.
Internet retailer Amazon has revealed it has made its first drone delivery in Europe and the first ever directly to a customer.
Samsung’s shares have fallen further, and those of its rivals’ rose, after the South Korean firm revealed it is going to take an initial 2.6 trillion won (2.09 billion euros) hit from scrapping the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Yahoo Inc has revealed the security of at least 500 million user accounts may have been breached at the end of 2014.
The verbal sparring continues between Brussels and Apple over the 13 billion euro tax bill the European Commission has ruled it must pay to the Irish government.
Genoa (Italy) - Italy’s IIT, (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), in Genoa has a new humanoid member of staff. Called the R1, it was created in 16 months by a team of about 20 people including scientists, technicians and engineers led by Professor Giorgio Metta.