Apple's Sticky Keyboard Triggers Offer For Free Repairs
Apple sought to head off customer complaints about defective keyboards on its latest MacBook models, saying it will offer free repairs for...
Police: Operator in Self-Driving Uber Crash Was Streaming 'The Voice'
The test operator of a self-driving Uber car that hit and killed a pedestrian in Arizona last March was streaming the TV show “The Voice” on her...
The Lesson from Intel: Times Are Changing, Even at the Top
Greater transparency and increased scrutiny have translated into higher turnover in the executive suite.
Intel CEO Challenge: Pick From Thin Bench, or Look Outside
Brian Krzanich’s resignation this week leaves Intel’s board with a tough choice: Name the next CEO from a small pool of internal candidates, or go...
Police Need Warrant for Phone Location Data, Supreme Court Rules
The Supreme Court ruled that authorities need a search warrant before obtaining broad access to data that shows the location of cellphone...
Uber Goes to Court to Fight for Its Future in London
Uber has spent much of the past year repenting for a string of scandals. Now the company must prove it has changed—or risk being locked out of one...
Japan's Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Suspends New Business
BitFlyer said it would halt taking new business after regulators said it wasn’t doing enough to stop money laundering and terrorist financing.
The Company Beating Amazon in Grocery Delivery
Amazon and Walmart have invested billions in e-commerce. Yet with one deal, Kroger took the lead in grocery delivery. Expect the two retail giants...
Two Titans' Rocky Relationship Stands Between Comcast and Fox
Tensions between Comcast CEO Brian Roberts and 21st Century Fox Executive Chairman Rupert Murdoch are complicating Comcast’s pursuit of the biggest...
Sales-Tax Ruling Poised to Hit Small Businesses Hard
The businesses most hurt from the U.S. Supreme Court’s internet tax ruling will likely be the millions of small-business owners who sell on...
A Burger Joint Where Robots Make Your Food
Creator, a San Francisco restaurant set to open this month, will offer a $6 gourmet burger, cooked and assembled with no human help
Amazon's Face-Scanning Surveillance Software Contrasts With Its Privacy Stance
Facial-recognition technology enables governments and private enterprise to track citizens anywhere there is a camera, even if they’re not carrying...