Cord cutting is being caused primarily by a 74% increase in customer cable bills since 2000, according to market analysis by Kagan, S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Amazon said Thursday it will raise the price of the annual Prime membership to $119 from $99. This is a developing story.
Japanese engineers have unveiled a robot that transforms into a car that can actually carry people on board, in what they said was the first such accomplishment in the history of robots. The 3.
A California bill that would impose the nation’s strictest net neutrality law has been approved by another state Senate committee, bringing it closer to passage.
On Wednesday, Ford dropped a bombshell during its Q1 earnings call: it’s going to stop selling almost all its cars in the US. The Mustang will remain on sale, as will the Focus Active, a model that won’t debut until next year. But kiss goodbye to the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, Taurus, and C-MAX.
The California-based software company Quest is suing Nike for copyright infringement. Nike stands accused of using pirated software keys which are generally only available through unauthorized sites.
A new biotech company co-founded by CRISPR pioneer Jennifer Doudna is developing a device that uses CRISPR to detect all kids of diseases like malaria, tuberculosis, and Zika. The tech is still just in prototype phase, but research in the field is showing promising results.
Facebook did not read the terms and services of the app that improperly shared user data with Cambridge Analytica, the company’s chief technology officer said Thursday.