Intel is showing where its priorities are, slashing employee pay in an effort to maintain its quarterly dividend.
General Motors is investing $650 million in Lithium Americas to help develop the Thacker Pass lithium mine in Nevada.
PayPal has announced it is laying off roughly 2,000 employees, representing approximately 7% of its staff.
Peacock has ended its free tier for new subscribers, only offering them a choice of paid plans.
Google is making it much easier for ChromeOS users to access their Microsoft data, adding Microsoft 365 and OneDrive integration.
Yahoo is teasing a return to the search engine market years after abandoning it to Google and Microsoft.
Tesla is being investigated by the Department of Justice over the company’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) and Autopilot claims.
The Biden administration has tightened the noose around Huawei’s phone business, restricting access to older technology.
Google is currently rolling out its updated Gmail interface, bringing together various elements in one view.
General Motors has finally begun production of the Hummer SUV, over a year after production of the Hummer pickup began.
Fairphone 4 owners are finally getting a major update, with Android 12 coming to the device on February 1.
Microsoft Windows users are experiencing major problems updating their systems, with updates failing without explanation.
Despite being the first E3 in four years, E3 2023 may be missing the biggest console makers: Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony.
The latest Pixel Buds A-Series firmware has an unexpected side effect, breaking multi-device pairing.
T-Mobile’s latest data breach may have cast a wider net than previous ones, with Google Fi customers among those impacted.
In a “what were they thinking?” moment, Fox is facing fines for using Emergency Alert Tones (EAS) to promote NFL Sunday.
Baidu is preparing to unveil an AI-powered, ChatGPT-like search engine based on the company’s Ernie tech.