WhatsApp users can breathe a sigh of relief, at least for now, with the latest report indicating WhatsApp is not bringing ads to the platform.
Qualcomm has warned of weaker profits as a result of major headwinds in the broader smartphone industry.
The Musk/Twitter drama has taken another turn on news the deal may be subject to a national security review.
General Motors’ Cruise has hit a speed bump, forced to recall its robotaxis just a day after getting authorization to operate them in California.
Tesla’s Full-Self-Driving (FSD) software has yet to fully live up to its name, but the company is still raising the price 25% to $15,000.
No company likes to admit its competitor has a leg up, but Microsoft did just that in an effort to avoid antitrust issues.
Walmart is looking to challenge Amazon using a tool the latter already relies on: artificial intelligence (AI).
DocuSign CEO Dan Springer is out as the company’s stock has tanked while the company struggles to return to its pandemic-fueled highs.
Intel has filed paperwork to spin off Mobileye, its autonomous driving unit, roughly five years after it acquired it.
Volkswagen is preparing to defend its home turf, ramping up electric vehicle (EV) production to take on Tesla in Germany.
Ford CEO Jim Farley has told a group of investors the company has no plans to spin off its EV division.
Tesla fans looking for a brand-new model in 2022 are in for a disappointment, with Elon Musk indicating there are no such plans.
Google has joined the $2 trillion club, becoming only the third US company to cross the threshold, thanks to a surge in its stock price.
Microsoft’s run of good quarters appears poised to continue, with a “Picasso-like masterpiece quarter.”
The White House is discussing the ongoing semiconductor crisis with companies as the auto industry is poised to lose $210 billion in revenue.
Coinbase is calling out the SEC for what it believes is “sketchy” behavior, but TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is not a fan of its strategy.
United Wholesale Mortgage has announced it will accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency by year’s end.